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M1K 



AMERICAN 



Kennel Register. 



A MONTHLY RECORD. 



VOLUME III. 

January — December, 1885. 



NEW YORK: 

FOREST AND STREAM PUBLISHING CO. 

1885. 



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2-./3485 

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INDEX TO VOLUME III. 

January— December, 1886. 



Pedigree Register. 

BASSETS. 

No. Page 

Bertrand 8765 168 

Dbme 1868 18 

FleurdeLis 8887 82 

Jacques 8909 178 

BEAGLES. 

Bannermanll 8689 180 

Belle (see p. 78) 1908 8 

Belle H 1989 18 

Betty 8910 178 

Bonny Bell 1909 9 

Bugler 1910 9 

Cess 4911 8 

Chase 8680 114 

Cliff Battler 8911 178 

Constance 8918 178 

Count of Monte Cristo. .8918 178 

Dak.. 8914 178 

Discord (see cor Index) .8915 178 

Drummer. 1918 8 

Flasher 8818 86 

Flute D 8888 88 

Flute L. (see p. 78) 8901 60 

FrateM. 1990 18 

Flym 8916 179 

Goodwood Belle 8814 66 

Gypsy Queen 9461 96 

Harmony 1991 18 

Harper 1998 18 

Humming Bird 1998 18 

Krueger's Myrtle 8917 179 

Leader. 8796 108 

little Beauty 8590 180 

Little Duke (seep. 48)... 1994 18 

little Duke, Jr 8889 88 

Magnet 8918 179 

MarchboyH 8919 179 

Maud 8114 84 

Meander 8990 179 

Messenger 8591 180 

MtechW 8598 180 

Myrtle B 8981 179 

Oscar 8458 98 

Ota 8988 179 

Pet 8581 114 

Prtde 1995 18 

Battler m 8798 168 

Rattler IV 8799 168 

Bern .2115 84 

Blngwood ..8808 50 

BolBck 8815 66 

Boss 8116 84 

Bounce 1906 18 

Boyster 8816 66 

Ruby 8588 114 

SUver 8588 114 

Skip 1997 18 

8now Flake 8800 168 

Star .2524 114 

Thane 8988 179 

Tony Welter 8705 146 

Trailer (see p. 114) 9558 114 

TViHe 8586 114 

Twinkle. 8890 88 

Veta 8817 66 

Victress 8801 168 

Vixen 8587 114 

fcany 8818 66 

BULLDOGS. 

BeUisrima 8596 130 

Brttomartfc 9664 180 

Ctenoid. 8808 168 

IiffleLangtry 9458 98 

Batti 8588 114 

Princess Ida 8454 98 



Buuj>oae— Coimmjmn. 

No. Page 

Princess Maud 8994 179 

Bamona 9596 180 

Bhodora 9596 180 

Robinson Crusoe 8697 180 

Tostig 8995 179 

CHESAPEAKE BAT DOGS. 

Dan 1966 18 

Drake 8808 168 

Fannie 8804 163 

Fred 8805 168 

Gipsey. 8806 168 

Rubyin 1918 8 

Rum 8807 188 

Sparks 8117 84 

COLLIES. 

AlUe 8819 66 

Ararais 8986 179 

BeautyTn 8806 50 

Beauty IV. (see cor. In- 
dex) .9598 ISO 

Ben Nevis 8891 88 

Bessie 9465 96 

Bessie B 1914 8 

Beesie Startle 8904 50 

Bobbie 2905 50 

Bobbie II 8706 146 

Bonnie Elsie 8707 146 

Bounce 8456 96 

Braw an* Bonnie 9808 168 

Bruce H 8898 88 

Chula 8987 179 

Circler 9988 1T9 

Clipper 8589 114 

Chpeetta 8898 88 

Cloud's Beauty II . . ..8806 50 

Cloud's Darling 8807 50 

Colin of Inverary (see p. 

1081 .......8694 88 

Couthie 8708 146 

Craft 8989 179 

Daisy Queen 9118 84 

Davie 1915 8 

Dell 8509 180 

Den 8580 114 

Doctor 8980 179 

Dot 8709 146 

Douglas 8800 168 

Dunmore 8881 66 

Dunrobin 8981 179 

Eteg 1999 18 

Eily 8119 84 

Faithful Nell 8710 146 

Fannie 3888 66 

Fanny Wildfire *600 180 

F»ash 8988 179 

Flora 8000 18 

Floral! 8581 114 

Floss 9457 98 

Flossie of Ayr 8988 179 

Flurry 8395 88 

Flyaway II 8458 98 

Foxey 8711 147 

FrankH 8984 179 

FrouFrou 8*10 168 

Fluff 2208 50 

Gaffa n. (see p. 119). . . .8888 66 

Gaffalll 8986 179 

Gem 8811 168 

Gessler 2180 85 

Gilford ,8986 179 

Gladys 8001 18 

Glencoe 8987 179 

Glengarry. 8818 168 

Governor 8988 180 

Grover 8181 85 

HautBoy 8588 114 



Hasel 8969 

feather. 8946 

Heather II SHI 

Heather Bell JB718 

Heather Belle.. . 8949 

Help. 8188 

Hero of Kennett 8800 

Highland Chief 8818 

Hfehland Gfri(seep. 109) 8814 

Highland Mary IT 9601 

Ida Nettles... . J9B8< 

Jeanne 1917 

Jeanm .8584 

Jersey Beauty 1948 

JeTseylilylt. 8944 

Joe Nettles 8945 

Jumper 6718 

Kate 8884 

Kate Wildfire 8608 

Kelpie HI 8946 

Kilmarnock Belle 1 918 

KUmarnoek Flirt 1919 

King Clyde.... 9002 

King Macbeth 8685 

Kitty May 8686 

Kolry .9008 

Laddie II 8004 

Laddie ITI 8816 

Laddie IV. (see cor. In- 
dex) 8816 

Lady Elks 8947 

Lady Oare 8817 

LadyLUias 8608 

Lady Lola 8714 

Lady M«c j^ 

LadySoot 8604 

Lassey 1980 

Lasste-x ^71« 

Las«ie HI 8810 

Lassie IV 8885 

Lassie of Wyekoff .. ..8948 

Lintte 8459 

Locksley 3949 

Logan 8006 

Lord Wallace 8605 

LornaDoone 9317 

Los 8618 

Lothian Maid 8188 

Lue. 8950 

Lufra MOO 

Luna J006 

Mabel... V.'SS 

Macbeth. 8718 

Mac Flossie ,9968 

Mars 8896 

Merlin 8461 

Merry Madge 8719 

Midlothian Lassie 2134 

Minnie Garfield 8990 

Modesty 8958 

Mollie Noble 8981 

Nannie O 8954 

Nancy 8195 

Nancv Lee 8988 

Nell G Wynne 8006 

Nellie II 9007 

Nellie I), {see p, 87) 1998 

Nellie CUfton.V... ...8788 

Nellie Grey 2724 

Nellie Prkfe 88f9 

Nigger 8fifi5 

OHnthus. S786 

Olivia 8796 

Oscar. 8126 

Prince Sandy 8608 

Princeton 8886' 

ITinoe Victor .. .9468 



166 
186 

147 



166 

166 
186 
114 
8 
114 
186 
180 
180 
147 

66 

186 

186 

8 

8 

16 
114 
116 

16 

168 

166 
166 
166 
161 
147 
147 
181 
6 
147 

50 

66 
180 

96 
186 

16 
181 
147 
168 

85 
166 

66 

m 

186 
147 
166 

88 

66 
M7 

86 
147 
180 
147 
166 

86 
147 

16 
161 
* 
147 
147 
168 
166 
14* 
147 

,8 

66 

98 



COLLMS -OONTIXUBD. 

No. Page 

Puritan 2727 147 

Queena 2956 180 

Queen Beauty 8809 181 

Queen Victoria 2610 181 

Be (see p. 87) 2827 66 

Reata..:. 2211 60 

RexRobRoy 2587 115 

Jtival .. 2320 168 

Robin 2007 19 

Robin Hood 2588 115 

Rob Roy HI. (see cor. 

Index). 8611 181 

BobRoylV 2821 168 

Rob Roy McGregor 2008 19 

Roderick Dhu 2728 147 

Roderick DhuII 2957 180 

Rosalind 2958 180 

Rose Terry 29M) 180 

Rover of Ayr 2960 180 

Royboy 2961 180 

Ruth 2127 85 

Rutlandll 2898 82 

Sable 2729 147 

Scot (see p. 189) 2828 67 

Scot II. (see p. 119) 2468 98 

Scottie 2212 50 

Scotch Mollie 2494 98 

Shep 2964 180 

SnipKit 2589 115 

Spunk 2822 168 

Steenie 1928 8 

Stella 2128 85 

Strephon 2730 147 

Sweet Nannie 2731 147 

Tamerlane 2908 181 

Thistle 2824 168 

Tibbie 2826 168 

Topsy R 2540 115 

Tweed 2782 147 

Val 2541 115 

Vetebsk 2826 168 

Victor 2827 168 

Wallace II 2899 82 

Wanda. 1924 8 

Zio 2788 147 

Zoe.. .:' 2009 19 

DACHSHUNDE. 

Brunette 2218 50 

DEERHOUND8. 

Bran... 2612 131 

Heather 2010 19 

Mercia 2011 19 

Shelloch 2214 50 

FOXHOUNDS. 

Bluster 2542 115 

Dalliance 2400 82 

Dalliance II 2964 181 

DixeyJim 2215 50 

Dolly. 2481 82 

Fleetfoot g>65 181 

Glendale Be*u(y 2068 181 

Glendale Chief 2967 181 

Liehtfoot *2968 181 

Spinaway 2969 181 

Stormer .2402 82 

Stormerll 2970 181 

GREAT DANES. 

C»sar. ... ,2618 131 

Count 2971 181 

FloraH SOT* ™ 

jerry.. 2978 181 

Tom 7 : 2974 181 

Wallace. 2880 67 

GREYHOUNDS. 

Friday ttight , , .2012 19 

Major.*.. 2129 85 

Monday Night 1925 8 

ITATJAN GREYHOUNDS. 

FloraD «J0 85 

MaudS 8485 98 

Zelpha:(see p. 119) . . : . . .2829 67 



INDEX. 

MASTIFFS. 

No 

Ashmont Baroness 2828 II 

Asbmont Caesar 2975 181 

APbmont Dread 2548 115 

Ashmont Lady 2614 181 

Ashmont Nero 2615 181 

Ashmont Nun 2616 181 

Ashmont Princess 2617 181 

Ashmont Queen 2618 181 

Ashmont Tiger 2619 181 

Ashmont Venus 2620 181 

Ashmont Vera 2829 168 

Ashmont Victor 2880 168 

BalGal* 2821 181 

Reauiah 2976 181 

Beauty 2216 50 

Beauty II. (see cor. In- 
dex 2466 99 

Bess 2217 50 

B -88 (see cor. Index) .... 2977 181 

BossH 2218 50 

Braun 1926 8 

BrendaH 2219 51 

Bruna 2622 181 

Chinalette (see p. 171) . . .2628 182 

Court 2784 148 

Countess 2220 51 

Count Robert (see p. 42).2013 19 

Danger 2181 85 

David 2182 86 

Dion 2785 148 

Dolly Varden IL 2467 99 

Druidess 2221 51 

Dude... 1927 8 

Duke 2978 181 

Flora 2979 381 

Honto 2780 148 

Hubert ..2014 19 

Ilford Caution 2980 181 

Ilford Cromwell 2624 182 

Ilford Cromwell H 2625 182 

Isabella 2015 19 

Juno H. (see p. 170) 2626 182 

LadyZ*ra 2637 182 

Lillie 2981 181 

Lottie 2831 168 

Lord Clarendon 2982 181 

Lorna Doone 26*18 132 

May Flower 27*7 148 

Miss HHdebert 2629 182 

Nellie 192S 8 

Othello 1929 8 

Rab 2016 19 

Raehel 2788 148 

Regina 2630 182 

Remus 2739 148 

Sir Philip Sidney 2017 19 

Tiger 2468 99 

Tomora... 2988 181 

Turk II. (see p. 75) 2222 51 

Turkess 1980 8 

Vega 2018 19 

Venus IH 2228 51 

Victor (See p. 170) 2681 182 

Vixen., 2019 19 

Wade 2224 51 

W. E. Gladstone 2020 19 

Winning Card 2832 168 

ZuluIL. 2403 83 

MEXICAN HAIRLESS DOGS. 

Mede .; 2469 99 

Me-Too (see p. 1 19) 2404 88 

NEWFOUNDLANDS. 

Buckle 2405 83 

Othello U 2188 35 

Rex...; ...2984 181 

Sam 2985 181 

POINTERS. 

Bang.. 2544 115 

Bang Up 2888 168 

Beaufort Maid 2740 148 

Beauty...... 2884 164 

Bella./. ...2881 67 

Belle of Leesburg £885 164 



Pointkbs — CoirrnruKD. 
No. 

Belva 2882 

Ben Butler 8886 

Bess II 2226 

Bessm 2986 

Bill 8406 

Boas 2021 

Bonnie Doon 2226 

Brook 1981 

Bruce Ranger. 2227 

Brush 2407 

Count Croxteth 2388 

Countess Bang 2185 

Countess Frits 2470 

Count Knick 2184 

Craft Jr 20** 

Cresco 2837 

Cute 2682 

Daisy Belle 2638 

Daisy Bird 2186 

Dash 2888 

Doc 2408 

Don 2471 

Donald II 2545 

Drake Ranger 2384 

Dude 2889 

Duke Gasceon 2937 

Duke Royal 2472 

Dux 2840 

Fannie H.. 1982 

Fantine 2228 

Flint 2023 

Flip 2024 

FlirtH 2229 

Floss 2280 

Flotsam 2841 

Fritz Jr 2409 

GalaDay 2684 

Gem Beaufort 2741 

General Grant 2685 

Genesta 2742 

Glick 2231 

Grace H 2410 

Graphic 2411 

Guy 2474 

Ino (see p. 170) 2775 

Jachin 2023 

Jack 2478 

Jane 2232 

Jeanette 2475 

Jess 2233 

Jess II. (see cor. Index) .2412 

Jetsam 2842 

Jill 1983 

John Saunders 2988 

Juno 2026 

Kate IV ...2546 

Katert. :..2835 

King Dan 2989 

King Nero 2743 

LadyF 2744 

LadySqulres 2137 

Leda 2686 

Lill £418 

Lilly Beaufort 2990 

Lizzie Grace 2476 

Lock's Boy 2991 

Lo Faust 2386 

Lofty ., 2848 

Lou II 2844 

Lure 2992 

Lydell 2U4 

Madgen 2745 

Maggie 2845 

MamieG 2138 

Marco.; 2477 

Mark 2846 

Miss Belle 2234 

Miss Nellie Y 2993 

Nell of Efford (see p 119)2415 

Nell Ranger 2027 

Nine of Diamonds ...... 2847 

Nixon. 2994 

OldPebo.... 2028 

Ouida.. 2843 



164 
51 
182 



19 

51 

8 

51 

88 

67 

85 

99 

85 

19 

164 

182 

182 

35 

164 

88 

99 

115 

67 

164 

182 

99 

164 

8 

51 

19 

19 

51 

51 

164 

83 

132 

148 

182 

148 

51 

88 

88 

99 

149 

20 

99 

51 

99 

51 

83 

164 

8 

182 

20 

115 

67 

182 

148 

148 

85 

182 

83 

182 

99 

182 

67 

164 

164 

182 

83 

148 

164 

85 

99 

164 

61 

182 

88 

20 

164 

182 

20 

164 



INDEX. 



Pointers— Continued. 

No Page 

Peg of Limavady 2397 67 

Pilot. .. . 25*7 115 

Polly Varden 2746 148 

PrinceCliff 2478 99 

Prince Hamlet 1984 8 

Princess 2285 51 

PrincessII 2286 51 

Puritan 2747 148 

Remus ■> 2237 5t 

RltaCroxtethll 2548 115 

Rival 2029 20 

Robin Adair :..2080 20 

Rob Roy... 2849 164 

Rockton 2cJ87 182 

Romulus 2288 51 

Royal Beaufort 2081 20 

RubyWhaite 2032 20 

Rugby 2289 51 

Rush IV 2995 182 

Saunders 2088 *0 

Say 2850 164 

Sport 2838 67 

Sport n. (*ee p. 119) . . .247 » 99 

Sprightly 2189 85 

Steve 2638 182 

Strathmore 2689 18* 

Sweet Brier 2748 148 

Sylph 2140 85 

Tempo ...2240 51 

Tennis 2996 182 

Tenor 2241 51 

Tom II. (see p. 72) .2242 P2 

Tony Sensation 2141 &> 

Trump 2749 148 

UnoII.... 2549 115 

Vanguard 2750 148 

Village Belle 2339 67 

Vixen 2248 52 

Wat 2244 52 

William Tell 2640 182 

PUGS. 

Almah 2084 20 

Bess 1P85 8 

Bradford Ruby 299? 18J 

Comedy. Jr 2840 67 

Cupid 2245 52 

DaisyllL 214i 85 

DaisylV 2851 164 

Dandy 1986 8 

Don Juan 23*1 67 

Dot 2246 5* 

Duchess 2751 118 

Duke 2247 52 

Fairy 2248 52 

Fanctoo ....2852 164 

Flirt 2249 f2 

Flossie C. :....: 2641 182 

Flossy 225) 52 

Frolic 2085 «» 

FrouFrou 225« 52 

Fuss 2M8 164 

Gold Coin 2148 36 

Jewel.. 2999 182 

Lady Bess 2642 142 

Leo 2648 182 

Lorna 20*6 20 

Maxim 2854 104 

May 2144 86 

Mikado 800 182 

MissRuby 8001 j82 

Mo :.285«S 164 

Napoleon 2087 20 

Niobe 28-6 164 

Peek-a-boo 2088 20 

Pendennis 8002 182 

Pinkey...... .2145 86 

PussB 2857 164 

Queen 2842 67 

Roxey 8008 182 

RubyF.... 8004 282 

Schneider 2080 20 

Sir Roger ..8005 182 

Star 2858 164 

Teaser 1987 8 



Pugs— Continued 

No. Page 

Timothy G 2146 86 

Tiny.... 8006 188 

Toby Tyler 2040 20 

Toodles. 2147 86 

Tra-la-la 2041 20 

Treasure II 214S 86 

Tuck II 2752 14M 

Vera 2042 20 

Victor 2252 52 

Victorian 1938 8 

Vixen 1989 8 

Z*die 2758 148 

Zoe 3007 182 

8T. BERNARDS. 
Rough Coated. 

Abbot 2149 86 

Alpine Maid (see p. 42).. 1940 8 

Barry 2150 86 

BerniceV 8008 188 

Bianca 2258 62 

Bonaventure 2869 165 

Bonny 2048 20 

Brunswick 2860 165 

Carlon 2254 62 

Clarence ...2255 52 

Contessa 2754 14to 

Dagmar 8009 183 

Dame Blanche 8010 188 

Dido II 8011 188 

Don 8012 188 

Don Hugo 8018 188 

Don Quixote 2550 115 

Duchess 2861 165 

Duke of Lancaster 2862 165 

Elsie 2551 115 

Elwood 8014 188 

FleurdeLis 8016 188 

Floral! 8016 183 

Franceses 8017 183 

GypMe 2<»44 20 

Heidel 2046 :0 

Hermit, Jr 2848 67 

Hermita 8018 188 

Hero 8019 188 

Humboldt 8320 188 

Ilse 2755 149 

Jeanne d'Arc 8021 168 

Kaiser 2256 62 

Kleine 2644 188 

Konigln 2645 188 

LaDuchesse 8022 188 

Lady Hanley ...2868 165 

Lance 2864 165 

Leonada 8023 )»8 

Leonardo Bernard .... 3024 181 

Lillian RuHsell 8025 188 

Linda 2662 115 

Loval 8026 188 

Miranda 8027 1S8 

Nela 2558 115 

Nellie ...8028 188 

OttoII 2480 99 

PawPaw 2554 115 

Peter the Hermit 2565 115 

Pius 2646 188 

Princell 2865 165 

Rea 2556 116 

Regin* 2257 52 

Hover 2344 67 

Roranna 2866 165 

St. Maurice. 8029 183 

Sultan 2867 165 

Swiss Rhona 8080 183 

Thor 8031 184 

Warrior. 2657 116 

Wellwood 8082 184 

Smooth-Coated. 

Bellinell 3088 184 

Cardinal 3034 184 

«d 2151 86 

Donald 2152 86 

Kalraia (see p. 189) 2481 99 

King 8085 184 



Smooth-Coated -Coi 

No. 

Laone . 8416 

Lint* 2647 

Madge 808(1 

Majesty 8087 

Noble 2158 

Queen 8088 

Sinbad 2154 

Voxer 8089 

Wanda 1941 

SETTERS. 
English Setters. 

American Gaily 2648 

Amos 22*8 

Baldina 2165 

Banjo 2649 

Beatrix 2660 

Beauty of Wilmington. .2417 

Bee's Wing .2156 

Belle of Bryn Mawr. .... 2651 

Belle of Jersey 1942 

Bismarck, Jr 248* 

Blue Belle 2845 

Blue Maid 1948 

Bob 2259 

Bob Elgin 2157 

BobH 2046 

Bob Toombs 2488 

Buckeye II 2558 

Budd 2260 

Canadian Beauty 2168 

Cap 1944 

Captain Craig 2261 

Captain G 2262 

Cafh 1945 

Cassino Gladstone 2047 

Charlie B .2484 

Check 1946 

Chief Joseph 2264 

Clio 1947 

Comedy 2659 

Condurango 2268 

Cora Belle 2048 

Count On-him 25t>l 

Count Ranger .2846 

Count Rockingham 2485 

Count Rush 2\6> 

Countess B 2486 

Countess Flirt 8040 

Countess Mattie 2652 

Countess Mollie (see p. 

1C8) 1948 

Countess Victoria .... 658 

Countess Wind'em 2 6» 

Countess Zoo 2169 

Cyrus 1949 

Daisy McGregor 8041 

Daisy Queen 2266 

Dame Buck 2847 

Dame Petrel 2418 

Dande Lion 2267 

Dan Gladstone .2654 

Dash 2160 

Dash ID., Jr 2161 

Dashing Fairy 2756 

Dashing Flora 8042 

Dashing Jennie Dale... 2868 
Dashing Monarch (see 

p. 108) 2848 

Dashwood 2049 

Deacon Berwyn 1950 

Diana IH 2050 

Dick Laverack 2061 

Don IH 2855 

Donald 1962 

Donald 1L (see cor. In- 
dex) .2489 

DonFred 2058 

Don Leicester 2487 

DonMcLeod 2488 

DonT 2268 

Draco 2269 

Dr. Berwyn 1951 

Druid's Boy 2270 

Duken 2869 



Page 

88 
188 
184 
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86 

184 
8 



188 

50 

80 
188 
188 

83 

36 

188 

4 

99 

67. 
4 

52 

86 

21 

99 
118 

52 

86 
4 

52 

52 
4 

21 

99 
4 

52 

4 

116 

52 

21 
116 

67 

99 

52 

99 
184 
188 

4 
188 
116 

86 

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184 

52 

67 

88 

62 
188 

86 

86 
149 
164 
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INDEX 



EMM.ISH 8STTJ«S— COHTXXUSD. 

No. Page 

Duke Roderick SMS lie 

Ed 8757 149 

EtMahdi 2848 68 

SftH 2636 183 

Fanny Parnell 2870 165 

FsnnleV 2271 68 

Faustina 2758 149 

Fern 2368 116 

Fleet (see p. 79) 2162 85 

Floy 2058 21 

Folderol 8048 184 

Foreman II 2872 58 

Forest Ida *0*4 21 

Fredreeka 2564 116 

Fred Snow .2278 58 

Gailr 2274 68 

Gladstone's Lad (see p. 

42> 20% 91 

Glen 1958 4 

Glen Ada .2419 84 

Glen Lass 2850 68 

Glen Nettie 8044 184 

Glen Roy 8045 184 

Glynn 2871 165 

Governor 2275 53 

Grace (see p. 42) 2056 21 

Gus 2759 149 

Hamlet 2851 68 

Haael 2057 2- 

HickC 2657 188 

Highland Dick (see p.49) 9058 21 

Hotspur 28« 68 

Ine* 2276 58 

Ino 2168 87 

Iron Duke 9058 183 

Jennie B 2760 149 

Jim 2490 100 

Jule -. 2059 21 

June 2659 188 

KateClaiton 1954 4 

Katie 2565 116 

Katie Berwyn 1955 4 

Katie K. 2491 100 

King of Delaware ...... 2377 58 

KitKillbird 2761 149 

La Belle Creole. 8046 184 

Lady Bessie 2164 87 

Lady Buffo 2492 100 

Lady May 2498 100 

Lady-Princess 2278 58 

Lark 2660 188 

Lavalette 2858 68 

LeaC 2279 58 

Lexington 2281 58 

Utile Eva 2662 18a 

Lotta 2351 68 

Louis 2068 188 

Louise 2566 116 

Loyos 2955 68 

Lynn (see p. 108) 2420 84 

Mabel Gladstone 2421 84 

MackA 2.569 116 

Madge 1956 4 

Maida. 2281 58 

MaudS 2664 188 

Mavis 2567 116 

May 2665 18« 

Mephistophdes (see p. 

170) 2568 116 

Merry Belle 2666 188 

Millie Q 804? 184 

Minnie Belle 2060 21 

Mirth Elgin 2494 100 

Mis* Lotta Crabtree .... 2382 53 

Miss Monarch. 27JH 149 

Monawk Chief 2356 68 

Monarch 8 23 >7 68 

Moss Rose ...2288 58 

Nancy Dawson 2422 84 

Nancy Bake 2768 149 

Ned Gladstone 9667 184 

Nellie Laverack 2764 149 

Nellie True 2424 84 

Nell Gwynne 2423 84 



English Sbttxrs— Continusd. 

No. Page 

Nicholas 1*57 4 

Noble Gladstone 2668 184 

Noble Petrel 2765 149 

Nux 2669 184 

Old Gold 2165 87 

Oxford 261 21 

*»andora 2425 84 

Paragon 2166 87 

Paris IV 2858 68 

Parson Baines 2284 53 

Pauline Gladstone 2M72 1 65 

Pearl Gladstone 2670 184 

Pearl Laverack 2763 149 

Peerless II 2859 68 

Peg 2062 21 

Peodragon 2360 63 

Penobscot. 2570 116 

Pet Allen (see p. 139/ . . .2571 116 

Petrein 2068 21 

Pilgrim 8048 184 

Ptantaganet, Jr 2767 149 

Priam 8049 184 

Pride of the West (see 

cor. Index) 8050 184 

Prince Laverack 2768 149 

Prince Napoleon 2671 184 

rrioceRccklngham 2495 100 

Princess Gladstone 26*2 184 

Princess Rose 2769 149 

Princess Wanda 2285 58 

Proctor 2678 184 

Qaeena 8051 184 

Queen Alice 2286 68 

Queen Rake 2572 116 

QueenVashti 2287 58 

Rebel Bruce 2288 58 

Rebelle 2084 21 

Rex Gladstone 2167 87 

Rock Gladstone 2496 100 

Rockingham II 2497 100 

Rollo 8052 185 

RosaLee 2168 37 

Rosalind 2498 100 

RosaMorm... 2861 68 

Roscoe 2426 84 

Rosedale 2289 53 

Ross 2169 87 

Roxie 2578 116 

Roxie Gladstone 2574 116 

Royal Ranger 2290 58 

Roy Monarch 8058 185 

SafiorBoy 2674 184 

Sam Gladstone 2675 184 

Scott Gladstone 2170 87 

8ion Gladstone (see p. 

152) 2661 183 

Soudan 2862 68 

Stormy Petrel 2427 84 

Tempest 2171 87 

Thomas K 2065 21 

Topsy 2172 87 

Uncle BiU 2770 149 

Vannette 2863 68 

Victor 2201 54 

Victoria Dale .2178 87 

Victress II 2864 68 

Vida 2676 184 

Vita 2677 184 

Warwick 2499 100 

William 2575 117 

William Shear 2066 22 

Wm. Berwyn 1958 4 

Yale 2067 22 

York 2500 100 

Gordon Settees. 

Argus H 2865 68 

Beauty 2866 68 

Boy 2576 117 

Brewster Boy 2878 165 

Dora Gordon 8054 185 

EmmieC 2874 165 

Forest 2771 149 

Glenn 2867 68 

Guy .9174 87 



Gosdoh St tts s ■ COJ T UUnD . 

Harry Malcolm 8055 lis 

Jack 2428 84 

Lady Moore II 2175 87 

Macbeth 8056 185 

Nell 8057 185 

Norma .2512 101 

PattieB ....2577 117 

TouTou 2578 117 

Irish Sums. 

Addle S JOUt 54 

Ashmont Nora. 2875 165 

Beauty JRT9 149 

Belle 2775 149 

Biddy Berkley 2068 92 

Bizreena JB876 165 

Blanche 2298 54 

Blarney .2501 100 

Bob 1959 4 

BobEmmett 2502 100 

Boycott 8058 185 

Brit 2774 149 

GanoH 2368 69 

CarrieR 287? 165 

Carrots! 2089 92 

Cash 2070 22 

Chip..... 1960 4 

Con.... 1961 4 

Conn.», 2 08 100 

Conn M .2878 160 

Daisy.!.. .. v 2678 \U 

Da*hVI....> 2429 84 

Don..... 2071 22 

Docegal 8059 185 

Dude (see cor. Index).. 2879 166 

Duke of Tioga 8060 185 

Duke B 1962 5 

Echo 2480 84 

EchoII *481 84 

EmelineB 2072 92 

Kan .....^ 2078 22 

Faro 8081 185 

Flirt S 2482 84 

Florie 2679 184 

Flossie Belle 2488 84 

Frank C 2074 22 

Fred 2680 184 

Gaffney 2505 100 

Gail Hamilton 1968 5 

Garry 1964 5 

Garry II. (see cor. In- 
dex) 2579 117 

Glen-Elcho 2075 22 

Glencnora ; 2880 166 

Glenchovic 2294 54 

Glenmarll...- 2881 166 

Glenmore 2484 84 

Glenelcho 2580 117 

Glenolden ..' 2681 184 

GlenOnoko..: 2176 87 

Glenroy 2177 87 

Goldy : 2581 117 

Haines's Chief 8062 185 

Huntington's Fritz 2485 84 

Jim „ .2077 22 

Jerry n 28M2 lb6 

Jerry D. (see p. 42) .2076 22 

Jefeie 2504 100 

Keno , 3068 185 

KildarelL... 2486 84 

King Rover 207b 22 

Lady Belle...: 2776 150 

JLady Bess (see p. 57) . ..fel78 87 

Lady Clare ,; ..8064 185 

LadyBlchoT. 2777 160 

~ ly-EferLee 9079 22 

Ty. '. i 2869 69 

_ rryS * 2506 100 

Leigh Doane II ■'. 2080 2s> 

Lily of KUlarney ..3065, 185 

LktteNell ....2179 87 

Lornapoone 1965 5 

Luraytl , 2180 87 

Luraym 2882 184 

Madge P 2507 100 



IBISH SETTERS— CONTINUED 

Mallow 8086 11 

^aiar 8898 166 

f^fcgMerriHes 2181. 87 

Mike ..........8778 ISO 

fiikeT 2779 160 

inn 8884 166 

pTfes 1986 5 

Sony 2081 82 

Molly Mac 2082 82 

Mona 1967 5 

MonaMoya 2068 22 

Moraa 8870 69 

Sed 8688 184 
eff 2084 22 

Nell II. 2684 

NeUfelH. 8886 

Nona 2487 

i^SonhU 2682 

Ohele 8067 

r Pat 2086 

Peauot Squaw (see p. 

Pharaoh.'.'. *.'.*'. "...8780 

Prlace 1968 

PrineeBaun..., 1969 

Prince "Wo 2296 

Queen Bess. . .' 1970 

Queen L 2781 

BalphH., Jr., 2887 

Sea 9tt2 

Red Dan 2888 

fiexO 1971 

Richmond.. 2608 

Boeoco .2182 

""* " 2188 

Die 8. (see p. 82).... '.2086 
*e.... ....:.. ......2609 

Rosalie 2087 

Rosalie H. (see cor. In- 
dex) * 2810 

RoseB... 2611 

Box...... 2184 

Roy 2788 

Ruby II 2296 

RufusRex .1972 

Saxon 2088 

Scott 2889 

Siada... 8068 

Tara ..: 2*88 

Taylor 2784 

Terrance 2089 

ThaddeuS (see cor. In- 
dex). ..., 8069 

Tramp 2090 

Van...., 2871 

VeraG 1978 

Vic 2297 

VlcH 1974 

Viola 2785 

Wanda 2872 

Winnie H 2488 

SPANIELS. 
Clumber Spaniels. 

Newcastle 2878 69 

fyne 2374 69 

Testa 1976 5 

FIELD AND COOKXB SPANIELS. 

117 
184 

a 



184 
166 

84 
117 
188 

22 

166 

160 

6 

5 

64 

5 

160 

166 

160 

166 

5 

100 

87 

88 

22 

100 

22 

101 
101 

88 
160 

64 
& 

28 
166 
186 
117 
160 



185 
28 
09 
5 
54 
5 
150 
09 
84 



Alice Obo 2584 

Barney 26*<5 

Beppo 2091 

Bianca 1976 5 

Black Crook 2298 54 

Black Jossie 2890 166 

Black Pete 8071 186 

Bob ... 2185 88 

Bonita... 2891 166 

Brahma 2892 166 

Brownie 8072 186 

Gheno 2877 60 

Oollarbox 2786 160 

Colonel 2092 28 

Cribbage 2618 101 

Cfcftobo ...2299 54 



INDEX 

Fold and Cooker— Cont'd. 

No, Page 

Daisy 2489 84 

DaisyW 8078 186 

Dash 2686 184 

Delhi 2186 88 

Dick 8098 88 

DidoW 8074 186 

DinahW 8187 88 

Dolly W 8C75 186 

Donald 2440 85 

DonuilDhn 2898 166 

Doris 2787 160 

Dorothy 8687 184 

Drum 2441 86 

Duden. 1977 5 

Duken 2188 88 

Dun Robin 2788 150 

Ellen Terry 2876 69 

Flyaway Cliff ord 2800 64 

Gipse> 1978 5 

Gipsey II. (see cor. In- 
dex) .2894 166 

gipseyW 8076 186 

listen 8094 88 

Grover 8895 166 

Guess 2789 150 

Hornell Belle m 1979 8 

Ivy 8189 88 

Jack. 8077 186 

Jetni 8688 184 

Josephine 8095 88 

JuboW 8190 88 

Kin* Coal 8565 117 

King Obo 8096 88 

Kobo 8514 101 

Una 9878 69 

Hag*ie Mitchell 8448 85 

Marion... 8689 184 

Maud 2896 166 

Max 1980 5 

May Obo 2690 185 

Miss Obo H 2191 88 

Ned .2615 101 

Nero 8790 160 

NercB ... 8078 186 

Newton Abbot Lady. . . .8691 185 

Nita 8079 186 

Obo lit 1981 6 

Obo IV. (see cor. Index).8080 186 

Obo's Bonanaa 8897 166 

OllieObo 2192 88 

Othello 1968 5 

Pascha. 2879 69 

Pet W 8081 186 

President 2097 28 

Prince 1988 5 

Queen Alice 1984 5 

Queen Obo 8068 186 

Rex... 8068 186 

Rex II 8064 186 

Rita 2616 101 

8hady 8085 186 

SilkH 2586 117 

Silver Gloss. 2898 106 

Snap 2791 150 

8now 2517 101 

Sophronia. 2518 101 

Spice 2098 28 

Starlight 2099 23 

ttteno 2809 166 

Sweep 2900 166 

Trix 1985 5 

Wallkill Chloe 2901 166 

WalmerJet. 2902 166 

Zanlta 1986 6 

Zona 2801 54 

Zozo 2890 09 

Ibisb Water Spaniels. 

Terrie 2792 150 

Tyro. 2878 09 

TERRIER8. 

Black aed Tan Terriers. 

Lady 2692 185 



vii 



Albion .. 
Alexis... 
Alice... 
Alpha... 
Anthony 
Dandy... 
Genesta. 
Jack 



Bull-Terriers. 
Jfo. 

2448 

2444 



86 
86 
86 



Jack II. (see cor. Index), 

Lady Pilot 

Little Nell 

Lord Beresf ord 8087 

Mark-Bared Royal 2100 

Mark-Eyed Victor 8038 

Maximus 2448 

MissDoanJe 2198 

Music 2802 

Nell 2888 

Nellie 2194 

Nimble 2696 

Bags(seep. 189) 2587 

8cariet Princess 2101 

White Princess 2303 

White Rose 2906 

Young BaroneftS 2588 

Young Royal Prince . . . .2102 

Young Venom 2798 

Dandie Dinkont Terriers. 

Binnle 2619 

Bobbie Burns 2967 

Blsa 2908 

Leander 2884 

Venture 2106 

Fox Terriers. 

Clover Belle 2104 

Clover Blossom 2105 

Clover Fidget 2106 

Di 2694 

FoUer ....2449 

Frolic .2695 

Genera] Grant 8089 

Haael 1987 

Jaunty 2696 

Lancelet 2196 

Lyra .2196 

Lysander 2804 

Mixture .2697 

Nannie 2197 

NeUie Grant 8090 

Nettle 2460 

Priscilla 2107 

Raby Tyrant 2608 

Richmond Olive 2699 

Rugby 2108 

Shame 2700 

Warren Lady .2701 

Whist .2805 

Wily 2794 

Irish Terriers. 

Gam 2198 

Gairyoweu 8091 

Judy 2199 

Lady Blarney 2806 

Merry Kid 2807 

Moya 2885 

Ncrfih <w?e p. 158) -2702 

Shaugbraun 2109 

Pete Terriers. 

Little Dorrit 2110 

Mull 2111 

Rum 2112 

8kye 2118 

Watty .2886 

Yorkshire Terriers. 

Benny Bonner 2806 

Brendamour 2309 

Demmy 2810 

Dot 2200 

Fan Herbert 2811 

Gypsey Mouse 8092 

Mistress Mary (see cor. 

Index) 2708 

Nellie Herbert 2612 

Tug 2704 



186 
85 



S 

165 
117 
28 
64 

167 
117 
28 
150 

101 
1*7 
167 



185 
86 

185 

186 
6 

185 
68 
88 
54 

185 
88 

186 
85 
28 

185 

185 
28 

185 

185 
54 

150 



186 
88 
54 
54 

69 
185 
24 

24 
24 
24 
24 
69 

54 
54 
54 
88 
85 
186 

185 

06 

195 



viii 

Breeding Register. 

BASSETS. 
Countess— Nemours 

•BEAGLES. 

Arly— Bannerman 167 

Bessy— Bunny 85 

Blue Maid— Bannerman 69 

Flirt -Bannerman 186 

Katie— Bannerman 69 

Lill— Bannerman 70, 167 

Lill n.— Bannerman 89 

Lilly— Bannerman 167 

Maid-Jehu 65 

Mottle— Bannerman 167 

Music-Trailer 150 

Mystic— Bannerman 167 

Pigeon— Bannerman 186 

8ueen— Bannerman 1 86 
osey— Bannerman 70 

Una— Bannerman 117 

Victress— Bannerman 167 

White Daisey— Bannerman 70 

Zora— Bannerman 167 

BULLDOGS. 

Princess Ida— Guillermo 101 

Lillie Langtry— Guillermo 101 

COLLIES. 

Beauty— Bobbie 167 

Clipsetta - Bounce 101 

Daisy Queen— Bounce 186 

Edge wood Jessie— Rokeby 167 

Eily— Strephen 167 

Fannie— Bob Roy 89 

Flora— Laddie 117 

Floss— Gaffa H 150 

Gypsie— Ben Nevis 117 

Highland Mary— Montrose 167 

Janet -Ben Nevis 117 

Jean II.— Robin Adair 70 

Jeannie— Bounce 150 

Jersey Beauty— Craft 186 

Jersey Lily— Rex 186 

Lady Mac- Ben Nevis 117 

Lilac— Robin Adair 24 

Lothian Maid— Montrose 167 

Midlothian Lassie— King Mac- 
beth 167 

Nellie Pride-Frank H 167 

Prep— Tom 89 

Tibbie-Montrose 167 

Wanda— Pugh's Tom 24 

CHESAPEAKE BAT DOGS. 

Rusk— Rake 55 

DEERHOUNDS. 

Mercia— Mac 24 

The Banshee— Roderick Dhu... 85 
ITALIAN GREYHOUNDS. 

Fanny— Dick 186 

Zelpha— Puck 89 

MASTIFFS. 

Calypso— Hero II 117 

Jessie— Bruce 101,187 

Jewess— DeBuch 117 

Juno II.— Boss 157 

Lilly-Boss 167 

Onyx— Keno 24 

Regie- Surry 24 

POINTERS. 

Bellegarde— Flash 186 

Birdie -Knickerbocker 89 

Dinah II.— Knickerbocker 89 

Erie— Tammany 186 

Flirt-Rush III 70 

Grace— Beaufort 55 

Kitty Wells-Fritz 6 

Lady Isabel— Knickerbocker. . . 70 

Lady Maud— Beaufort 85 

Lydell.— Don 85 

Mistletoe— Bruce H 6, 101 

Polly— Knickerbocker 101 

St Kilda— Beaufort 55 

Tempo— Glick 55 

Vision— Tammany 89 

Zttta— Graphic 151 



INDEX. 

PUGS. Page 

Beauty— Bradford Ruby 167 

Beauty— Napoleon 24 

Bess-Bntdford Ruby 117 

Bd-Peep— Bradford Ruby 85 

Daisy— Bradford Ruby 167 

Daisy n.— Bradford Ruby 117 

Daisy— Young Toby 89 

Dolly— Doctor 89 

Fairy— Treasure 187 

Fannie— Treasure 85 

Flossy— Bradford Ruby 85 

Lady Flossie— Toung Toby. 70, 167 

May— Joe 89 

Musette -Bradford Ruby 118 

Peggy —Treasure 85 

Pin key -Punch 89 

Pudge— Treasure II . 151 

Sweenie^Napoleou 85 
oodles— Joe H < tH ,. t .. 89 

Toodles-Tuek....* 118 

Topny Bradford Kuhy 167 

Top^r— Young Toby 24 

Tantrums— Young Tobv 167 

Tra la- 1 a - Brad ford Ruby 167 

Victory— Treasure 89 

Victory— Young Toby 167 

ST. BERNARDS. 

Abbess— Katerfelto 24 

Abbess II.— Bonivard 89 

Alma— Alp II 89 

Alma— Hermit 186 

Brunhild— Hermit 70 

Daphne II.— Hermit 101 

Dido II.-Hermit 167 

Heidel— Verone 70 

Heidel— Hermit 186 

Irma— Hermit .89, 186 

Lotta— Caesar 55 

Marchioness— Schoonhoven .... 89 

Margery— Rene 118 

Nellie C— Mentor II 89, 55 

Nun— Hermit 24,101 

Sibyl-Caesar 55 

Sheila— Duke of Leeds 85 

Snowball— Verone 55 

Sombre— Hermit 89 

Stella— Hermit 187 

Theon— Caesar 89 

Theon— Hermit 167 

Ursula— Carlo 6 

Wanda— Verone 89, 55 

SETTERS. 

English Setters. 

Blue Belle— Dashing Monarch. 70 

Brier— Royal Blue 39 

Canadian Beauty— Robin Hood 186 

Countess H.— Robin Hood 186 

Countess Wind'em— Rex Glad- 
stone 187 

Countess Zoe— Banjo 186 

Daisy Queen— Druid. Jr 118 

Floss— Tug 6 

Gaily— Royal Ranger 186 

Jule— Chalkiey D 24 

Lady Mav— Rockingham 151 

Leah— Glen Rock 161 

Leah— Robin Hood. 70 

Lou— Harry S 89 

Lucid— Emperor Fred 24 

May Belle— Harry S 6 

May BeUe— Robin Hood 70 

Medina— Lava Rock 24 

Morning Star— Gun 89 

Nell Kelley— Rex Gladstone. . . .186 

Petrel H.— Count Noble 70 

Roberto Laverack— Wayne ... 70 
Trusty Gladstone— Ted Llewel- 
lyn 151 

Victoria Dale— Fleet 89 

Zetta-Bertram 85 

Zoo— Dash in 167 

Gordon Setters. 

Daisy Blossom— Dinks 65 

Ruby— Turk 6 



Irish Setters. _ 

Bisreena— Glenmar n 19 

Doe— Chief 186 

Floss H.— Tipton 70 

Goldy- Tipton 186 

Killarney— Glencho 55 

Lady Bess-Chief 187 

Lady Clare— Blarney 101 

Little Nell-Bruce 186 

MegMerrilies-Jack 101 

Maggie-Neff <. 85 

Mona Mova— Glencho 101 

Noreen II. -Chief 186 

PhroneyJane— Rory O'More, Jr. 6 

Yoube— Chief. 186 

SPANIELS. 
Field and Cooker Spaniels. 

Beauty W.— Obo, Jr 56 

Beg— Young Obo 70 

Befle-Oboll 56 

Black Gem— Obo. Jr 6 

Blactde IlI.-Obo II 89 

Black Pearl-Obo, Jr 89 

Critic— Obo II 6, 86 

Daisy Zulu— Obo H 55 

Darkie-Obo,Jr 39 

Darling— Young Obo 55 

Dinah— Obo H 70 

Dinah W.— Black Pedro 89 

Fancy— Young Obo 85 

Flora— Black Prince 89 

Helen— Obo, Jr 6 

Hornell Ruby— Obo n 89 

Jet W.-Black Pedro 85 

JetW.— Obo,Jr 6 

Juno— Og 89 

LadyBird-OboII 70 

Lina— Young Obo 85 

Marion— Black Prince 101 

Maud 8.— Donizetti 89 

Miss Nance— Obo n 70 

Miss Nance— Obo, Jr 6 

Miss Obo H.— Obo H 86 

Nellie-Obo, Jr 86 

Newton Abbot Lady — Black 

Prince 101 

Queen— Black Prince 101, 187 

buwanee— Black Prince 101 

Rose Obo— Young Obo 70 

Smut— Obo IF 6 

Smut n— Black Pedro 85 

Wallkill Blanche— Hornell Silk. 6 

Wailnill Chloe-Obo II 167 

Yolande— Obo H 86 

Zozo— Beau 167 

SHEEP DOGS. 

Judith— Bob 151 

TERRIERS 

Bull-Terriers. 

Belle- President 94 

Brandy— Rags 186 

Bridget— President 6 

Daisy— Grand Duke 94 

Fan— Rags 1&6 

Sy— Rags 167 
t— President 70 

Kitty— President 89 

Lassie-Grand Duke. 94 

Little Nell— Dutch, Jr 168 

Little Nell— President 89 

Mona— President 70 

Nell-Rags 151 

Nellie— Dutch, Jr. 70 

Nellie— President 89 

Scarlet IL— Grand Duke . . 70 

Scarlet HI.— Young Royal 6 

Trump— President 94 

Victoria— Grand Duke 118 

Victoria— President 6 

Young Venom— Dutch, Jr. 118 

Fox-Terrdbrs. 

Beauty— Briar 109 

Clover Blossom— Spice 94 

Clover Fidget— Baby Nailer.... 94 
Fancy— Flippant 168 



Fox-Terriers— Cont'd. 

Haiel- Mixture 1< 

Jfll— Mixture 66 

Jill-Flippant 186 

Judy— Briar 186 

JudylL-Briar 186 

Nettle— Mixture 84 

Surrey Clove— Flippant 84, 186 

Surrey Clove— Mixture 86 

Surrey Nan— Flippant 168 

Surrey Patch— Flippant 186 

TifTWir Terriers. 

Judy— Garry 151 

Sheila— Qarryowen 187 

Sheila— Slasher 86 

Skye TERRIERS. 

Bella— Dombey 187 

Curley— Jumbo 186 

Produce Register. 

BASSETS. 
Fleur de Lis— Nemours 168 

BEAGLES. 

Bessy- Bunny 118 

Floss— Bannerman 40 

Gipsy— Bannerman 40 

Gypsey Queen— Little Duke... 186 

LOT— Bannerman 187 

Music— Trailer 187 

Pigeon— Bannerman 40 

Queen— Bannerman 186 

Bena— Bannerman 40 

Una— Bannerman 186 

White Daisey— Bannerman 86 

BULLDOGS. 

LilUe Langtry-Guillermo 186 

Patti— Gufllermo 187 

Princess Ida-Guillermo 186 

CHESAPEAKE BAY DOGS. 

Ripple— Rags 102 

Rusk— Foam 6 

COLLIES. 

Ayrshire Flossie— Gaffa II 186 

Beauty IIL— Bobbie 168 

Beauty III.— Ben Nevis 161 

Bessie B.— Bob Boy 168 

Clipsetta— Bounce 187 

Fannie— Bobbie 108 

Flora IL— Bob Roy 187 

Jean n. -Sandy 40 

Jean in.— Bobbie 118 

Kitty Mac— Hex .40, 187 

Lady Clyde— Montrose 40, 168 

Lady Lola-Los 168 

Lassey— Pugh's Tom 24 

Meg Merrilies— Ben Nevis 168 

Nesta— Eclipse (see p. 86) 86 

Picture— Grosvenor 187 

Prep— Rob Roy 187 

Prep— Tom 86 

Spotter— Jack 6 

DEERHOUNDS. 

The Banshee— Roderick Dhu . .118 

ITALIAN GREYHOUNDS. 

Zelpha— Puck 70 

Zelpha— Silk Socks 6 

MASTIFFS. 

Bertha— De Buch 6 

Onyx— Keno 40 

Pride— Agrippa 6 

Regina— Homer. 187 

POINTERS. 

Bird— Fritz 6 

Birdie— Knickerbocker 70 

Faustina— Beaufort 66 

Flirt— Rush m 102 

Flirt H.— Meteor 118 

Gayley-Donald U 161 

Lady Isabel-Knickerbocker. . . 102 

Lady Maud— Beaufort 187 

Lulie— Jim 86 

Mistletoe-Bruce II 24, 187 



INDEX. 

Pointers — Cont'd. 

Nellie Bird-Beaufort 

Jule— Donald n 161 

Kitty Wells— Frita 24 

Tempe— Glick 118 

Vision— Tammany 7a 

Zitta— Graphic 187 

PUGS. 

Beauty-Napoleon 66 

Bess— Bradford Ruby 168 

Bo-Peep— Bradford Ruby 168 

Daisy ft.— Napoleon 24 

Daisy H.— Bradford Ruby 168 

Dolly— Doctor 70 

Flossy— Bradford Ruby 118 

Juno— Doctor 6 

Lady Flossy— Young Toby 102 

Musette— Bradford Ruby 168 

Patience— Young Toby 24 

Peggie— Treasure 118 

Pudge— Treasure H 187 

Tantrums— Young Toby 70 

Toodles-^Joe 102 

Toodlse— Tuck 161 

Victory— Treasure 70 

8T. BERNARDS. 

Abbess— Katerfelto 40 

Alma— Alp II 70 

Alma— Hermit 168 

AlmaH. — Don H 40 

Brenner— Hermit 25 

Brunhild— Hermit 102 

Daphne H.— Hermit 161 

Gertie— Bonivard 40 

Irma— Hermit 70 

Laone— Csar 187 

Margery— Rene 161 

Mona— Canton! 25 

Sheila— Carlo 40 

Sheila— Duke of Leeds 187 

Snowball— Royalist 6 

Sombre— Hermit 102 

Sybil— Caesar 6 

Theon— Caesar 70 

Theon— Hermit 187 

Ursula— Carlo 40 

SETTERS. 
English Setters. 

Belle Boyd— Count Noble 70 

Cad L.— Donael 118 

Floss— Tug 26 

Floy-Cid 118 

Forest Dora— Plan tageoet 187 

Forest Ida—Paris m 26 

Jossie— Harry S 40 

Lavalette— Gladstone 71 

LlddyM.-HarryS 40 

Lilly . Queen— Donzel 118 

Morning Star— Gun 187 

Pearl Blue-Gun 187 

Queen Alice— Count Noble 187 

Trusty Gladstone— Ted Llewel- 
lyn 187 

Vannette— Dashing Monarch... 71 

Gordon Setters. 

Daisy Blossom— Dinks 86 

Irish Setters. 

Dimple— Dude 187 

Kate— Ralph H. (see p. 72). .40, 151 

Killarney II.— Glencho 118 

Lady Bess-Chief 151 

Lady Clare— Blarney 187 

Lf da Belle— Nimrod 56 

Madam Judo— Rutledge 40 

Meggie— Neff 187 

Red Biddy-Giencho 187 

Meg Merrilies— Jack • . .168 

SPANIELS. 
Clumber Spaniels. 

Vesta— John Halifax 71 

Field and Cooker. Spaniels. 

Beauty W.—Obo. Jr 86 

Blackle IIL-Obo H 168 

Clio-OboII .25,118 

Critic— OboH 7 



Fold and Cocxer-0 Yd. 

Daisy Zulu— Obo H 

Flora- Black Prinoe .137 

Marion— Black Prince 187 

Maud S.— Donisette 86 

Miss Nance— Obo n 118 

Nellie- Obo H 7 

Nellie Nell-Black Prince 102 

Newton Abbot Lady— Black 

Prince 187 

Phonsie-Obo, Jr 8* 

Rose Obo— Young Obo 102 

Shina— Young Obo 168 

Snow— Obo 118 

Suwanee— Black Prince 7 

Suwanee— Sport 187 

Wallkill Blanche— Hornell Silk. 40 

Zona— Obo, Jr 151 

TERRIERS. 
Black and Tan Terriers. 

Cruel— Teaser 7 

Lady— Vortlgern 187 

Bull-Terriers. 

Bridget— President 40 

Miss Doonie-The Earl 10* 

Nell-Rags 188 

Ncllie-Dutch.Jr 86 

Scarlet m. -President 25 

Trump— President 71 

Fox-Terriers. 

Jill-Briar 187 

Jfll— Mixture 86 

Nettle— Mixture 40 

Surrey dove— Flippant 168 

Surrey Patch— Flippant 168 

T«wtr Terriers. 

Judy— Garry 168 

Sheila-Slasher 7,818 

Seye Terriers. 

Curley-Fido 86 

Yorkshire Terriers. 
Mistress Mary-Tug 151 

Sale Register. 

BEAGLES. 

Beauty— Dandy Puppy 188 

Benny 108 

Bessy— Bunny Puppy 71,108 

Betty 187 

Billy 86 

Blue Cap 41,188 

Chase..:. 188 

Del 86 

Drive 168 

Driver 56 

Floss— Bannerman Puppies... 187 

George 85 

Gertie 85 

Grand Duke 188t 

Grant 85 

Katie 187 

LillLI 41,5* 

Lill-Blue Cap Puppies 41 

Maud :.....:. 41,168; 

Milo 86i 

Mottle 188 

Pigeon 13* 

Queen— Bannerman Puppies . . .168 

Rattler LLT 168- 

Rosey 188 

Trailer— Roxy Puppies 168- 

Silver .......f. 188 

Spotter 8fc 

Twinkle 86. 

Victor 187 

Ward 86 

Wick 86 

Zora 16ft 

CHESAPEAKE BAY DOGS. 

Rusk 7 

COLLIES. 

Beauty 13S 

Bonnie Bairn 71 

Clipper 118 



INDEX. 



Colum— Ooinr'i). Tboe 

15en 188 

*Uy 41 

Flyaway II 161 

HautBoy 188 

Kate 102 

Kitty May 186 

Lady Clyde— Montrose Puppies 108 

I*dyoftheI*ke 187 

Ulac 26 

Madge Wildfire.... 7 

Max? 41 

Meg Merrflies— Ben Nevis Pup- 

vSSonii!'.'..'!!!! '.'..'. " 777.7.7.! 36 

Nesta— Eclipse Puppy 118 

Prep— Rob Boy Puppy 41 

Prep— Tom Puppy 118 

Bex-Rab 41 

Bex Rob Roy 188 

Snip Kit 188 

Spotter— Jack Puppies 7, 26 

Spotter— Shep Puppy 26 

Strepbon 188 

Topey R 188 

Waverly— King Macbeth Pup 

pies 168 

TaJ 188 

GREYHOUNDS. 

Ijeone 26 

Queen Vic 188 

ITALIAN GREYHOUNDS. 

Dimple 188 

Fred. 26 

Fleet-c 26 

Frolic 188 

gypsey 188 

Howell 66 

Italie .41, 188 

Jester 41 

Joker 188 

Kitty Clyde 7 

Maida 66 

Midget 102 

Natalie 86 

^Nellie 119,169 

Tottie 41,118 

MASTIFFS. 

Ashmont Dread 102 

Ashmont Nero 102 

Ashmont Princess 102 

Bruce 26 

Countess II 188 

Donald 7 

McMahon 188 

Maud 66 

Othello 7 

Warwick 102 

Sara 108 

POINTERS. 

Beauchief 66 

Beaulieu 188 

Beausire 86 

Bessie 169 

Bonnybel 188 

Bruce Ranger 66 

Countess Bang 71 

Daisy Murdock 108 

Drab Ranger 71 

Dude 169 

Dux 169 

Genesta 169 

Grace 188 

Jerry 41 

Jim 7 

Kitty Wells 169 

LiUie 188 

Miss Belle 66 

Mistletoe— Bruce II. Puppy .... 169 

MoonJm 40,108 

Rob Roy 169 

Rugby 71 

§Pri*W 41 

fifrlph 41 

Tom 41 



Pmae 

Tony Sensation 71 

Vanguard 188 

Viola. 86 

Viola-Joker, Jr., Puppy . . .86, 86 
FUGS. 

Bradford Ruby 87 

Cupid 87 

Daisy 161 

Dandy 41 

Dandy 168 

DotT: 87 

Duchess 168 

Duke 68 

Fairy J69 

Flirt. 87 

Frolic 56 

FrouFrou 41 

Fudge 189 

Fuss 189 

Gold Coin 41 

Surim 7.7.7 7.7.7.7.7..7..7.7.':i60 

May *08 

Musette 87 

Mo 169 

:-a-boo 41 

87 
188 

S^gte * 

Teaser 86 

Tempest 188 

Thought 188 

Tithe 188 

Toodles— Tuck Puppies. 188 

Toodles IL 188 

Topaa 169 

Tousle 188 

Treasure 56. 87 

Treasure II 96, 41 

Trial. 169 

Triamond 186 

Trinket 108 

Trix 169 

Trot 188 

Trump 86,188 

Trust 169 

Twilight. 86,71 

Victor 56 

Zadie 168 

Zoe 158 

ST. BERNARDS. 

Alma IL— Don II. Puppies 41 

Anno 98, 71 

Arno 41 

Asphodel 41,188 

Bianca. 56 

Brunswick 169 

Cardinal 169> 

Carlo II 5* 

Clarence 66 

DeEtte 71 

Don Pedro 41 

Elsa— Bruno Puppy .. 26 

Essex 108 

Franz Boafrard 138 

Hermit 71 

Idstein 41 

Ivry 96 



illeai 



JulienI 169 

Kara 66 

Keeper 71 

Klaus 71 

Kleine 26,188 

Klopstock 86, 71 

Knight 26 

Kobold 71 

KOnig 56 

Konigin 138 

Kron. 26 

Lance 169 

Lanaa. 189 

Lars 188 

Launfal 188 

Laurian 188 

Lett 188 



St. BxawABDS— Coitt'd. 

Leigh 

Leonhard 

Iiebe 

Light 



. 188 
..188 
.169 
.188 
.169 
. 26 
.160 
.168 
.. 26 
.188 
.. 66 
.. 87 
.. 26 



Lona 

Lorraine 

Loyal 

Marlborough 

Norah 

Otho 

Regina 

Sheila 

SoTereign 

SETTER8. 
English I 

Blue Belle 26 

Bobolink 26 

Countess Victoria 169 

Crook 188 

Dashwood 26 

DickLaTerack 26 

Emperor Fred 118 

Floss— Tug Puppies 66 

FoMerol 188 

Glen-Ada 96 

GlenElly 26 

Glen-Lass 26 

Glen-Ola 86 

Lady Bright 108 

Leah 118,188 

Lucid 88 

Pandora 87 

Pearl Blue— Gun Puppy . . . .168, 188 

Pearl Gladstone 188 

Rena— Royal Sultan Puppy.... 26 

Rex Gladstone 188 

Rose Dale 87 

Slon Gladstone 188 

Spright 66,188 

ZoraS7777777 777777 66 
Gordon Setters. 

Boy -. 170 

Lady Moore II 188 

Irish Sbotjcr s. 

Ashmont Norah , 188 

Bisorah 108 

Cano 72 

Carrie R 110 

Don 1?0 

Flossie Belle 188 

Glenmore. ., 87, lw 

Jack,Jr 1*0 

Lyda Belle— Nimrod Puppy. . . .108 
Madam Juno— Rutledge Puppy 66 

/Nimrod W8 

K Norah 58, 78 

Pequot Chief 188 

Pequot Wequash 188 

Pequot Uncas 188 

Pequot Sachem T88 

Pequot Sassacu8 188 

Pequot Oneoo 188 

Princess 170 

RalphH,Jr 170 

Red Maud— Glencho Puppy 87 

*Romaine 66 

Rutledge 188 

Shaughraun 41 

Sweetheart 108 

Thaddeus 170 

Vera 170 

SPANIELS. 

Clumber Spaniels. 

Blondy 7 

FlKLD AND COOKKB SPANISLS. 

Barney 186 

Black Crook 67 

Captain n 26 

Cheno 78 

Cfaloe n.— Obo, Jr., Puppy 7 

CMo 7 

Clio— Obo II. Puppy 87 



INDEX. 



Field & Cocker Spaniels— OVd. 
Page 

Critic— Obo II. Puppy 87 

Daisy Zulu— Obo IT. Puppy .... 7 

Dora 119 

Dorothy 188 

JimoW 78 

Kobo 7* 

Lady Bub 188 

Lady Bud— Benedict's Boy Lit- 
ter 96 

Marlon— Black Prince Puppies. 170 

Miss Obo II 7 

Og 11» 

Othello 170 

Pascha 72 

Smuv-Obon Puppy 72 

Ruwanee— Sport Puppies 170 

Young Obo 72 

TERRIERS. 
Bull-Terriers. 

Criterion 27 

Music 57 

Nellie 170 

Quiver 57 

Saxon 57 

Victoria 87 

Fox-Terriers. 

Belvoir Jack 27 

Brier 170 

Rugby 87 

Surrey Max 41 

Surrey Ned 57 

Surrey Win 57 

Surrey Sam 27 

Trix 27 

Irish Terriers. 

Moya 110 

Shaughraun 170 

Skte Terriers. 

Bella 188 

Clarence 10H 

Curiey 1 70 



Shows and Field Trials 

Attleboro Show 158 

Birmingham Show, Eng 15, 81 

Boston Show 75 

Chicago Show 109 

Cincinnati Show 83 

Crystal Palace Show 48, 125 

Danbury Show 174 

Dayton Show 160 

Eastern Field Trials 108, 191 

Fisher's Island Field Trials ....194 

Meriden Show 14 

Milwaukee Show 159 

National Field Trials 11, 91 

New Haven Show 02 

New Orleans Show 04 



Shows and Field Trials— Coht'd. 
Page 

New York Show 78 

Philadelphia K. C Field Trials 194 

Philadelphia Show 95,175 

Robins Island Field Trials 198 

Southern Field Trials IS 

Stafford Show 194 

St. Bernard Club Show, Eng. . . 14 

St. John (N. B)Show 48 

St. Louis Show 77 

Taunton Show 18 

ToronroShow 98 

Warwick (Eng ) Show Ill 

Western Field Trials 198 



Miscellany. 



ABreeding "Sport" 118 

American Fox-terrier Club .... 59 

American K. C..27, 28, 90 104. 108. 

121, 124, 150, 171 

Beaufort 17 

Blarney 118 

Bradford Hero 05 

Bradford Ruby 1 

Breeding for Type 189,145 

Champion Grapnic 15* 

Classification by Weight 49 

Collie Points 124 

Crown Prince Litter 8. 9 

Dogs in Minnesota 01 

English Mastiff 9, 29. 00, 78, 88, 

107, 122, 143, 152, 189 

Oarryowen's Nose 192 

Grand Duke 49,65 

Great Danes vs, German Mas 

tiffs v .88, 108 

Greyhound Colors 189 

Hermit and Treasure 97 

Hunt's Imported Warrior 48 

Investigating Pedigrees 05 

Judicial Capacity Wanting .... 57 

Little Duke 129 

Mastiff Type 101 

Mother Demdike 43 

M. Pasteur's Laboratory 157 

MP. McKoon 67 

Mr. Rotbera's St. Bernards .... 81 

Personal 8 

Poodle Styx 177 

Pug Pedigrees 178 

Questionable Collie Pedigrees.. 

42, 72, 119, 140, 101 

Rancocas Kennel 142 

Remarkable Dog Story 124 

Rockingham 88 

Sans Souci Kennels 101, 177 

Show Distemper 120, 141 

Spaniel Bozique 28, 81, 121 

Standard Committees 81 

Thoughts on Mastiff Breeding 140 

Toy Spaniel Points 58 

TwoRichmonds 88 

What are Champions. 28 

Which Flippant 101 



Corrections. 

2820. Entry cane- led. See 2450. 

2883. Alter to Jack H. 

2412. Alter to Jess H. 

2400. Alter to Beauty H. 

2489. Alter to Donald II. 

2510 Alter to Rosalie II. 

2579. Alter to Garry II 

2598. Alter to Beauty IV. 

2011. Alter to Rob Roy HI. 

2708. Mistress May was imported 
in 1884, and no pedigree 

furnished. 

2797. Canceled; re-registered as 
Krueger's Myrtle, 2917. 

2808. Should ne Braw an* Bonnie. 
Color, light sable, white 
snip, half collar and ohest, 
feet and legs partly white. 

2815. Alter to Laddie IV. 

2828. Entered in error; correct 
name Heath. See 2940. 

2879. Alter to Dude H. 

2894. Alter to Gipseyn. 

2915. Discord. —The dam of Joe 
was Gipeey Queen, a fuH 
sister to Norab, by Briar 
out of Bush. 

2977. Alter to Bess II. 

2996. Canceled; will be re-regis- 
tered in January number. 

8050. Pride of the West.— This is 
a dog. 

8009. Owner. Mr. W. H. H. Saun- 
ders, Portland, Me. 

8060. Alter to Obo IV. 

[The above and all other correc- 
tions have been noted in the index, 

and we would ndvise subscribers 

either to refer to the index in all 

cases when examiniog a pedigree, 

or what is still belter, go through 

the Register, and either make the 

correct ions on the margin or note 

where they are to be found ] 



Canoeled Pedigrees. 

The following pedigrees are can- 
celed as being unreliable. See 
letters and notices on pages 42, 72, 
119.140,101: 

1744. JOXO II. 1921. 1 ILLIRULERO. 

1755. Wallace. 2599. Wallace II. 
1910. Dora II. 

8070. Beau. — Corre pondence on 
th « subject of this spaniels pedi- 
gree will appear in the number for 
January, 1880. The English Stud 
Book pedigree is said to be incor- 
rect, and it is best to await definite 
information. 

The Sans Souci Kennel matter re- 
mains in abeyance. See number 
for January, 1880. 



ADDITIONAL RECORDS. 

The following records obtained by dogs since their registration, have been furnished by 

the owners for publication. 



BASSETS. 

870. Nemours.— First New York and Philadelphia 
(September and October), 1884. First and two specials 
New Haven, first Boston and New York, 1885. 

BULLDOGS. 

448. Boz.— First Lowell, 1868. First Meriden, Cin- 
cinnati and New Haven, champion and special 
Cleveland and New York, champion New York 
(October), 1884. Champion Boston and New York, 

BEAGLES. 

1411. Music— Tbird New York, 1885. 

1700. Banntoman.— First and special for beagles 
under 12 inches, New York; first and three specials 
Philadelphia, 1885. 

2817. VETA.-8econd Philadelphia (May), 1885. 

COLLIES. 

7. Lark.— Firs' Philadelphia (October), 1*84. Very 
high com. New York, 1M36. 

884. Rob Roy.— First Chicago, 1884. Champion and 
two specials St. Louis, champion Cincinnati and Mil- 
waukee, 1885. 

587. Flyaway.— Second Cleveland, very high com. 
New York, 1884. Very high com. St. Louis, 1885. 

887. Madge Wildfire. Second St. Louis, 1884 
and 1885. 

1428. Lady of thjb Lake.— First puppy class New 
York (October), 1884. 

1674. Prep— Second Chicago, 1884. High com. 
Chicago, second Milwaukee. 1885. 

1914. Bessie B.— Second Cincinnati, 1885. 

1822. Nellie D.— First Cincinnati, 1885. 

2128. Lothian Maid.— First Danbury, very high 
com. New Haven, 1885. 

2124. Midlothian Lassie.— Very high com. Dan- 
bury,1885. 

2205. Bobbie -First Philadelphia, 1885. 

FOXHOUNDS. 

2215. Ddcey Jim.— Second New Haven, very high 
com. Boston, 1886. 

GREYHOUNDS. 

10. Fan.— First and three specials New York, 1888. 
Champion New Haven, 1884. Champion and special 
Cincinnati, challenge and two specials Toronto, 
champion and special Philadelphia, 1885. 

2012. Friday Night.— Champion and special New 
Haven and Boston, champion New York and Toronto, 
1885. 

899. Ben.— Second and special New York, second 
Cincinnati, first and special Philadelphia (May and 
October). 1885. 

1760. Mother Demdike.— First and two specials 
Boston, first and three specials New York, champion 
and special Philadelphia, 1885. 

1580. Stormy Night.— First puppy class New Eng- 
land K. C, 1885. 

MASTIFFS. 

18. Dinah.— High com. Pittsburgh, second Chicago, 
1888. 

14. Europa.— Very high com. Louisville, second 
New Orleans and Youngstown, 1888. 



75. Dolly Varden.— First New York. 18S8. Cham- 

glon Montreal. Philadelphia and New York, 1884. 
hampion and two specials Boston, one of the win- 
ners or special for best kennel, Cincinnati, 1885. 

260. Duchess— First Taunton, New Haven, and 
Cleveland, champion Manchester, 1384. 

262. Rena.— First Lowell. 1888. 

449. Aorippa.— First Lowell, 1888. First and special 
Taunton, first Cleveland, second New Haven, second 
and special Toronto, champion Manchester. 1884. 

452. Juno.— Second New Haven, very high com. 
Chicago, com. New York, 1884. High com. and one 
of the winners of special for best kennel, Cincinnati, 
1885. 

545. Hero II.— First New Haven and Philadelphia, 
champion Montreal, champion and special with 
Lorna Doone for best pair, New York, 1884. Cham- 
pion New Haven, champion and special for best 
mastiff, also special with Dolly Varden for best pair. 
Boston; champion and one of the winners of special 
for best kennel, Cincinnati, 1885. 

549. Mayor of the Cedars.— Second puppy class, 
New York. 1884. 

1432— Delph Viva.— First Taunton. 1884. 

1433. Hilda V.— First Manchester, second Mon- 
treal, 1884. Second New Haven, 1885. 

1765. Hero III.— High com. puppy class, Philadel- 
phia (May). 1885. 

177c Pharaoh.— Second puppy class, New York; 
1885. 

2818. Boss.-High com. New York. 1885. 

8467. Polly Varden II.— Second Milwaukee. 1885. 

2621. Bal Gal.— First Boston, and one of the win- 
ners of special for the best kennel. Cincinnati, 1885. 

2685. Cromwell II.— Very high com. Milwaukee, 
1885. 

2628. Lorna Doone.— Champion New York, cham- 
pion and one of the winners of special for best ken- 
nel, Cincinnati. 1885. 

POINTERS. 

21. Toots.— Very high com. reserve Boston. 1885. 

268. Fritz.— First Danbury, 188% First Philadel- 
phia (October), champion and special Danbury, 1884. 

556. Bravo.— Champion Cincinnati and Washing- 
ton, extra champion and special for best pointer. 
Chicago, champion Philadelphia, 1884. Champion 
Cincinnati. St. Louis and New York, 1885. 

562. Daisy Bravo.— Second puppy class, Washing- 
ton; first pupyy class. New York: first and special 
for best bitch Philadelphia. 1884. Champion St. 
Louis and Philadelphia (October), 1885. Died Dec. 8. 

1157. Lady Maud.— Very high com. reserve Phila- 
delphia. 1885. 

1520. Bellbgarde.— Third Philadelphia. 1885. 

2472. Dues Royal.— Second Danbury, 1885. 

2476. Lizzie Grace. -Second Danbury, 1885. 

2686. Leda.— First puppy class, Philadelphia (Sep- 
tember), 1885. 

PUGS. 

220. Tantrums.— First puppy class, Manchester, 
1888. Second Meriden, very high com. New Haven, 
third Taunton, 1884. 

468. Daisey.— First Taunton, died 1884. 

472. Treasure.— First and special puppy class. 
Meriden, Taunton and New Haven, first and special 
Cleveland, very high com. Philadelphia, champion 
Manchester, champion and special Stafford and 
Taunton, 1884. Champion Cincinnati, first' and two 
specials New York Fanciers 1 show, 1885. 



ADDITIONAL RECORDS. 



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478. Young Toby.— First Meriden, flrat and special 
Taunton, first Montreal. 1884. First and special New 
Haven, 1885. Twenty-three prises have been won 
by puppies sired by him 1884-85. 

1262. Triumph.— Second Montreal, 1884. 

1265. Victory.— Second Montreal, very high com. 
Philadelphia, first Stafford, 1884. 

1804. Peggie.— First New Orleans and Cincinnati, 
1885. 

2041. Tra-la-la.— Second puppy class, Taunton. 
1881 First and two specials New York Fanciers* 
show and New Haven, 1885. 

2250. Flossie —First Montreal, 188S. Second Bos- 
ton, New York, Toronto and Philadelphia (May and 
October), 1885. 

ST. BERNARDS. 

28. Hebmit.— Second and special Meridan, first and 
special Taunton, Toronto and Cleveland, first New 
Haven, champion and special Stafford, champion 
Philadelphia (October),flrst and special Taunton, 1884. 
Second Boston, champion and special Stafford, 1885. 

24. Nun -First Meriden, 1884. 

98. Santa.— Second Cleveland. 1884 Died, 1885. 

95. Bonhomme.— Second Cleveland, 1884. 

96. Chabtbeusb.— First and special Meriden, 1888. 
First Cleveland, 1884. Died 1885. 

221. Bishop.— First Chicago and Louisville, 1888. 
First and special Cleveland, 1884. 

803. Noblbssb. —Very high com. puppy class, New 
York. 1884 (dead). 

1808. Bbss.— First and two specials Chicago, first 
Philadelphia (October), 1885. 

2150. Babby.— Second New Haven, 1886. 

2490. Otto II.— Firet and special Milwaukee, 1885. 

SETTERS. 
English Sbttebs. 

30. Buckbllew.— Won Members* Stake, Eastern 
Field Trials, 1884. 

758. Pearl —First Washington, second New York 
and Philadelphia, 1884. 

814. Dashing Belli.— Champion Washington, first 
and special (brace) New York, second Philadelphia 
(September). 1884. Third New York, high com. 
Philadelphia (May), very high com. Philadelphia 
(October), lfe85. 

815. Dashing Jessie.— First Washington, second 
and special (brace) New York, very high com. Phila- 
delphia (September), 1884. 

1287. Princess Phocbus.— First and two specials 
New Haven, 1885. 

1501. Count Waldo.— Very high com. Philadelphia 
(October^, 1885. 

1616. Glen Rook.— Very high com. New York, high 
com. Philadelphia (May), first Philadelphia (Oct),1886. 

2296. Queen Alice.— Champion Cincinnati, first 
Philadelphia, first and special Chicago. 
. 1290. Royal Ranger.— Champion Chicago, 1885. 

2671. Rex Gladstone.— High com. New Orleans, 
1885. 

Gordon Sbttebs. 

875. Daisy Blossom.— First New York, 1884. Very 
high com. reserve Boston, 1885. 

606. Lady Bislow— First Philadelphia (September), 
1884. Third Philadelphia (May), 1885. 

1638. Madge.— Second and special puppy class, 
New Haven, first puppy class New York, 1885. 

Irish Sbttebs. 

% 54. Bruce,— High com. New York, 1888. 8econd 
New York, third Philadelphia, 1884. First Boston, 
very high com. New York, second Cincinnati, very 
high com. Philadelphia (May), second and one of 
winning kennel Philadelphia (October), 1885. 

57. Hazelnut.— High com. New York, 1888. Third 
Philadelphia (May), high com. Philadelphia (Octo- 
ber), 1886. 

281. Cms*.— Champion, silver cup for best Irish 
setter, and special for dog in best condition, Toronto; 
special for best Irish setter with field record, and 
special for best Irish setter with trial record in Eng- 
land and America, New York; first and special for 



best Irish setter in open classes, Philadelphia, 1884. 
Champion and spectal Toronto, second and special 
New York, first and special Philadelphia (May), 
champion Philadelphia (September), 1885. Field 
Trial Record: Second Fisher's Island Club field 
trials, first New Jersey Kennel and Field Trial Club's 
field trials, 1885. Chief is sire of Jersey Beauty, 
divided second and third at trials of the N. J. K. & 
F. T. C, 1885; Leigh Doane II., winner of the Phila- 
delphia Kennel Club's field trial Derby; Meg, winner 
of third at the Fisher's Island Club's field trials, 1886. 

508. Eloho, Jr.— Champion and special for best 
Irish setter and champion Irish setter sweepstakes 
of America and cup, New York; champion and 
special for best setter any breed, Montreal, 1884. 
First and special with Lorna for best pair Irish set^ 
ters, New Haven; champion and special New York 
champion Cincinnati, champion and special Phil*! 
delphia, champion Attleboro, 1885. 

976. Hebe.— High com. and one of winning kennel 
Philadelphia (May and October), 1885. 

1183. Dora.— First puppy class, New York, 1884 
Second New Haven. 1885. 

1192. Glenclaibe.— Very high com. New Haven 
and Cincinnati, 1885. 

1303. Reeta.— Special Cleveland, first and special 
for best Irish setter bitch and special for best brood 
bitch Philadelphia (September), 1884. Champion 
Cincinnati, 1885. 

2080. Leigh Doane II —First Philadelphia Kennel 
Clun Field Trial Derby, 1885. 

2179. Little Nell.— Second Philadelphia Kennel 
Club Field Trial Derby. 1884. Second New York 
third Philadelphia (May), high com. and one of win- 
ning kennel Philadelphia (October), 1885. 

2501. Blarney— First and special Philadelphia 
(October), 1885. * 

2504. Jessie.— Very high com. Philadelphia, 1884 
Verv high com. New Haven, Boston. New York and 
Philadelphia (May), first and special for best Irish 
setter bitch, also one of winning kennel, Philadel- 
phia (October), 1885. 

2679. Garry.— First and special Philadelphia (Oc. 
tober), 1886. v \^ 

SPANIELS. 

Field and Cocker Spaniels. 

62. Black Prince. -First New York and Danburv 
1888. First Philadelphia (October;, 1884. Second 
New Haven, first Boston and New York, champion 
and special Philadelphia (October), 188*. 

66. Hobnell Dinah.— First New York, 1888. Cham- 
pion Washington, 1884. 

67. Hobnell Ruby.— First Cocker Spaniel Club's 
produce stakes: first Louisville, first Lowell, 1883 

180. Benedict's BoY.-Com. New York, 1884. 

808. Critic— First Lowell, 1888 First New York 
and Stafford, very high com. Philadelphia (October) 
1884. First Taunton, very high com. New Haven' 
second Boston, 1885. ' 

809. Flora.— First and one of best kennel, Milwau- 
kee, third and one of best kennel Philadelphia (Octo- 

654. Helen.— First and special puppy class. New 
Haven, second puppy class, New York, very hteh 
com. Montreal, com. Philadelphia, champion Staf- 
ford, first Philadelphia (October) and Taunton, 1884 
First and special Meriden, second New Haven, first 
and three specials (including American Cocker 
Club's special) Boston, first and American Cocker 
Club's special New York, first Cincinnati, chamoion 
and special Philadelphia (May), 1885. p 

658. Suwanee.— High com. New Haven, 1884. 

1818. Miss NANOB.-Second and special for best 
bitch Philadelphia (September), very high com 
Philadelphia (October), 1884. Very high com. New 
Haven, second Philadelphia (October), 1885. 

1897. Hobnell Silk.— Champion Philadelphia, 1884 
Champion New York and Cincinnati, first and special 
for best cocker and one of the best kennel, Milwau- 
kee, one of the best kennel Philadelphia (October), 

1865. Black Reno.— High com. New York, 1885. 
1874. Hobnell Belle it.— Second and one of best 
kennel Milwaukee and Philadelphia (October), 1885 



xiv 



ADDITIONAL RECORDS. 



6,1000. 

Othello.— Firstta puppy and open and spe- 

r best cocker in open claw, Philadelphia, 1885. 

Larry.— Second puppy class, Philadelphia 



18ft. Hobwbll Jock -Second Philadelphia (May), 
second and one of best kennel Philadelphia (Oc- 
tober), second New York, first Cincinnati, first and 
special Chicago, second and one of best kennel Mil- 
waukee. 1886. 

1482. Othello.--] 
cialfor 

(May>; first puppy otass, Philadelphia (Ootober), 1886. 

8584, Alice Obo.— First puppy class, Philadelphia, 
1885. 

9586. Kim Coal.— Second puppy class, Philadel- 
phia (October), 1885. 

2689. MABJOH.-Ffrst Philadelphia (October). 1865. 

9001. Nbwtok Abbot Lady. -Second Philadelphia 
(Ootober), 1885. 

TERRIERS. 
Bull Terriers. 

594. Grand Due*.— First Lowell, 1888, First and 
special Meriden and New Haven, first Washington, 
champion New York (May), champion and special 
Philadelphia (October) and New York (October), 
1884. Champion and two specials Boston, champion 
New York, 1885. 

595. Little Maggie.— First Lowell, 1888. First and 
special Meriden, first New Haven, second Washing- 
ton, fi -st and special Cleveland, champion New York 
(May and Ootober), 1884. Champion New York, 1885. 

1906. President.— First New York, champion and 
special Chicago, first New York (October), 1884. First 
Boston, 1885. 



1708. Saxon.— Second New Haven, very high com. 
Boston, high com. New York, second Cincinnati, 
third Philadelphia (Nay). 1886. 

1898. Victoria.— First Blackpool, England; first 
and special Philadelphia (September), first New 
York (October), 1884. First and special New Haven, 
champion Boston and New York, champion and 
special Philadelphia (May). 1865. 

9194. Nellie.— Second Boston, high com. New 
Haven, 1885. 

Dan die Dinmont Tebrtmrb. 

9519. BiNifiE.— High com. Cincinnati, 1885. 

Fox-T 



598. Flippant.— First Washington, second Cincin- 
nati, third Philadelphia, 1894. 

599. Jill.— Very high com. reserve Philadelphia* 

9197. Nanndl— First Brussels, 188S. Very high 
com. New Haven, second Boston (died July 17), 1886. 

Irish Terriers. 



187. Sheila.— Very high com. Pnlladelphia (Sep- 

-hiladelphia (October). flrstNew York 

First New York, 18T 



tember), com. Philadelphia (October). flrstNew 
(October) 1884. — — -*■ • 



Site Terriers. 

9886. Watty.— Second New York, second Cincin- 
nati, very high com. Philadelphia (May), 1865. 



AMERICAN 



Kennel Register 

Copyright, 1885. Entered at the Poet Office as Second Clase Matter. 

Published by the Forest and Stream Publishing Co., 39 & 40 Park Row. 



P. O. Box 2832. 



New York, January, 1885. 



Vol. III.— No. i. 




BRADFORD RUBY. 

The property of Mrs. M. A. Foster. 



Bradford Ruby. 

DURING a visit to England we called on 
Mrs. Foster, of Bradford, the well-known 
exhibitor of toys. Mrs. Foster has two pug 
dogs. Bradford Ruby and Bradford Diamond, 
besides some nice bitches. Ruby we saw at 
the Hull show, where he won easily. Diamond 
we saw at Bradford. We think Ruby the bet- 
ter, though haying seen the two at different 
times we do not reel bound to stick by that 



verdict. Both are excellent specimens of the 
modern pug, and are of the proper size. It 
is their misfortune to be at present opposed 
by that wonderful little dog, Stingo Sniffles, 
for size, make and shape beyond doubt the 
best pug we saw in England. At the late 
Birmingham show Bradford Ruby met and 
was beaten by Stingo Sniffles in the open 
dog class, a decision which Mrs. Foster, with 
her knowledge of the breed, would never for 
a moment question* 



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BEAGLES. 

1908. Belle, black,white and tan bitch, whelped 
July 1, 1834. Breeder and owner, Capt. Peter H. Cox, 
Paris, Ont. 

Sire— Sock, by Ringwood IT. (Bingwood— Roxy) 
out of Spider, by Rattler out of Rosey. 
Dam-Pigeon (A.K.R. 1726). 

1909. Bonny Bell* black, white and tan 
bitch, whelped June, 1884. breeder, Mr. J. N. Dodge, 
Detroit, Mich. Owner, Mr. 8. C. Graff, Pittsburgh, 
Pa. 

Sire— Dodge's Rattler, by imported Warrior out of 
Rowett's Rosey, by imported Sam out of imported 
Dolly. 

Don*— Katie, by Dodge's Rattler out of Fannie, by 
Ward's Rove (Goodenough's imported Rover- 
Ward's Vie) out of Ward's Juno, by Harrington's 
Drive out of Ward's Music II., imported by Mr. Otta- 
way, Mina, N. Y. 

[This pedigree is a correction of Bonny Bell's litter 
sister, Merry Lata (AK.R. 1784) also of two typo- 
graphical errors io pedigree of Kate (A.K.R. 17S2), 
vfa. : Ward's Rove and Ward's Vie.— Ed.] 

1910. Bugler, black, white and tan dog, 
whelped July lT 1884. Breeder and owner, Captain 
Peter H. Cox, Paris. Ont. . 

litter brother to Belle (A.K.R. 1908). . ; 



1911. Gem, black, white and tan and ticked 
dog, whelped July 81, 1884. Breeder and owner, 
.Captain Peter H. Cox, Paris, Ont. 

aire— 8ook, by Ringwood II. (Ringwood I.— Roxy> 
out of 8pider, by Battler out of Rosey. 

Dam— Ruby, by imported Rattler out of Beauty. 

1918. Drummer, black, white and tan dog, 
whe)p»d July 1, 1884. Breeder and owner. Captain 
Peter H. Cox, Paris, Ont. * 

Litter brother to Belle (A.K.R. 1908). 



CHESAPEAKE BAT DOGS. 

1918. Ruby HE., sedge bitch, whelped Oct. 
81, 1884. Breeder, Mr. John M. Leekley, Galena, 
HI. Owner, Mr. L. K Mason, Hastings. Iowa. 

Sire— Foam, by Albert out of Rose (AIR. 148). 

Dam-Ruby II. IA.K.R. 148). 



COLLIES. 



1914* BeMie B., black, white and tan biteh,. 
whelped 1880. Breeder, Mr. Ernest Hart, 88 Wlm- 
pole street, London, England. Owner. Mr. J. E. 
Dougherty, P. O. Box 201, Liberty, Ind. 

Sire— Cocksie I., by champion Cocksie out of Las- 
sie. 

Dam— Belle III., by Trip out of Watch. 

Bessie B. was imported in 1881 by Dr. D. W. Yan- 
dell, of Louisville, Ky. 

1915. Davie, black and tan dog. whelped Nov. 
1. 1884. Breeder. Scotch Collie Kennel Club. Step- 
ney, Conn. Owner, Dr. O. Brown, Washington. 
Conn. 

StVe-Montrose (A.K.R. 891). / , .' / 
Dam-Fanny II. (A.K.R. 881). ■ *,, J'lV^ 

1916. Dora II., black and tan, white breast,, 
dss, whelped Feb. 14, 1884. Breeder, Mr. A. K. Kyle. 
Detroit. Mich. Owner, Mr. Frank Johnston, Grace 
Point. Mich. 

Stre— Imported Drive, by champion Carlyle (E. 
8,606) out of Sanfoil (E. 6,618). 
Dam— Imported Purt, pedigree unknown. 

1917. Jeanne, black and tan bitch, whelped 
June, 1884. Breeder. Mr. George A. Smith, late of 
Boston, now of Germantown, Pa. Owner, Mr. R. 
Worthington, Jr., Traveller office, Boston, Mass. 

Sire— Snyder, by Tarn o' Shancer (Laddie— Meg) 
out of Maggie, by Tarn o* Shaater out of Belle Da- 
mon. 

Dam— Jean H., by Kennedy '8 imported Foxy out 
of Flirt, by Lion out of Midget. 

1918. Kilmarnock Belle, tawny red, white 
frill, bitch, whelped July 11, 1884. Breeders and 
owners, Kilmarnock Collie Kennels, P. O. Box 1,463, 
Boston, Mass. 

Sire-Scot Guard (E. 11.854) by Keep (Old Sweep- 
Lassie) out of Watch, by Tar an out of Maud. 
Dam— Drumlin Isle (A.K.R. 1417). 

1919* Kilmarnock Flirt, black and tan, 
broad white collar, bitch, whelped April 38, 1884. 
Breeders and owners, Kilmarnock Collie Kennels, 
P. O. Box 1,468. Boston, Mass. 

Sire— Kilmarnock Bruce (A.K.R. 1428). 

Dam— Iona (A.K.R. 1491). 

1980* Laasey, sable and white bitch, whelped 
January, 1880. Breeder, Mr. Wm. Crosier, Long- 
Island. Owner, San Souci Kennels, Philadelphia,. 
Pa. 

5*r«— Crosier's Sport. 

Dam— Crazier 's Shep. 

1921* Lillibulero. black, tan and white dog. 
whelped Feb. 14, 1884. Breeder, Mr. A. R. Kyle,. 
Detroit, Mich. Owner, San Souci Kennels, 8,601 
Hamilton street, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Litter brother to Dora U. (A.K.R. 1016). 

1928. Nellie P.. Mack and tan bitch, whelped 



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May 7, 1888. Breeder and owner, Mr. J. E. Dough- 
erty. Liberty, Ind. 

Sire— Scotch, by Leg (afterward called Clayton) 
out of Scotty, by Watty out of Queen. Leg was 
imported by Mr. Sol Smith, of Wayne county, lad., 
by him sold to Addison Hadley, Clayton, Ind., who 
sold him to J. A. ConoTer, ox Monroe. O., and his 
name was then changed to Clayton. Watty and 
Queen were imported by Michael or Mickle. an im- 
porter of Clydesdales, and were kept at Knights- 
town, Ind. 

Dam— Bessie B. (A.K.R. 1914). 

Record— Very high com., puppy class, Louisville, 
1888. 

1928. Steenle, Mack and tan dog, whelped 
Nov. 1, 1884. Breeder. Scotch Collie Kennel Club, 
Stepney, Conn. Owner, Mrs. S. R. Mitchell, Washing- 
ton, Conn. 

Sire— Montrose (A.K.R. 891). 

Dam— Fanny U. (A.K.R. 881). 

1984. Wanda, golden sable, white frill, four 
white feet, dark sable tail, bitch, whelped May, 1884. 
Breeder, Mr. Wm. Lindsay, Elizabeth, N. J. Owner. 
Sans Souci Kennels, 8,501 Hamilton street,. Philadel- 
phia, Fa. 

Sire— Hex (A.K.R. 149). 

Dam- Imported Jeannie Nettles (A.K.R. 1234). 

.Record— Third, New York Non-Sporting Show, 1884. 



GREYHOUNDS. 

1925. Monday Night, blue and white dog. 
whelped Aug. 12, 1884. Breeder and owner, Mr. H. 
W. Smith, Worcester, Mass. 

Sire— Friday Night (A.K.R. 768). 

Dam— Lufra (A.K.R. 1188). 



MASTIFFS. 

1926* Braun, light fawn, black muzzle, do?, 
whelped July 28, 1884. Breeder, the Aahmont Ken- 
nels, 1.101 Tremont street, Boston, Mass. Owner, 
Mr. Walter St. John Jones, Glendale, Hamilton 
county, O. 

Hire— Hero U. (A.K.R. 545). 

Dam— Madge (A.K.R. 548). 

1927. Ihide, fawn, black muzzle and ears, dog, 
whelped July 12, 1884. Breeders, Messrs. Shaw& 
Bates, Riverview Kennels, Clinton, Mass. Owner, 
Mr. Geo. Godfrey, Baltimore, Md. 

Sire— Agrippa (A.K.R. 449). 
Dam— Rena (A.K.R. 202). 

1928. Nellie, fawn, black points, bitch, 
whelped June 28. 1884. Breeder, Mr. E. Lester, 119 
Elwyn street, Philadelphia, Pa. Owner, Mr. C. L. 
Sherman, 711 Snyder avenue, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Sire— Rudolph's Don. 

Dam— Rudolph's Clyde, by Pierce's Grip (Austin's 
Jack— Mead's Dido) out of McDermott's Juno, by 
Richardson 's Turk out of Baby. 



Grant, 

1929. Othello, brindle dog, whelped April 15, 
1884. Breeder, Mr. Jas. Hutching*, Exeter. England 
Owner, Mr. George W. Rtce, Springfield, Mass. 

^re-Titus (E. 18,602) by Gwalior (E. 10,507) out of 
Berenice (E. 11,715), by Beau (E. 6,856) out of Creusa 
<E. 10.568). Gwalior, by Rajah (E. 2,888) out of Print 
cess (E. 6,898). 

Dam-Digit (E. 16,764), by Dreams out of Bess. 

1980. Turkess. fawn bitch, whelped May, 1884. 
Breeder, Mr. H. W. Windram. Wellsboro, Mass 
Owner, Mr. William D. Bates, Mansfield, Mass. 

Sire-Lee's Turk, by Rajah out of Brenda. 
J>am— Druidess. by Nero (Jack— Nell) out of Lion- 
ess, by Mac out of Fawn, by Beppo out of Mary. 

POINTERS. •< ' • 

1981. Brock, liver and white ticked dog, 



whelped Sept. 22. 1884. Breeder and owner. Mr. E. 
M. Crouch, Thomaston, Conn. 

Sire— Sensation's Son, by Sensation (A.K.R. 217) 
out of Flirt. 

Dam—Zue (A.K.R. 1444). 

1982. Fannie H., lemon and white bitch, 
whelped Sept. 22, 1884. Breeder, Mr. E. M. Crouch, 
Thomaston, Conn. Owner, Mr. Wm. H. Stevens, 
Plymouth, Conn. 

Litter sister to Brock (A.K.R. 1981). 

1933. Jill* liver and white bitch, whelped Au- 
gust, 1881. Breeder. Mr. J. N Lewis, Mahwah, N. J. 
Owner, Mr. F. R. Hitchcock, 8 East Twenty-ninth 
street, New York. 

Sire— Joe, formerly Feet's Brandy, by Coffin's 
Rake II. out of Macdona's Miranda IH., by Macgre- 
gor (Sancho— Blanche) out of Miranda II., by Gen- 
eral Prim out of Miranda. Rake II., by Rake I. 
(Frank— Venus) out of Gypeie, by Shot out of Fan. 

Dam— Donner's Fan Fan, of unknown pedigree. 

Record— Very high com., New York, 1884. 

1934. Prince Hamlet* lemon and white dog, 
whelped Sept. 18, 1888. Breeder, Mr. B. F. Seltner, 
Dayton. O. Owner, Mr. F. R. Hitchcock, 8 East 
Twenty-ninth street. New York. 

Sire-Sensation (A.K.R. 217). 

Dam— Lass, by Sleaf ord (E. 6,058) out of Dawn, by 
Bow (E. 7,070) out of Munson's Queen, by Pat out of 
Nellie. Sleaford, by Macgregor (E. 884) out of Nina 
(E. 1,258) by Hamlet out ot Sal. 

Record— Second, puppy class, and special for the 
best puppy the get of Sensation, New York, 1884. 

PUGS. 

1935. Bess, apricot fawn, black points, bitch, 
whelped Dec. 8, 1888. Breeders, City View Kennels. 
New Haven, Conn. Owner, air. Fred E. Parker, New 
Haven, Conn. 

*St',e— Peck's Napoleon. 
Dam— Beauty (A.K.R. I860). 

1986. Dandy, apricot fawn, black mask, ears, 
nails and trace, dog, whelped Aug. 8, 1884. Breeders 
and owners. City View Kennels, P. O. Box 629, New 
Haven, Conn. 

Sire— Peck's Napoleon. 

Dam— Beauty (A.K R. 1860). 

1937* Teaser, silver fawn, black mask, ears; 
and trace, dog, whelped Aug. 8, 1884. Breeders and 
owners. City View Kennels, P. O. Box 629. New 
Haven, Conn. 

Sire— Peck's Napoleon. 

Dam-Beauty (A.K.R. 1860). 

1938. Victoria H., fawn, black muzzle, 
bitch, whelped Aug. 12, 1884. Breeder, Mr. J. A. 
S&7 e ?\ Forty-sixth street and Baltimore avenue, 
Philadelphia. Owner, Mr. Geo. F. Erbe, 128 Ellen 
street, Philadelphia. 

Sire— dyer's Bob. 

Dam— StovelTs Lou. 

1989* Vixen, stone fawn, black mask, ears, 
nails and 1 trace, bitch, whelped Aug. 8, 1884. Breed- 
ers, City View Kennels, New Haven, Conn. Owner. 
Mr. A. L. Norton, New Haven, JUonn. 

Sire— Peck's Napoleon. 

Dam— Beauty (A.K.R. 1860). 



ST. BERNARDS. 
Rough- Coated. 
1940. Alpine Maid, orange and white, black 
markings, bitch, whelped April 4, 1884. Breeder, Mr; 
D. P. Foster, New York. Owner, Mr. Chas. S. Fitch. 
Fort Washington, New York. - K 

Sire— Champion Turko. 
Dam—Imported Lady Kate. : 

Smooth Coated. 
1941; Wanda, orange brindle, perfect mark- \ 
tags, bitch, whelped March 26, 1882, Breeder, Sew- 



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tor John Fox, East One Hundred and Seventeenth 
street. New York. Owner, Millbrook Kennels, P. O. 
Box 1888. New York. 

Sire— Tilden's Aekhiin. by Haine's champion 
Harold (Sultan IH.— Dido n.) out of his Judy. 

Dam— Fox's imported Switzerland. 



SETTERS. 
English Skttebs. 

1948. Belle of Jersey, black and white 
bitch, whelped September, 1884. Breeder, Mr. W. 
W. Wilson, Billenca. Mass. Owner, Mr. F. W. 
Wilson, East Orange, N. J. 

Sire— Cid, by Dash IH. (Blue Pr'nce— Armstrong's 
Old Kate) out of Opal, by Bake out of Fanny. 

Dam— Floy, by imported Dashing Lion (Dash II.— 
Leda) out of Armida, by Moore's Leicester out of 
Pocahontas. 

1943. Blue Maid, blue belton bitch, whelped 
July 81, 1884. Breeder and owner. Dr. J R. House], 
Watsontown, Pa. 

.Sire— Tucker's Dash III., by Laverack's Blue 
Prince (Pride of the Border, A.K.R. 226— Nellie) out 
of Armstrong's Old Kate, by Dash II. out of E. Arm- 
strong's Kate. 

Dam -Roberto Laverack (A.K.R. 1071). 

1944* Cap* orange and white dog, whelped 
Aug. 20, 1884. Breeder, Dr. R. J. Hampton, Athens, 
Oa. Owner. Mr. John K. Nightengale, Brunswick, 
Glynn county, Ga. 

Sire— Count Dan, by Count Noble (Count Wind'em 
—Noma) out of Rosalind, by Leicester out of San- 
born's Nellie. 

Dam—Belle Boyd, by Gladstone (Llewellin's Dan 
—Petrel) out of Kate Claxtou (A JC.R. 1954). 

1945. Cash, white, black and tan bitch, 
whelped August, 1884. Breeder and owner, Dr. F. 
B. Greenough, 10 Charles street, Boston, Mass. 

Sire— Fay's Coin, by Leicester out of Rose. 

Dam— Beauty (A.K.R. 122). 

1946* Check* white, black and tan dog, 
whelped August, 1884. Breeder and owner, Dr. F. B. 
Greeaough, 10 Charles st-eet, Boston, Mass. 

Litter brother to Cash (A.K.R. 194 .). 

XQ47. Clio, lemon and white bitch, whelped 
July 28, 1884. Bieeder, Mr. Henry May, Augusta, 
Ga. Owner, Mr. B. H. Weisiger, Augusta, Ga. 

#<re-Harry S. (A.K.R. 228). 

Dam-Joele (A.K.R. 590). 

1948. Countess Mollle, liver ears, slight 
liver ticks on body, a few orange spots on fore feet, 
bitch, whelped July 11, 1881. Breeder, the late D. C. 
Sanborn, Dowling, Mich. Owner, Mr. H. M. Wilson, 
Baltimore, Md. 

Sire— Imported Count Noble, by Count Wind'em 
out of Nora. 

Dam— Spark, by Carlowitz out of Macdona's im- 
ported Magnet, by Rock out of Lily. 

Record— Ran unplaced in the Minnesota and 
National Field Trials, 1882. 

1949* Cyrus, lemon and white dog, whelped 
Jan. 18, 1384. Breeder, Dr. J. R. Housel, Watson- 
town, Pa. Owner, Prof. R. M. Mcintosh, Emory 
College. Oxford. Ga. 

Sire-Robin Hood (A.K.R. 1461), by Carlowitz 
(E. 4,260; A. 45) out of True (A. 622), by Llewellin's 
Prince (fi. 1,899) out of Dora (A. 846). Carlowitz, by 
Pilkington's Dash (E. 1,842) out of Llewellin's Count- 
ess (E. 1,485). 

Dam-Countess H. (A.K.R. 1056), by Warwick 
(A. 277) out of Belle (A. 2b9., by Pride of the Border 
(A.K.R. 236) out of Kirby (A. 415). Warwick, by 
Leicester (E. 4,271; A. 148) out of Petrel (E. 4,298; 
A. 472). 

I960. Deacon Berwyn, blue belton dog, 
whelped July 81, 1884. Breeders and owners, Drs. 
Joseph W. Hay ward andChas. T. Hubbard, Taunton, 
Mass. 

Sire— Dashing Berwyn, by Dash II. (E. 5,089) out 



of Countess Bear (E. 5,064), by Dan (E. 1,866) out of 
Countess (E. 1.485). 
Dam-Katydid (A.K.R 1178). 

1951. Dr. Berwyn, black and white dog, 
whelped July 81, 1884. Breeders and owners. Drs. 
Joseph W. Hubbard and Chas. T. Hayward, faun- 
Litter brother to Deacon Berwyn (A.K.R. 1950). 
1958* Donald, orange belton dog, whelped 
Aug. 20, 1884. Breeder, Dr. Robert J. Hampton, 
Athens, Ga. Owner, Mr. W. F. Parker, Brunswick, 
Glynn county, Ga. 
Litter brother to Cap (A.K.R. 1944). 

1953. Glen, white, black and tan bitch, 
whelped Nov. 7, 1888. Breeder, Mr. W. C. Howard, 
Hartwel), O. Owner, Mr. Theo. Potter, Glenriale, O. 

Sire— Young Belton, by Old Belton out of Vixen. 
Dam-Gertrude, by Racket (Rake— Fannie) out of 
Rose, by St. Elmo out of Maggie May. 

1954. Kate Cl&xton, liver and white bitch, 
whelpe I May 1, 1879. Breeder, Mr. Chas. H. Ray- 
mond, 141 Broaa>ay, New York. Owner, Mr. A. J. 
Crovatt, Brunswick, Glynn county, Ga. 

£tre-Guy Mannering, by Pride of the Border 
(A.K.R. 226) out of Fairy, by Dash n. out of Moll III. 

Dam— Flash, by Briefly 's Fred (Garth's Grouse, E. 
1,380— Whitfield's Haidee, E. 1,868) out of Reid's Jess, 
by Dash It. out of Moll HI. Flash was imported 
from the kennels of Mr. Wardlaw Reid, Peckham 
Rye, London. 

Record— Very high com., Atlanta, Ga. 

1955. Katie Berwyn, white, black ard tan 
and ticked bitch, whelped July 81, 1884. Breeders 
and owners, Dn». Joseph W. Hayward and Chas. T. 
Hubbard, Taunton. Mass. 

Litter sitter to Deacon Berwyn (A.K.R. 1950). 

1956* Madge, orange belton bitch. Date of 
birth not given. Breeder, Mr. J. Thos. Barry, Wash- 
ington, D. C. Owner, Mr. Tom J. D. Fuller, 1.206 K 
street, N. W., Washington, D. C. 

She— The Young Duke, by Count Noble (Count 
Wind'em— Nora) out of Sanborn's Nellie, by im- 
ported Belton out of importtd Dimple. 

Dam— Nellie, by Burnside's Dash (Porter's Sport— 
his Fairy) out of Barnard's Daisy. 

1957* Nicholas, lemon and white dog, 
whelped Jan. 18, 1834. Breeder, Dr. J. R. Housel, 
Watsontown, Pa. Owner, Prof. R. M. Mcintosh, 
Emory College, Oxford, Ga. 

Litter brother to Cyrus (A.K.R. 1949). 

1958* Wm. Berwyn, black, white and tan 
ticked dog. whelped July 81, 1884. Breeders and 
owners, Drs. Joseph W. Hayward and Chas. T. Hub- 
bard, Taunton, Mass. 

Litter brother to Deacon Berwyn (A.K.R. 1950). 

Irish Setters. 

1959* Bob, red dog, whelped Jan. 5, 1881. 
Breeder, Mr. Wm. Hunt, Oak'and street, Boston, 
Mass. Owner, Mr. Arthur H. Brooks, 64 Brattle 
street, Cambridge, Ma«s. 

Litter brother to Bess (A.K.R. 1886). 

1 960. Chip, dark red dog, whelped May 29, 1881 . 
Breeder, Mr. Max Wensel, Hoboken, N. J. Owner, 
Mr. Chas. W. Roedenburg, Elysian Fields, Hoboken, 

Sire— Chief (A.K.R. 281). 

Dam— Doe, by Buck out of Floss. 

Record— Very high com., New York, 1884; first and 
special. National Breeders 1 Show, Philadelphia, also 
at Taunton, Mass., 1884. 

1961. Con, red dog, whelped April 29, 18*4. 
Breeder, Mr. B. A. Peterson, Rahway, N. J. Owner, 
Mr. James A. Morrill, Yonkers N. Y. 

Sire— Ash's Carlo, by champion Rufus out of im- 
ported Belle, by Mozart out of Brosna. 

Dam— Peterson's Maud, by Mark (Guy— Rubv I.) 
out of Lassie, by Comedy out of Bess. 



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1968* Duke S«, red dog. whelped April 29, 
1884. Breeder, Mr. E. A. Peterson, Rahway, N. J. 
Owner, Mr. H. S. Sanford, Jersey City, N. J. 

litter brother to Con (A.K.R. 1' 61). 

1963. Gail Hamilton, solid red bitch, 
whelped September, 1384. Breeder, Mr. W. N. Cal- 
lender, Albany, N. Y. Owner, Mr. Herbert D. Ward, 
Newton, N. 0. 

Sire— Rory O'More, by champion Rufus out of 
Friend, by Shot out of Linda. 

Dam— Gay, by Elcho (A.K.R. 295) out of Firefly, 
by Rufus out of Friend. 

1964. Garry* dark red dog, whelped Oct. 16, 
1844. Breeder, Mr. Thos. D. Husted, Peekskill, N. Y. 
Owner, Mr. R. A. Spaulding, Troy, N. Y. 

tfire— Glencho, by Elcho (A.K.R. 295) out of 
Noreen (A.K.R. 297), by Garryowen out of Cora. 

Dam— Imported Lassie, by Rory O'More (.Bob- 
Lough Earn) out of Queen Ellie. by Mullen out of 
Red Hook. 

1965. Liorna Doone, red bitch, whelped 
Sept. 16, 1884. Breeder, Mr. J. D. Culver. New Lon- 
don, Conn. Owner, Dr. G. P. Davis, Hartford, Conn. 

Sire— Dash (A.K.R. 1079). 
Dam— Hannah (A.K.R. 1892). 

1966. M*liss, dark red bitch, whelped June 30, 
1884. Breeder, Mr. Wm. Dutiphy, Peekskill, N. Y. 
Owner, Dr. A. McCollom, 6* Bedford street, New 
York. 

Sire— Glencho. by Elcho (A.K.R. 285) out of 
Noreen (A.K.R. 297). 

Dam— Dun phy's Biddy, by Nelson's Elcho ITI. 
(Elcho, AIR. 295-Rose, A K.R. 298> out of Ben 
nett's Mae, by Beikley (Elcho, A.K.R. 295— Loo 
II.) out of Bennett's Tilly. 

1967. Mona* red, white on chest, bitch, 
whelped July 21, 1888. Breeder, Mr. Benj. F. C ark, 
859 Elm street. Mancuester, N. H. Owner, Mr Frank 
Prendergast, 7 Buckingham place, Boston, Mass. 

Sire-Elcho (A.K.R. 295). 

Daw— Meg, by Elcho (A.K.R. 295) out of Rose 
(A.K.R. 298). 

1968. Prince, red dog, whelped June 21, 1881. 
Breeder, Mr. R G Hall, Portland, Me. Owner, Mr. 
Harry A. Fletcher, Portland, Me. 

Sire— Imported Derg, by Going's Bob (Hutchin- 
son's champion Bob— bis Lilly) out of Mall's Fan, 
by Lord Waterford's Pontio out of Miss E. Warbur- 
ton's champion Venus. 

Dam— Evangeline, by Elcho (A.K.R. 295) out of 
Meg, by imported MUo out of imported Biddy. 

1969. Prince Baun, red dog, whelped April 
26, 1884. Breeder, Mr. E. A. Peterson, Rahway, N. 
J. Owner. Mr. E. V. W. Rossiter, Flushing, L. I. 

Litter brother to Con (A.K.R. 1961). 

1970. Queen Bess, red, white on face, breast 
and toes, bitch, whelped July S?8, 1884. Breeder, Mr. 
F. M. Cronise,.Irvingron-on-Hudson, N. Y. Owner, 
Mr. W. B. Seaman, 45 William street, New York. 

Sire— Wood ruff's impor'ed Teddy. 
Dam -Cronise's Ruby, by Rory O'More out of 
Myers's Lassie. 

1971. Rex G., red dog, wbelped July 15, 1884. 
Breeder, Mr. E F. Weiss, 76 West Third street, Cin- 
cinnati, O. Owner, Mr. Wm. A. Gordon, Grand 
Forks, Dakota. 

Sire— Norwood, by Elcho (A.K.R. 295) out of Rose 
(A.K.R. 398). 
Dam— Clara Belle (A.K.R 1889). 

1972. Rufus Rex, red dog, wbelped April 29, 
1884. Breeder, Mr. E. A. Peterson, Rahway, N. J. 
Owner, Mr. L. W. Parker, Parker's Hotel, New York. 

Litter brother to Con (A.K.R. 1961;. 

1973. Vera G., red bitch, whelped July 15, 
1884. Breeder, Mr E. F. Weiss, 76 West Third street, 
Cincinnati, O. Owner, Mr. Wm. A. Gordon, Grand 
Forks, Dakota. 



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Sire— Norwood, by Elcho (A.K R 295) out of Rose 
(A.K R. 298). 
Dam-Clara Belle (A.K.R. 1889). 

1974. Vic II., red dog, whelped Jan. 5, 1884. 
Breeder, Mr. Wm. Hunt, Oakland street, Boston, 
Mass. Owner. Mr. Wm. L. McDuffle, 10 Wallace 
street, Cambridge, Mass. 

Litter sister to Bess (A.K.R. 1886). 

SPANIELS. 
Clumber Spaniels. 

1975. Vesta* lemon and white bitch, whelped 
May, 1888. Breeder, Mr. Eagan, Halifax. N. S. 
Owner, Mr. C. M. Ingersoll, Jr., 85 Trumbull street. 
New Haven, Conn. 

Sire— Eagan't) imported Lome. 

Dam— Eagan's Judy. 

Record— High com., New Haven, 1884. 

Field and Cocker Spaniels. 

1976. Bianca, chestnut bitch, whelped Oct. 1, 
1884. Breeders and owners, Oakdale Kennels, Box 
129, Hudson, N. Y. 

Sire-Click (A.K.R. 188). 
Dam-Fidget (A.K.R. 808). 

1977. Dude H., dark liver dor, whelped Oct. 
1.1884. Breeder. Oakdale Kennels, Hudson, N. Y. 
Owner, Mr. Wm. A. Kissam, 240 Carroll street. 
Brooklyn. N. Y. 

tftre-CHck(A-K.R. 188). 
Dam— Fidget (A.K.R. 808). 

1978. Gipsey, liver bitch, whelped Nov. 5, 
1881. Breeder and owner, Mr. W. H. Tuck, Wilkes- 
barre, Pa. 

Sire— McKoon's Bozique, said to be an imported 
dog, by Glyde out of Glen. 

Dam— Yolande (A.K R. 523). 

'The pedigree of Bozique ought to be confirmed 

bhout much trouble, and until it is so we prefer to 
omit it in future.— Ed.] 

1979. Horaell Belle HI., black bitch, 
whelped April 9, 1884. Breeders and owners, Hor- 
nell Spanief Club, Horneusville, N. Y. 

-Sire -Silk (A.K.R. 1897). 
Dam— Belle II. (A.K.R. 1874). 

1980. Max, light tan dog, whelped Aug. 16, 
1884. Breeder, Mr. Louis Melchor, 9 West street. 
Battle Creek, Mich. Owner, Mr. Charlie Melchor, 
9anton, III. 

Sire— Horaell Jocko, by Hornell Dandy (A.K.R. 65) 
out of Hornell Spider, by Hornell Dash (A.K.R. 655) 
out of Hornell Prin. 

Dam-Black Bess II. (A.K.R. 1099). 

1981. Obo HX, black dog, whelped Oct. 17, 
1884. Breeder, Mr. Irving M. Dewey, New Haven, 
Conn. Owner, Mrs R. L. Bowers, Saco, Me. 

Sire— Odo II. (A.K.R. 482). 
Dam— Daisy Zulu (A.K.R. 881). 

1982. Othello, black dog, whelped Sept. 26, 
1884. Breeder, Mr. Joseph Hill, Salmon Falls, N. H. 
Owner, Mr. W. H. Tuck, Wilkesbarre, Pa. 

Stre-Obo, Jr. (A K.R. 1481). 

Dam— Darkle n., by Obo II. (A.K.R. 482) out of 
Darkle I. (A.K.R. 250). 

1983. Prince, black dog, whelped Nov. 5, 1884. 
Breeder and owner, Mr. W. H. Tuck, Wilkesbarre, 
Pa. 

Litter brother to Gipsey (A.K.R. 1978). 

1984. Queen Alice, black, white frill, bitch, 
whelped Nov. 5, 1884. Breeder and owner, Mr.W. 
H. Tuck.Wilkesbarre, Pa. 

Litter sister to Gipsey (A.K.R. 1978). 

1985. Trix, liver, white breast, dog, whelped 
Oct. 1. 1884. Breeders, Oakdale Kennels, P.O. Box 129, 
Hudson, N. Y. Owner, Mr. William F. Tolley, King- 
ston. N. Y. 

-Sire-Click (A.K.R. 188). 
Dam— Fidget (A.K.R. 808). 



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1986. Zanita, black bitch, whelped Oct. 1? 
1884. Breeder, Mr. Irving M. Dewey, New Haven, 
Conn. Owner, Mr. Chas. M Hazeltine, Haverhill, 



Sire-OboTL. (A.K.R. 489). 
Dam— Daisy Zulu (A.K.R. 881). 

TERRIERS. 
Fox-Tbrrikbs. 
1987* Hazel, black and tan marked head and 
ears, white body, bitch, whelped July 20, 1884. Breeder, 
Mr. F. C. Wheeler, London. Ont. Owner, Dr. Chas. 
B. Hammond, Nashua, N. H. 
Sire-Raby Tyrant (E. 11,179), by Bailiff II. (Tar- 

3 uin— Dahlia, E. 0,886) out of Peach, by Brokenhurst 
oe (E. 5.018) out of Hilda. 
Dam— Fay H. (A.K.R. 1200). 



Breeding Register. 

— « — 

Entry free. Extreme care should be taken to write 
names plainly. Blanks furnished on receipt of ad- 
dressed and l cent stamped envelope. 

POINTERS. 
Kitty Wells— Fritz.— The Maple Kennels 1 Kitty 
Wells (A.K.R. 1018) was bred to their Fritz (A.K.R. 
268) on Nov. 2J. 

Mistletoe— Bruce H.— Mr. John W. Houston's 
Mistletoe (A.K.R. 1254) was bred to his Bruce TL. 
(A.K.R. 605) on Nov. 2. 

ST. BERNARDS. 
Rough-Coated. 
Ursula— Carlo*— The Alpine Kennels 1 Ursula 
(A.K.R. 26) was bred to their Carlo (A.K.R. 80) on 
Dec. 2. 

SETTERS. 
English Setters. 
Floss— Tug.— The Sans Souci Kennels' Floss 
(A.K.R. 1816) was bred to Mr Wm. Yewdell's Tug 
(winner of first prize, National Breeders' Show, Phil- 
adelphia) on Nov. 22. 

Mary Belle-Harry S. -Mr. W. D.Wilson's 
Mary Belle (A.K.R. 1878) was bred to Mr. Henry 
May*s Harry S. ^A.K.R. 228) on Dec. 15. 

Gordon Setters. * 

Ruby— Turk.— Mr. Charles S. Fitch's Ruby 
(A.K.R. 1625) was bred to Mr. H.Clay Glover's cham- 
pion Turk (A K.R. 717) on Dec. 20. 

Iriph Setters. 
Phroney Jane— Rory O'More, Jr.— Mr. 

C. R. Thorburn's Phroney Jane (A K.R. 634) was bred 
to his Rory O'More, Jr. (A K.R. 427) on Dec. 8. 

SPANIELS. 
Field and Cocker Spaniels. 
Black Gem -Obo, Jr.— Mr. G. H. Haseltine's 
Black Gem was bred to Mr. J. P. Willey's Oho, Jr. 
(A.K.R. 1481) on Dec. 20. 

Critic-Obo H.-Mr. W. O. Partridge's Critic 
(A.K.R. 80S) was bred to Mr. J. P. Willey's Obo II. 
(A.K.R. 432) on Nov. 11. 

Helen— Obo, Jr.— Mr. W. O. Partridge's Helen 
(A.K.R. 664) was bred to Mr. J. P. Willey's Obo, Jr. 
(AXE. 1481) on Dec. 1. 

Jet W.— Obo, Jr.— Mr. J. P. Willey's Jet W. 
(A.K.R. 851) was bred to his Obo, Jr. (A.K.R. 1481) on 
Oct. 25. 

Miss Nance-Obo, Jr.-Mr. S. R. Heming- 
way's Miss Nance (A.K.R. 1818) was bred to Mr. J. P. 
Willey's Obo, Jr. (A.K.R. 1481) on Dec. 5. 

Smut— Obo II.— Mr. H. C. Bronsdon's Smut 



(A.K.R. 85") was bred to Mr. J. P. Willey's Obo H. 
(A.K.R.488)onDec. 19. 

Wallkill Blanche-Homell Silk.-Mr. A. 

Gordon's Wallkill Blanche (A.K.R. 1201) was bred to 
Hornell Silk (A.K.R. 1897) on Nov. 17. 

TERRIERS. 
Bull-Terriers. 
Bridget— President.— Mr. E. W. Bennett's 
Bridget was bred to JKr. E. S. Porter's President 
(A.K.R. 1208) on Dec. 2. 

Scarlet HI. -Young Royal.— Mr. F. F. 

Doles's Scarlet IIL was bred to Mr. Ed. S. Porter's 
President (A.K.R. 1208) on Nov. 14. 

Victoria— President.-Mr. Ed. S. Porter's 
imported Victoria (A.K.R. 1893) was bred to his Presi- 
dent (A.K.R. 1206) on Nov. 20. 



Produce Register. 

— ♦- — 

Entry free. Extreme care should be taken to 
write names plainly. Blanks furnished on receipt 
of addressed and 1 cent stamped envelope. 

CHESAPEAKE BAY DOGS. 
Rusk— Foam.— Mr. Gard. G. Hammond's Rusk 
(A.K.R. 144) whelped nine dogs and two bitches 
on Nov. 1. Color, nine dark and two light sedge. 
Sired by Mr. C. P. Curtds's Foam. 

COLLIES. 
Spotter— Jack.— The Sans Souci Kennels' Spot- 
ter (A.K.R. 1576) whelped four dogs and four 
bitcbes on Nov. 1. Color, black and tan. Sired 
by Capt. Boyd's Jack. 

ITALIAN GREYHOUNDS. 

Zelpha-Silk Socks.— Mr. Henry C. Burdick's 
Zelpha (imported) whelped two dogs and three 
bitches on Sept. 6. Color, fawn body, white 
markings; one white body, maltese markings; two 
white body, orange markings. Sired by Mr. E. W. 
Jester's Silk Socks. 

MASTIFFS. 

Bertha— De Buch.— Mr. W. Wade's Bertha 
(A.K.R. 151) whelped four dogs and two bitches on 
Dec. 9. Color, fawn. Sired by De Buch (A. K.R. 
1502). 

Pride— Agrippa.— Messrs. Shaw & Bates's 
Pride (A.K.R. 1510) whelped five dogs and three 
bitches on Dec. 10. Color, fawn, with blaok muzzles 
and ears. Sired by Agrippa (A.K.R. 449). 

POINTERS. 

Bird— Fritz.— The Maple Kennels' Bird (A.K.R. 

1658) whelped seven dogs and two bitches on Nov. 

20. Color, six lemon and white, three liver and 

white. Sired by Fritz (A.K.R. 268). 

PUGS. 
Juno— Doctor.— Tne Forest City Kennels' Juno 
(A.K.R. 406) whelped three dogs and four bitches on 
Dec. 19. Color, light fawn, with black points. Sired 
by imported Doctor. 

ST. BERNARDS. 

Rough Coated. 

Sybil-CsBsar.— Tho Forest City Kennels' Sibyl 

(A.K.K. 797) wbelped. two dogs and one bitch on Nor. 

20. 8ired by their champion Caesar (A.K.R. 22). 

All dead. 

Smooth-Coated. 
Snowball-Royalist.— The MiUbrook Ken- 
nels' Snowball (A.K.R. 416) wbelped three dogs and 
four bitches on Dec. 5. Color, orange tawny, and 
orange brindK correct markings. Sired by Royal- 
ist (A.K.R. 580). 



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AMERICAN KENNEL REGISTER. 



SPANIELS. 

Field and Cooker Spaniels. 

Clio— Obo H.— Mr. Irving M. Dewey's Clio 

<A.K.R. 429) whelped two dogs and two bitches on 

Nov. 14. Color, black. Sired by Mr. J. P. Wiltey's 

Obo II. (A K.R 482). 

Daisy Zulu— Obo H.— Mr. Irving M. Dewey's 
Daisy Zulu (A.K.R. 881) whelped four dogs and three 
bitches on Oct. 17 Color black. Sired by Mr. J. P. 
Willey's Obo If. (A.K.R. 482). 

Nellie— Obo H.— Mr. Jas. Watson's Nellie 
(A.K.R. 812) whelped five dogs and six bitches. 
Color, black, some with a little white on chest. One 
dog and two bitches since dead. Sired by Obo II. 
(A.K.R. 482). 

Suwanee -Black Prince.-Mr. A C. Wil- 

merding's Suwanee (AK.R. 658) whelped three dogs 
and seven bitches on Dec. 19. Color, two liver and 
eferht black. Sired by Mr. A. C. Wilmex ding's Black 
Prince (A.K.R. 62). 

TERRIERS. 
Black and Tan Terriers. 
Cruel— Teaser*— Mrs. J. T. Heasley's Cruel 
(A.K.R. 1882) whelped three dogs and four bitches 
on Dec. 27. Sired by Teaser <A.K.R. 665). 
Irish Terriers. 
Sheila— Slasher.— Mr. L. Timpson's Sheila 
(A.K.R. 137) whelped six dogs and two bitches on 
Nov. 22. Color, red. Sired by Drayton's Slasher, 
by Fury out of Spuds (E. 6,846). 



Sale Register. 



TRANSFERS OF STOCK. 



Entry free. Extreme care should be taken to write 
names plainly. Blanks furnished on receipt of ad 
dressed and 1 cent stamped envelope. 

CHESAPEAKE BAY DOGS. 
Busk.— Mr. Gard. G. Hammond (New London, 
Conn.) has presented to Mr. C. M. Hammond (Lake- 
port, Lake county, California) the bitch Rusk (A.K.R. 
144). 

COLLIES. 
Madge Wildfire.— Mr. J. A. Long (St. Louis, 
Ho.) has purchased Mr. Joseph Campbell's (St. Louis, 
Mo.) bitch Madge Wildfire (A.K.R. 887). 

Spotter— Jack Puppies.— Dr. Harry John- 
son (Kintnersville, Pa.) ha* purchased of the Sans 
Souci Kennels one dog and one bitch puppy, by 
Boy's tack out of Spotter (A.K.R. 1576), whelped 
November, 1884. 

.Spotter— Jack Puppy.— Judge Aid rich, 
{Sumter, S. C.) has purchased of the Sans Souci Ken- 
nels (Philadelphia, ra.) a do? puppy, by Boyd's Jack 
out of Spotter (A.K.R. 1576), wuelped November, 
1884. 

TISpotter— Jack Puppy.-Mr. T. B. Dod (Ho- 
feoken, N. J.) has purchased of the Sans Souci Kennels 
a dog pupyy, by Boyd's Jack out of Spotter {A..K.R. 
1576). 

ITALIAN GREYHOUNDS. 

Kitty Clyde.— Mr. George Watwood (Hartford, 
Conn.) has purchased Mr. Henry C Burdick's (Spring- 
field, Mass.) bitch Kitty Clyde. 
MASTIFFS. 

Donald.— Mr Alex. Olcott (Corning, N. Y.) has 

Surchased Messrs. Shaw & Bates's (Clinton, Mass.) 
og Donald (A.K.R. 1505). 

Othello.— Mr. Geo. W. Rice (Springfield, Mass.) 
has purchased the City View Kennels' (Box 629, New 
Haven, Conn.) dog Othello (A.K.R. 1929). 



POINTERS. 
Jim.— Mr. Chas. E. Coffin (Muirkirk) has pre- 
sented to Dr. J. A. Hoi ton (Centreville, Md.) the dog 
Jim (A.K.R. 1787). 

SPANIELS. 

Clumber Spaniels. 

Blondy.— Mr. Marmaduke Richardson (41 West 

Tenth street, New York) has purchased Mr. C. E. 

Lewis's (Suspension Bridge, N. Y.) dog Blondy 

[Blondy was registered under "Field and Cocker 
Spaniels," whereas he is a true Clumber.] 
Field and Cooker Spaniels. 

Chloe H.-Obo, Jr., Puppy.— Mr. S. Gordon 
(Middletown, N. Y.) has purchased of Mr. F. F. Pitch- 
er (Claremont, N. H.) a black bitch puppy, by Obo, 
Jr., out of Chloe H.). 

Clio.— Mr. Irving M. Dewey (New Haven, Conn.) 
has purchased Mr. J. P. Willey's (Salmon Falls, N. 
H.) bitch Clio (A.K.R. 429). 

Daisy Zulu— Obo II. Puppy.-Mrs. R. L. 

Bowers (Saco, Me.) has purchased of Mr. Irving M. 
Dewey (New Haven, Conn.) a dog puppy, by Obo 
II. (A.K.R. 482) out of Daisy Zulu (A.K.R 881). 

Miss Obo H.— Mr. J. P. Willey (Salmon Falls, 
N. H.) has purchased Mr. G. W. Leavitt's (Boston, 
Mass.) imported bitch Miss Obo IL, by Farrow's Obo 
out of his Fern. 

ON SALE. 



Entry fee (50 cents for 95 words or less, additional 
words t cents each) must accompany entry. Extreme 
care should be taken to write names plainly. Blanks 
furnished on receipt of addressed and 1 cent stamped 
envelope 

CHESAPEAKE BAY DOGS. 

Puppies, whelped Nov. 1, 1884, by Foam out of 
Rusk (A.K.R. 144). Address C. M. Hammond, Lake- 
port, Lake county, Cal. 

ITALIAN GREYHOUNDS. 

Puppies.— Five puppies, two dogs and three 
bitches, out of H. C. Burdick's imported Italian 
grevhound Zelpha, and sired by Silk Socks (Sport— 
Italie), whelped Sept. 6, 1884. Address Henry C. 
Burdick, 150 Bridge street, Springfield, Mass. 

PUGS. 

Dandy (A.K.R. 1986), bred from pedigreed prize 
winning sto<*k and a very promising puppy. Ad- 
dress The City View Kennels, P. O. Box 629, New 
Haven, Conn. 

Teaser (A.K R. 1987), silver fawn, black marks, 
a very handsome dog, bred from pedigreed prize 
winning stock. Address The City View Kennels, 
Box 629, New Haven, Conn. 



Stud Register. 

4 

Entry fee (50 cents for 95 words or less; additional 
words 2 cents each) must accompany the entry. JEar- 
treme care should be taken to write names plainly. 
Blanks furnished on receipt of addressed and 1 cent 
stamped envelope. 

COLLIES. 
Push's Tom. Winner first and special, Phila- 
delphia, 1879; first, field trials, 1880, beating Tweed 
II. and others equally good. A very fine, high pace, 
upstanding and handsome dog, and his stock all 
resemble him. As steady and dependable as a steam 
locomotive. Sans Souci Kennels, 3,501 Hamilton 
street, Philadelphia, Pa. 



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POINTERS. 

Fritz (A.K.R. 268), liver and white. Winner of 
two firsts, one championship and special; is well 
made, very handsome, well broken, and a perfect 
retriever from land or water. Weighs sixty five 
pounds. For terms and particulars address Staple 
Kennels, Patterson, N. T. 

TERRIERS. 
Bttll-Tkrrtkrb. 

President, white, by Roocroft's Randal out of 
Coy '8 Minnie. Has won first. New York, May, 1884: 
first, New York non-sporing ohow. October, 1884; 
champion and special, Chicago, 1384. Sire of Rosa, 
winner in pupoy class. New York. May, 1684. Fee 
$15. Apply to E. S. Porter, New Haven, Conn. 



Corrections. 

« 

AU persons are urged to use extreme care to write 
plainly. Entries must be made on the blanks fur- 
nished for the purpose. Subscribers should note the 
corrections against the original entry. 

1784. Merry Lass— Make pedigree read as 
in Bonny Bell (A.K R. 1909). 

Personal. 

OUR soscribers will not fail to notice an 
improvement in the appearance of the 
Register this month, owing to our using book 
paper. This we are enabled to do by the 
increase in the registration fee and subscription 
price. Suscribers have been very prompt in 
sending their money for the present volume, 
and the growth of the Register has steadily 
increased during the period of its existence, so 
that the present improvement is the result of 
what they have done. 

It will be remembered that in the discussion 
on the protection of registration the idea of 
raising the fee received very general support 
from our correspondents. Not a few suggested 
that it should be raised to one dollar, and it 
was not without some misgiving that we 
decided upon fifty cents, fearing a marked 
falling off in the number of entries, especially 
in the opening number. A glance at the 
registration departments of this issue shows 
how groundless our fears were. Notwithstand- 
ing that last month we published the un- 
precedented number of two hundred entries, 
we yet have eighty new ones for this month. 
A little comparison is perhaps not out of place 
as showing the growth of the Register. De- 
cember, 1883, contained the largest number 
received up to that date, namely 137 entries, 
and the following January numbered 75, a 
total of 212. The corresponding months show 
200 and 81 respectively, or an increase of 33 pei 
cent. The totals for the two years show an 
even better result than that, for in the number 
which made up Volume I. there were 668 
entries, or an average of 74per month, while in 
1884 the entries totaled 1,289, or an average of 
103 per month. 

In conclusion we can only repeat what we 
said a year ago: "It is apparent from the use 
made of the register numbers in the way of 
advertising dogs for sale and in making entries 
at exhibitions that its usefulness is becoming 
more and more apparent, hence we anticipate 
a greatly increased subscription list before the 
end of 1885. The surplus revenue will be 



devoted to enlargement and further improve- 
ments, and those of our present suscribers who 
wish to see the Register blossom into a twenty- 
four page monthly can best attain that end by 
endeavoring to add to our list of suscribers." 



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The Crown Prince Litter. 

E present in another column the latest 
. . phase of the Crown Prince litter 
paternity question. The reason we give so 
much space to this matter is not only on 
account of the prominence of the case, but 
as bearing on the question of protection of 
registration that has been so fully discussed in 
our columns. It clearly shows the correctness 
of the position we then assumed, that all we 
could do was to exercise all possible care, correct 
all evident errors, reject palpable frauds, and 
trust to breeders to correct special errors and 
expose bidden frauds. The Crown Prince case 
shows the utter impossibility of any such work 
as ours giving even a quasi indorsement to a pedi- 
gree. Here is the greatest dog of his breed, promi- 
nently before the public for years, the greatest 
show dog, and the greatest stud dog of the age, 
and according to the evidence so far, he has 
been under a false pedigree all the time. Not 
only that, but the present owner of his true 
sire was cognizant of the falsity of the regis- 
tered pedigree over three years ago, yet cir- 
cumstances seem to have forced him to keep 
2 met And even the committee of the O. E. M. 
Hub, the official conservator of the breed, 
after having been specially instructed to inquire 
into the matter, begged the whole question as 
far as the vital issue of the true paternity is 
concerned, and appear to have devoted them- 
selves to exculpating the breeder of the litter, 
who is a member of the club. 



As the New England Kennel Club may be 
on the lookout for a superintendent for their 
dog show, why not have Dr. Walton take 
charge if he will. The great mistake of our 
clubs is to go too much into splitting up the 
work and appointing committees. Let one or 
two men have charge of the business of the 
show, and leave them alone. At a show we 
once attended as judge, we asked for the judges* 
book. 4< Oh,»dear," said the secretary, "Mr. 

is the committee on judges 1 books, but I 

haven't seen him this morning." We proceeded 
to judge by the catalogue, and at tne end of 
the first class asked if there were any ribbons 

to hand the winners. '*Oh, dear. Mr. was 

the committee on ribbons. " As a piece of chalk 
was wanted next, we simply asked if the com- 
mittee on chalk had put in an appearance, and 
the reply was no. ''Well, now, Mr. Secretary, 
suppose we discharge these committees, ana 
you call that boy there and give him a quarter 
to go down town to get what you want. 1 ' The 
thing was settled in twenty minutes. Com- 
mittee meetings are called for everything, and 
the committeemen as a rule know little or 
nothing of the work to be done. In fact they 
are a nuisance to a man who understands his 
business, and it is time enough for a commit- 
tee to act when its appointee calls upon it for 
instructions. If you are continually tinkeiing 
with your manager you take away all sense or 
responsibility from him, and he will do little 
more than he is told. 



Jan., 1885.] 



AMERICAN KENNEL REGISTER. 



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Crown Prince's Paternity. 

THE Stock Keeper is now publishing the 
evidence presented by Messrs. Hugh Dalziel 
and J. Evans, who may be called the prosecu- 
tion in this case. The first installment was the 
evidence of Mr. J. Evans, the present owner of 
The Emperor, which is briefly this: 

In April, 1880, Mr. Evans inquired of Burnell 
for a mastiff dog puppy. Burnell informed 
him that Mr. Woolmore's bitch Merlin had a 
litter by The Emperor. Mr. Evans then 
directed Burnell to get him one of them. (This 
was the Crown Prince litter). In June 1880 
Mr. Evans inquired of Burnell what he had 
done about getting an Emperor puppy from 
Mr. Woolmore for him. Burnell replied that 
Mr. Johnston, the^then owner of The Emperor, 
said the puppies were no good. Sometime in 
the summer or fall of 1881 (exact date not 
given) Mr. Evans was in treaty with Mr. John- 
ston for the purchase of The Emperor, and 
inquired of Burnell whether his (Burnett's) 
statement that the litter referred to was by 
this dog, was correct, saying that he particu- 
larly wished to know before giving a large 
price for a dog when in very poor condition. 
Burnell then assured Mr. Evans that what he 
had previously said was perfectly correct, and 
advised him to buy the dog at once, which Mr. 
Evans did in November, 1881. 

In July, 1832, The Emperor served Merlin in 
presence of Woolmore, Banks, Burnell and 
Evans. In September Mr. Evans received a 
letter from Woolmore that Merlin had been 
delivered of five puppies, and requesting him 
to advise Mr. Banks of it. When Mr. Evans 
called on Banks he was shown a letter from 
Woolmore to Banks, that .Merlin had eight 
puppies, and he subsequently learned that 
three of them had mealy muzzles and had been 
drowned. This litter is what is known as the 
Maximilian litter. The mealy-muzzled puppies 
in the litter are of significance, as Crown Prince 
is so marked, and The Emperor and his brother 
Stanley both got such puppies, and they 
derived it from tneir grand dam, Old Flora. 

In the middle of May, 1884, Mr. Hull called 
on Mr. Evans, and stated that Burnell wished 
to see him, relative to making a public admis- 
sion that The Emperor was the sire of Crown 
Prince, and on June 28, Mr. Burnell distinctly 
admitted in the presence of Mr. Evans and Mr. 
Hull that The Emperor was the sire, and it was 
then arranged that* Hull should put the 
admission in writing, in such a way as to do 
Burnell no harm (!), and that Burnell should 
sign it. Mr. Hull in his testimony asserts that 
he drew up the statement for Burnell go sign, 
but the latter declined on the ground that his 
solicitor advised him to go no further in the 
matter. 

When Corsincon's letter appeared m the 
Stock Keeper of Sept. 12, with Hideout's state- 
ment, Burnell got very angry, blamed Mr. 
Evans with inspiring the article, went back on 
all his previous statements, and for the first 
time set up to Mr. Evans that Young Prince 
really was the sire. These are the vital points 
in the evidence so far; minor ones, such as 
Woolmore's anxiety to buy Emperor from 
Evaos, his (Woolmore's) shielding Burnell when 
he embezzled the payments of stud fees due 
the owner of Emperor, etc., need not be quoted. 
Evans and Hull agreed in their testimony 



before the committee, so unless Mr. Evans is 
utterly unworthy of belief, and a most skillful 
forger of papers, his statements, coupled with 
those of Hull and Hideout, are conclusive that 
The Emperor, and not Young Prince, is the sire 
of the Crown Prince litter. Mr. Evans's full 
statement is particularly minute and circum- 
stantial, giving day and date for everything, 
and therefore is somewhat dry reading. 

The Stock Keeper of Dec. 10 contains the 
testimony of Mr. J. H. Hull on the matter. It 
substantiates that of Mr. Evans as to Burnell's 
declarations to them that Emperor was the 
sire. Mr. Dalziel has not produced his own 
evidence yet. being apparently too busy in 
showing up the committee, Burnell, etc; wnich. 
he is doing with an artistic skill and energy 
worthy of the highest admiration. 

Mr. T. W. 4Hen, the former owner, if not 
breeder, of Creole, has a very dignified appeal 
to the committee to be outspoken and straight, 
agreeing in the meanwhile that the evidence is 
all in favor of The Emperor. 

Mr. W. H. Johnston, from whom Mr. Evans 
bought The Emperor, confirms the statement 
that several of the litter had 'Dudley noses.' 7 " 
Messrs. Evans and "Argus" lend efficient aid to 
Mr Dalziel in the onslaught on the committee. 
Finally Dr. Turner, the chairman of the com- 
mittee, asks readers to keep their heads clear 
of the irrelevant side issues that have been 
injected into the matter, until he presents the 
summary of the evidence. It might be 
suggested and should have occurred to Dr. 
Turner that much of this injected matter 
appears only in the report of the committee. 



The English Mastiff. 

BY M. B. WYNN. 

Part 111.— Early History. 

IN the "History of Manchester," by the Rev. 
Whitaker, a curious and rather rare work, 
are some interesting particulars relating to 
British dogs, but the reader must take his re- 
marks in general eum grano salis, many being 
incorrect, illogical and contradictory; at the 
same time the work is an elaborate compila- 
tion of useful and curious matter, collected by 
a credulous writer, gifted with a flowing dic- 
tion, who accepts such doubtful matter as Os- 
sian's Poems as genuine history, and his knowl- 
edge of dogs was plainly very limited. Among 
a tangled mass of historical information on the 
mastiff and bulldog, Whitaker gives the cut of 
a coin of Cunobyline, Pendragon, or head king, 
as his name implies, and father of the well- 
known British prince. Caractacus. This Cuno- 
byline lived in the reigns of Tiberius and Cal- 
igula, and died before the autumn of A. D. 48. 
He was the first to mint money with any im- 
pression on it, having procured artists for his 
mint from the Continent. On one side of the 
coin illustrated in Whitaker is the figure of a 
naked man bearing a club, on the reverse a 
figure seated on an animal. This Whitaker 
states to be the figure of "a British mastiff 
bearing a child on its back." I read this ac- 
count m a MS. copy, kindly pent me by Miss. 
G-. S. Walker, an enthusiastic admirer and 
breeder of the mastiff, as well as being a most 
accomplished lady, gifted with the sounder 
erudition females of the last century not un- 
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if correct I had hit upon unquestionable proof of 
the size and power or the British mastiff or Alan 
(as described by Chaucer as large as a steer), for 
I need hardly say no bulldog could bear even 
a child on its back. But after seeing the cut of 
the coin in Whitaker, which was first engraved 
by Dr. Pettingall, from Mr. Daune's collection, 
I feel reluctantly bound to differ in opinion 
from the learned writers, as to what the im- 
pressions were really intended to represent. 
In all humility I would suggest that the one 
side was in all probability intended to repre- 
sent the British Kin?, or else Hercules, as the 
emblem of power. The reverse, one of the ear- 
liest representations of Britannia seated on the 
lion. I venture this opinion as the figure, in- 
stead of being that of a child, as Whitaker 
hastily concluded from the animal bearing it 
being represented as large, is plainly intended 
to represent a full-grown woman, the paps 
being plainly depicted and largely developed, 
and the wide hips, so distinctive and rightly 
considered a perfection in the female figure, 
and which were early marked by the sculptors 
of Venus. The animal's head might lead one 
to think it was intended for a mastiff ; but, on the 
other hand, the legs would best represent those 
of a horse, but from the peculiar nV ctive curve 
of the tail, in which I think I can trace an in- 
tended representation of the ending leonine 
tuft, I have little doubt what the animal was 
intended to represent. I thus hazard my opin- 
ion against that of Whitaker. feeling I have 
too good a case to risk damaging my evidence 
of what the British mastiff was by using 
•doubtful matter, although it is well to mention 
it, as at any time it may be advanced as cir- 
cumstantial mastiff history. 

It is a recorded saying of the late President 
Garfield: "We cannot study nature profoundly 
without bringing ourselves into communion 
with the spirit of art," and from the potter's 
art we get the earliest examples of the forms of 
the Tnjwfrff while Britain was under Roman 
dominion. The Britons understood the art and 
practiced the labors of pottery, and many of 
Their vessels have descended to us. The prog- 
ress of this art was not equal to that on the 
continent, and under the tutorship of Roman 
or Roman Frisian masters, the Britons learnt 
to glaze and embellish their ornaments with 
figures and carvings. It was not until between 
A. D. 90 and 100, that art and literature spread 
in Britain. Thus we can form a pretty accur- 
ate estimate of about the aee of the "pottery 
bearing the forms of the British mastiff. In the 
parish of Castor, in Northamptonshire, the re- 
mains of a Roman station was found, which 
has been identified as the Durobrivee of Anto- 
ninus, who died A. D. 161. Numerous exam- 
ples of Romano-Brittanic pottery have been 
found at this station, and it is commonly called 
Castor, or Durobrivan ware, and on this ancient 
pottery, which was unquestionably made in 
Britain, and which has been fully treated on 
by Mr. Roach Smith, numerous examples of 
dogs are found, which are so boldly and typi- 
cally rendered, that we may regard them as 
fairly accurate examples of the canine forms of 
that period. These dogs fall usually under two 
distinct vet widely divergent types, namely, 
that of the vertragal or Celtic greyhound, and 
the Pugnaces or mastiff. 
In 1833, E. T. Artis published a work entitled 



"Roman Antiquities: or, the Durobrivae of 
Antoninus Identified." In a series of plates 
illustrative of the excavated remains of that 
Roman station in the parish of Castor, on 
page 48 is figured a vast mastiff attacking a 
none in the flank, showing at once that the 
manner of attack in these ancient British mas- 
tiffs was not the attack of the bulldog, which, 
if pure bred, always flies at the head or throat. 
On page 88 of the same work is another plate, 
showing another of these mastiffs galloping 
after anorse. Judging from the relative size 
of the horses and dogs, which are both very 
carefully and accurately delineated, these dogs 
must have been quite as large as our modern 
mastiffs, and in conformity with all the ex- 
amples I have met with of these early kinds. 
Their heads are broad and short, muzzles short 
and truncated, ears small and partially erect, 
their necks and bodies are massive and limbs 
short and stout, the sterns are fine and the 
tout ensemble is that of long-bodied, muscular, 
heavy mastiffs. The dogs m these scenes were 
plainly used for collecting horses and horned 
cattle out of the woods and pastures, and form 
a very reliable figure of what the breed was 
between A. D. 100 and 150, which we may- 
estimate was about the date of the vessels be- 
ing manufactured. Thesearethe best drawn 
and most reliable evidences I have met with, 
and it would be ridiculous to class such dogs as 
bulldogs, with their vast size, although they 
may have been the common ancestor of both 
of that breed and our mastiffs, if we admit the 
theory that the bulldog is only the British 
mastiff dwarfed by selection in breeding. 

In Roach Smith's work, "Collectanea An- 
tiqua," are some cuts of dogs' heads, figured 
on some of tie Romano-Britannic pottery. On 
page 10, No. 24, is one of these large-headed 
mastiffs, the muzzle being blunt, short and 
heavy, the underiaw being very massive, with 
an exceedingly broad mouth and seemingly 
undershot. This dog seems to have had some 
rough hair about the neck, which lion-like 
mane we see depicted in Hogarth's bulldog, 
and which was formerly a very common fea- 
ture both in the mastiff and bulldog. It is 
worthy of remark that the ears are plainly 
figured as cropped. The custom of shaving 
the beard in man, docking horses' tails and 
cropping dogs' ears and tails, appear all to have 
been of Roman origin. The earliest record 
that we have of docking a dog's tail, was the 
action of Alcibiades, who cut off his dog's tail 
to give the Athenians something to talk about. 
On page 11, No. 814, of Mr. Smith's work, is the 
head of a mastiff on the handle of some uten- 
sil. The ear is uncropped, of medium size, and 
Stinted backward. The only other feature par- 
cularly worthy of note in this, is the heavy, 
blunt muzzle, tn the "Archselogica Cantiana" 
is a plate lithographed by Thos. Keg, of Lon- 
don, from drawings by Humphrey Wickham, 
from a Romano-Britannic pottery vessel in the 
collection of Mr. Teanby. Mr. Wickham 
kindly furnished me with a tracing and par- 
ticulars. The subject is an embossed hunting 
scene. The dog is chasing a hind. This is a 
very rough piece of art compared to the fore- 
going, and possibly partly distorted by the 
action of firing. The dog is quite as large as 
the hind, has a large, short head, with the 
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from the exertion of the chase, the neck 
■and shoulders are vast, limbs short and stern 
fine. 

Rough as it is, the type is precisely the same 
«s the mastiffs depicted on the Castor ware. 
It may be thought that a mastiff would be too 
■slow a dog to catch a hind, and no doubt, 
owing to bad rearing and over-feeding render- 
ing them more like slow pigs than gladiators, 
the majority of show mastiffs would be so ; but 
some three years since, when walking through 
a deer park, I came across a fawn asleep; it 
started up under my feet and bounded off at a 
great pace, my mastiff dog, Young King IL, 
giving chase, and although I called to him to 
stop, it was of no avail. I shall never forget 
the beautiful, yet to me sad, sight. The little 
creature made straight off to the main herd, 
while the dog kept on after it right through 
them all, singling it out and continuing the 

Sursuit in the open. But what was the most 
eartrending part was hearing the piteous cries 
of the little animal, and seeing its mother cir- 
cling round and round it, trying to baffle the 
dog, who, however, much to my surprise, 
literally chased it down and worried it sav- 
agely, threatening to do the same to the dam 
as she stood gazing at him and stamping her 
feet. He was a remarkably well-grown, active 
.specimen, and usually of a most gentle and 
obedient disposition. 

In order to show that the mastiff-like dogs on 
the Romano-Britannic ware were not merely a 
•conventional form of the potter artist, Mr. 
Wickham forwarded me a tracing of a draw- 
ing made from some of this early British pot- 
tery, on which are depicted the vast Celtic 
greyhounds. There are two scenes— both stags 
being chased by three gigantic greyhounds — 
the action of the stags is peculiarly spirited 
and true to life. In one the stag is looking back 
at the long dog dashing after him, in the other 
there arc two dogs. The former has just seized 
the stag by the hock (a mode of attack peculiar 
to the Scotch deerhound to this day), the other 
dog is rushing up from behind. The three 
dogs are all remarkably similar in type, which 
is that of the greyhound; but the dogs are 
longer and as large as the stags themselves. 
The .delineation of both dogs and sta^s is 
remarkably fine. 

Before concluding these remarks it is only 
fail- to the enthusiastic antiquarian, Mr. Wick- 
ham, to state that, although a stranger, he very 
•courteously assisted me to much of the forego- 
ing information respecting this early pottery 
on which he was quite an authority. Some 
account of the early British mastiff and two 
figures of the same are given in "The Kelt, the 
Roman and the Saxon," by Wright, published 
1852, pages 207, 208, 211 and 212. There are 
also some of these British mastiffs figured on 
some Romano-Britannic pottery in the museum 
of British curiosities at York. In a work en- 
titled "Old England," under Bestiaria, is given 
the cut of a large mastiff chained by the neck 
to a band round the body of a bull. The dog 
is in the act of flying at a man in front, while 
the bull is following him, and a man behind 
is running after it with a whip. This dog, quite 
as large as our modern mastiff, was a short- 
headed, blunt-muzzled, fur-coated animal, and 
has been regarded (on what autharity I am 
unaware) as a specimen imported from Britain. 



However, it is a conclusive proof of the mas- 
tiffs existence previous to A.D, 79. 

Mr. Vero Shaw, in his "Book on the Dog," 
gives a cut of two early mastiffs, Ignoranuy 
termed Canes molossi. They are from J. F. 
Reidel's "Icones Animalium." which work is 
in the British Museum. Both these dogs have 
large heads, short, blunt, truncated, and some- 
what turn-up muzzles, both are large animals, 
leggy, and totally different from the bulldog in 
body. Their ears are cropped, as shown in the 
Durobrivan specimen, and their sterns are fine 
and long. I have purposely somewhat extended 
these remarks in order to show that at the time 
of the Roman dominion over this country, we 
possessed dogs of distinctive mastiff character, 
and of large size, at least from twenty-seven 
to thirty inches at shoulder, and that Colonel 
Hamilton Smith made a hasty and incorrect 
conjecture, that at the time of the Roman 
supremacy over this country, but one breed of 
broad-mouthed dogs existed, which were a sort 
of large bulldog, in fact the bulldog of that 
date, and other writers of less authority have 
fallen into the same error and have extended 
and exaggerated it. 

National Field Trials. 

THE annual meeting of the newly named 
National Field Trials Club, began at Can- 
ton, Miss., on Dec. 8, and the stakes decided 
were the All-Aged and the Fifth American 
Derby, of which the following are summaries: 

ALL-AGED STAKE. 

Open to all setters and pointers. $250 to first, 
$150 to second, $100 to third $25 each, $10 for- 
feit. Twenty-one nominations. 
First Round. 

J. M. A vent's lemon and white setter bitch 
Bessie A. (Dashing Lion— Armida) beat 

J. E. GhT8 lemon and white pointer dog 
Richmond (Don — Beulah). 

Col. W. E. Hughes' liver and white pointer 
dog Meteor (Garnet — Jilt) beat 

W. F. Edward's red and white setter dog 
Clay (Joe, Jr.— Fannie). 

P. H. & D. Bryson's black, white and tan 
setter bitch Lillian (Gladstone — Sue) beat 

J. L. Valentine's red and white setter dog 
Gus Campbell (Joe, Jr. — Fannie). 

B. M. Stephenson's black, white and tan 
setter bitch Lady C. (Coleman's London— Belle 
of Hatchie) beat 

W. B. Mallory's black, white and tan setter 
bitch Lady Lee (Gath— Juno II.). 

W. B. Gates's black, white and tan setter 
dog Paul Gladstone (Gladstone— Lavalette) 
beat 

Dr. A. F. McKinney's black and white setter 
dog Billy Gates (Count Rapier— Kate B.). 

Dr. G. G. Ware's black, white and tan setter 
dog Gladstone's Boy (Gladstone— Sue) beat 

W. B. Gates's black, white and tan setter 
bitch Medora (Gladstone — Carrie J.). 

W. B. Gates's black and white setter dog 
Count Rapier (Druid— rMagnolia) beat 

Dr. S. Fleet Speir's black, white and tan 
setter dog St. Elmo IV. (St. Elmo— Clio). 
Second Round. 

Gladstone's Boy beat Meteor. 

Lady C. beat Lillian. 

Paul Gladstone beat Bessie A. 

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Third Round. 
Gladstone's Boy beat Count Rapier. 
Paul Gladstone beat Lady C. 

Final Heat. 
Paul Gladstone beat Gladstone's Boy and 
won first. 

Ties for Second Place. 
Lady C. beat Bessie A. 

Lady C. beat Gladstone's Boy and won sec- 
ond. 

Ties for Third Place. 
Lillian beat Bessie A. 
.Lillian and Gladstone's Boy divided third. 

FIFTH AMERICAN DERBY. 

Open to all setter and pointer puppies, 
whelped on or after Jan. 1, 1883. $20 each. 
$250 to first, $150 to second. $100 to third. $5 
forfeit Closed April 2 with eighty-eight nomi- 
nations. 

First Round. 

P. H. & D. Bryson's black, white and tan 
setter bitch Lillian (Gladstone— Sue), whelped 
Aug. 21, 1888, beat 

Dr. J. N. Mackin's lemon and white setter 
bitch Gem (Gladstone - Gazelle), whelped April 
16, 1888. 

J. M. A vent's lemon and white setter bitch 
Bessie (Gladstone— Bessie A.) : whelped Oct. 5, 
1883. beat 

Dr. A. F. McKinney's black and white setter 
dog Billy Gates (Count Rapier— Kate B.), 
whelped Aug. 21, 1883. 

E. M. Usher's lemon and white setter dog 
Richmond (Sergeant— Eva), whelped April 22, 
1888, beat 

J. W. Renfroe's black, white and tan setter 
dog Paul Jones (Baden Baden— Daisy Royal), 
whelped Dec. 3, 1883. 

W. B. Mallory's black, white and tan setter 
bitch Lady Lee (Gath-^Juno II.), whelped 
June 10, 1883, beat 

Rose Reisinger's black and white setter bitch 
Anue Boleyn (Dash III.— Isabella), whelped 
March 23, 1883. 

Gates and Merriman's black, white and tan 
setter dog Roderigo (Count Noble— Twin Maud), 
whelped April 1, 1883, beat 

J. w. Renfroe's black, white and tan setter 
dog Jim Bludsoe (Baden Baden— Daisy Royal), 
whelped Dec. 3, 1888. 

Major J. W. Murnan's black, white and tan 
setter dog Sportsman (Gladstone — Sue), 
whelped Aug. 21, 1883, beat 

John E. Gill's lemon and white pointer dog 
Richmond (Don— Beulah), "whelped July 27, 
1883. * 

Rogers & Dalton's black and white setter 
dog Morse (Gladstone— Nellie), whelped Oct. 
16,1883, beat 

W. B. Mallory's black, white and tan setter 
dog Surrey (Gath— Juno II.), whelped June 10, 

.Dr. Geo. G. Ware's black, white and tan set- 
ter dog Gladstone's Boy (Gladstona— Sue), 
whelped Jan. 10, 1883. beat 

Dr. Otto Moebes's black, white and tan set- 
ter bitch Maud B. (Rollo — Morgo), whelped 
June 1, 1888. 

B. P. Price's black, white and tan setter bitch 



Queen Bess (Gladstone— Donna J.), whelped 
June 28, 1883, beat 

J. M. Avent's lemon and white setter bitch. 
Annie Morgan (Gladstone— Bessie A.), whelped 
Oct. 5, 188ST 

W. B. Gates's black, white and tan setter 
bitch Medora (Gladstone— Carrie J.), whelped 
July 2, 1883, beat 

J. M. Avent's black, white and tan setter dog- 
Index (Gladstone — Countess Druid), whelped 
July 10, 1883. 

L. F. Patterson's black, white and tan setter 
dog Blackstone (Roy— Gretchen), whelped June 
3, 1888, beat 

W. J. Crawford's black, white and tan setter 
dog Lexington (Gath— Juno II.), whelped June 
10,1883. 

Gates & Merriman's black, white and tan 
setter dog Colonel Cool (Gath— lit), whelped 
June 3, 1888, a bye. 

Second Round. 

Lady Bessie beat Colonel Cool. 

Lillian beat Richmond. 

Sportsman beat Lady Lee. 

Roderigo beat Morse. 

Gladstone's Boy beat Medora, 

Blackstone beat Queen Bess (withdrawn). 
Third Round. 

Blackstone beat Lady Bessie. 

Sportsman beat Lillian. 

Gladstone's Boy beat Roderigo. 
Fourth Round. 

Sportsman beat Blackstone. 

Gladstone's Boy a bye. 

Final Heat. 

Sportsman beat Gladstone's Boy and won. 
Tie for Second and Third. 

Gladstone's Boy heat Lillian and won second. 

Lillian and Medora divided third. 



Southern Field Trials. 

THE field trials held under the management 
of the Southern Sportsmen's Association, 
were decided at Canton, Miss., the week fol- 
lowing the National Club meeting, three stakes 
being decided as follows, commencing with the* 
Derby on Dec. 15. 

FOUTHERN SPORTSMEN'S ASSOCIATION'S DERBY. 

Open to pointer and setter puppies whelped 
on or after Jan. 1, 1883. $200 to first, $100 to 
second, $50 to third ; $10 each, $5 forfeit; 41 
nominations. 

First Round. 

P. H. & D. Bryson's black, white and tan 
setter bitch Lillian (Gladstone— Sue), whelped 
Aug. 21, 1883, beat 

W m. Titterington's liver and white pointer 
dog Trinket's Bang (Croxteth— Trinket), 
whelped Feb. 17, 1883. 

E. M. Usher's lemon and white setter dog; 
Richmond (Sergeant— Eva), whelped May lC 
1888, beat 

H. Fontaine's black, white and tan setter 
bitch Tangipahoe (Gladstone— Flossy), whelped 
April 21, 1883. 

W. B. Gates's black, white and tan setter 
bicch Medora (Gladstone— Carrie J.), whelped 
July 22, 1883, beat 

J. M. Avent's lemon and white setter bitch. 
Anna Morgan (Gladstone— Bessie A.), whelped 
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Dr. G. G. Ware's black, white and tan setter 
<iog Gladstone's Boy (Gladstone— Sue), whelped 
■Jan. 10, 1888, beat 

J. M. Avent's black, white and tan setter doe 
Index (Gladstone— Countess Druid), whelped 
July 10, 1883. 

Dr. A. F. McKinney's black and white set- 
ter dog Billy Gates (Count Rapier— Kate B.), 
whelped Aug. 21. 1888, beat 

J. M. Avent's lemon and white setter bitch 
jL«ady Bessie (Gladstone— Bessie A.), whelped 
Oct. 5, 1888. 

W. B. Gates's black, white and tan setter dog 
Colonel Cool (Gath— Lit), whelped June 3, 1883, 
4M. bye. 

Second Bound, 

Gladstone's Boy beat Colonel Cool. 

Medora beat Richmond. 

Billy Gates beat Lillian. 

Third Round. 

Gladstone's Boy beat Medora. 

Billy Gates a bye. 

Final Heat. 

Gladstone's Boy beat Billy Gate; and won 
first 

Ties for Second Place. 

Colonel Cool beat Medora. 

Billy Gates beat Colonel Cool and won sec- 
ond. 

Ties for Third Place. 

Lillian and Colonel Cool divided third. 

ALL-AGED STAKE. 

Open to all setters and pointers ; $250 to first, 
$160 to second, $100 to third; entrance $15; 
twenty entries. 

First Round. 

W. B. Gates's black, white and tan setter 
bitch Medora (Gladstone— Carrie J.) beat 

W. Coleman's black, white and tan setter 
dog London (Gladstone— Clip), withdrawn. 

Dr. A. F. McKinney's black and white setter 
dog Billy Gates (Count Rapier— Kate B.) beat 

J. M. Avent's lemon ana white setter bitch 
Bessie A. (Dashing Lion— Armida). 

J. M. Avent's black setter bitch Ress (Mark 
—Vic) beat 

W. P. Edwards's red setter dog Clay (Joe, 
Jr.— Fannie). 

J. W. Murnan's black, white and tan setter 
dog Sportsman (Gladstone— Sue) beat 

Dr. S. Fleet Speir's black, white and tan set- 
ter dog St Elmo V. (St. Elmo IV.— Countess 
Louise). 

W. B. Gates's black, white and tan setter 
dog Paul Gladstone (Gladstone— Lavalette) beat 

Bayard Thayer's black and tan setter dog 
Slocum (Turk— Beauty). 

B. M. Stephenson's black, white and tan set- 
ter bitch Lady C. (Coleman's London— Belle of 
Hatchie), beat 

Col. W. E. Hughes' liver and white pointer 
dog Meteor (Garnet— Gilt). 

Dr. S. Fleet Speir's black, white and tan set- 
ter dog General Arthur (Emperor Fred- 
Wanda), beat 

W. B. Gates' black and white setter dog 
Count Rapier (Druid— Magnolia). 

Gates & Merriman's black, white and tan 
setter dog Colonel Cool (Gath —Lit), beat 

Bayard Thayer's lemon and white pointer 
bitch Rue (Snapshot— Ruby). 



Dr. S. Fleet Speir's black, white and tan set- 
ter dog St. Elmo IV. (St. Elmo— Clio), beat 

John E. Gill's lemon and white pointer dog 
Richmond (Don— Beulah). 

Dr. G. £>. Ware's black, white and tan setter 
dog Gladston's Boy (Gladstone— Sue), beat 

P. H. & C Bryson's black, white and tan set- 
ter bitch Lillian (Gladstone— Sue). 
Second Round. 

Ress beat Medora. 

Billy Gates beat Sportsman 

Paul Gladstone beat Lady C. 

Gen. Arthur beat Col. Cool. 

Gladstone's Boy beat St. Elmo IV. 
Third Round. 

Ress beat Billy Gates. 

Paul Gladstone beat Gen. Arthur. 

Gladstone's Boy a bye. 

Fourth Round. 

Ress beat Gladstone's Boy. 

Paul Gladstone a bye. 

Final Heat. 

Paul Gladstone beat Bess (withdrawn) and 
won first. 

Tie for Second Place. 

Gladstone's Boy beat Billy Gates. 

Lady C. a bye. 

Gladstone's Boy beat Lady C. and won sec- 
ond. 

Ties for Third Place. 

Billy Gates and Lady C. divided third. 

THE AMATEUB CUP. 

Open to amateurs who have never trained 
dogs for a consideration. Dogs to be owned 
and handled by amateur sportsmen. Entrance 
$5, two entries: 

B. M. Stephenson's black, white and tan set- 
ter bitch Lady C. (Coleman's London— Belle 
of Hatchie) beat 

Dr. G. G. Ware's black, white and tan setter 
dog Gladstone's Boy (Gladstone— Sue). 



Taunton Dog Show. 

THE Southern Massachusetts Poultry Associ- 
ation held their third dog show at Taunton, 
Mass., Dec. 16 to 19. All classes were judged 
by Dr. Geo. Walton, of Boston. 
AWARDS. 

ENGLISH SETTERS. -CHAMPioN-Blackstone Ken- 
nels (Foreman).— Oms—Dogs: 1st. Biackstone Ken- 
nels (Mack B.); Sd and 3d, H. K. Richmond (Pindee 
and Sport). Bitches: 1st, Biackstone Kennels (For- 
est Dora); 2d, E. F. Rose (Belle Berwyn); 8d, W. E. 
June (8tar). Puppies: 1st, G. W. Lovell (Bill); 2d, H. 
S. Hart (Prince): M, E. Bosi (Prince). 

IRISH 8ETTER8.— Dogs: 1st, C. W. Rnedenburg 
(Chip). 2d, Mrs. H. Edwards (Dash). Bitches: 1st, G. 
T. Lincoln (Juno). 

GORDON SETTERS.— Champion— Hillside Kennels 
(Argus).— Ormm — Dogs: 1st. Quhraebaug Kenneis 
(Gem); Sd, E. A. Pratt (Ben Butler). Bitches: 1st, E. 
A. Pratt (Rhoda); 2d, Quinnebaug Kennels (Gypsy). 
Puppies: 3d, Quinnebaug Kennels (Bobolink). 

POINTERS.— Z>O0«: 1st, J. B. Woodward (Pug); 3d, 
G. L. Smith (Coronet); 8d. S. A. Lincoln (Bingo). 
Bitches: 1st, Biackstone Kennels (Dora); 2d, J. B. 
Smith (Reseie); 81. S. A. Lincoln (Fan). Puppies: 1st, 
G. F. Lincoln (Trim). 

SPANIELS. Othbr than Black— Ova* 88lbs.— 
1st and 2d, G. W. Lovell (Romp and Jockey).— Undkb 
26LB8.— 1st, W. H. Moore (Daisy).— Black— Oyer 
28lbs.— 1st, W. A. Partridge (Critic). - Undkb 28lbs. 
-1st, W. A. Partridge (Helen); 2d, B. Pardom (Young 
Bob). 



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FOXHOUNDS.— Dogs: 1st, A. F. Sprague (Rover); 
2d and 3d, A. H. Dore (Spot and Pilot). Bitches. 1st, 
J. F. Paine (Belle) ; 2d, W. Westgate (Flora). Puppies: 
1st and 2d, Pike & Fuller (Captain and Pilot) ; 8d. W. 
H. C. Pike (Tom). 

BEAGLES.— 1st, G. Bosi (Bock). 

FOX TERRIERS. -1st and 2d, Hillside Kennels 
(Baby Tyrant and Jaunty); 84, J. O. Dean (Basil). 

GREYHOUNDS.— lst,F. S. Keith (Scott); 2d, J. 
Welch (Bill); 8d, H. A. Woodward. 

SCOTCH DEERHOUNDS.-lst, 2d and 8d, Hillside 
Kennels (Bran, Lorna and Lance). 

MASTIFFS.— Dogs: 1st, 8haw & Bates (Duke of 
Kent). Bitches: 1st. Shaw & Bates (Delph Viva). 
Puppies: 1st, Shaw & Bates (Dictator). 

ST. BERNARDS.— Rough Coated— 1st, Chequasset 
Kennels (Hermit). 

NEWFOUNDLANDS.— 1st. J. H. McOool (Prince); 
2d, A. Dexter (Jeff); 8d, E. W. Morris (Pink). 

COLLIES.— Dogs: 1st, F. L. Fish (Laddie); 2d, A. 
B. Wordell (Roscoe). Bitches: 1st, W. K. Tallman 
(Queen); 2d and 8d, A. B. Wordell (Fannie and Jen- 
nie). Puppies: 1st, J. H. Wordell (Captain); 2d, J. 
D. Falconer (Maida). 

BULLDOGS.— 1st and 2d, Hillside Kennels (Tippoo 
and Romulus). Bitches: 1st and 2d, Hillside Kennels 
(Bellissima and Juno). 

BULL-TERRIERS.— Dogs: 1st, T. R. Varick (Dutch, 
Jr.). Bitches: 1st, S. Withers (Heel). 

PUGS.— Champion— Chequasset Kennels (Treasure). 
— Open— Dogs: 1st, Chequasset Kennels (Young 
Toby). Bitches: 1st, G. A. Pratt (Dido); 2d. Forest 
City Kennels (Dolly); 3d, Chequasset Kennels (Tan- 
trums). Puppies: 1st, Forest City Kennels (Almah) ; 
2d, Chequasset Kennels (Tra-la-la). 

SKYE TERRIERS.— 1st, W. J. Comstock (Souter 
Johnnie). 

YORKSHIRE TERRIERS.— OverBlbs.- 1st, D. H. 
Rothwell (Dan;. 

ROUGH HAIRED TERRIERS.— 1st, A. Priestly 
(Sir Garnet). 

TERRIERS.— Except Yorkshires— Under 5lbs.— 
1st, A. G. Francis (Prince). 

KING CHARLES OR BLENHEIM SPANIELS.— 
1st, W. Mason (Dotlet). 

POODLES.— 1st, E. P. Motley (Imp). 



Meriden Dog Show. 

npHE aDnual dog show held in connection 
4. with the Meriden Poultry Show, took 
place on Jan. 1 and 2. Dr. Walton, of Boston, 
made the following 

AWARDS. 

ENGLISH SETTERS.— Dogs: 1st, G. E. Osborn 
(Brant); 2d, F. A. Cannon (Yale Belton). Very high 
com., John Thomas (Carl). Bitches: 1st, G. E. Os- 
born (Desdemona); 2d, F. A. Can god (Clara). Very 
high com., Wilbur flail (Belle). Puppies: 1st, W. E. 
Miller (Speckle); 2d, L. J. Gaines (Nlmrod). 

IRISH SETTERS.— 1st, J. G. Griswold (Major). 

GORDON SETTERS.-DO0*.- 1st, Charles R. Tay- 
lor (Gem). Bitches: 1st and 2d, Charles R. Taylor 
(Rhoda and Rose). Puppies: 1st, Charle? R. Taylor 
(Topsy). 

POINTERS.— Dogs: 1st, J. F. Ives (Peter); 2d, D. 
C. Burroughs (Buff). Bitches: 1st, Frank Stevenson 
(Minstrel): 2d, W. J. Rematti (Fairest), Very high 
com., O. B. Dall (Susan. Jane). Puppies: 1st, I. L. 
Barker (Shot). 

FOXHOUNDS.- Dogs: 1st, E. A. Birdsey (Music); 
2d, E. A. Birdsey (Spot). Very high com., Curtis 

Rockwell (Guess*. Bitches: X C. Bingham — . 

ydRjrYHOUNDS.-lst, Dr. 0. F. Coe (Paris); 2d, 
Elm City Kennels (Dan). . 

. BEAGLES.— 1st, E. J. Perkins (Gyp). 



CLUMBER SPANIELS.-Z)oo«; 1st, Geo. M. Lovell 
(Jockey). Bitches: 1st, Geo. M. Lovell (Romp). 

COCKER SPANIEL8.-lst,W. O. Partridge (Helen). 
9 BULL-TERRIERS. -Dogs: lst,T.R Varick (Dutch 
Jr.); 2d, F. F. Dole (Young Bill). Bitches: 1st, FVcl 
Dole (Scarlet IIA Puppies: 1st. R. & W. Livingston 
(Criterion); ffd, F. C. Dole (Scarlet IIL). 

TOY TERRIERS.— 1st, T. A. W. Batten (Tiny)- 2d 
R. & W. Livingston (Daisy). K 7) * **" 

ROUGH-HAIRED TERRIERS.-lst, A. Priestly (Sir 
Garnet). ^ v 

SCOTCH TERRIERS.— 1st, withheld; 2d, A. F. HaH 

(Fanny). 

FOX-TERRIERS. -1st. Dr. Bland ( ). 

JE 1108 *T l8t ' Geor « e J «P*» (Nip); 2d, R. E. Clark 
(Charcoal). 

, n 9°w¥ jI ??-~ i >* p ^ l8t md *>• w *rd Powell 
(Highland Lassie and Sandy). Very high com.. Elnx 
City Kennels (Leila). * ^^ 

SPECIAL PREMIUMS. 

^.?t 8t ^°R 0f ftny broed i °- E - Osborn's Brant; best 
bitch, F. Stevenson's Minstrel. 



Osborn's Desdemona: puppy. W. E. Miller's 8peckle 
Best LlewelUn setter. G . E . Osborn's Brant 
Best setter puppy owned in Meriden, W. E. Miller's 

TJest bull-terrier. T. R. Varick's Dutch, Jr. 
Best collie. Ward Powell's Highland Lassie 
Best spaniel. W. O. Partridge's Helen. 
Be«t black and tan. T. A. W. Batten's Tiny 
Best fox-terrier. Dr. Bland. 
Best beagle. E. J. Perkins. 
Best foxhound, E. A. Birdsey 's Music 
Best pug, George Jepson's Nip. 

Fixtures. 

A Feb ',l. t 2-A 1 T' N " w York Fliers' Club, Third 
Annual Exhibition of non -sporting does. Mr Ohas 
Harker, Secrtary, 62 Cortiandt street, 

Jan 10 to J8.— World's Exposition Bench Show. 
New Orleans, La. * 

Jan. 27, 38, 29 and 80.— New Brunswick Poultry 
ard Pet Stock Association. Mr. H. W. Wisson, Sec- 
retary, St. Johns, N. B. ' - 

March 8, 4, 6 and 6, 1885.— Cincinnati Sportsman's 
Club dog show, Cincinnati, Ohio. Mr. W. A. Coster 
Superintendent. 

March 18, 19, 20.— New Haven Kennel Club. Mr. 
E. S. Porter. Secretary. 

April 7 to 10, 1985.-New England Kennel Club. 
Mr. J. A. Nickers»n, Secretary, 159A Tremont street. 

St. Bernard Club Show. 

THIRD annual show of the St. Bernard Do* 
Club, Nov. 5, 6 and 7, in the Riding School, 
Kmghxsbridge, London, England. 
AWARDS. 
ROUGH OR LONGCOATED.-CaAMPioN-Doo*- 
C. Macdona (Bayard); extra. S. W. Smii.h (Valentine)*. 
Bitches: 1st, W. G. Marshall (Cloister). tuvuuu9t * 
SMOOTH OR SHORT-COATED. — Chamwon-^ 
Dogs: 1st. W. Wells (Beauchlef). Bitches: J. Ed- 
wards (Amy). 

ROUGH OR LONG-COaTED,-Over 18 Months— 
Dogs: 1st, S. W. Smith (Duke of Wellington): 2d, L. 
Oppenheim (Sultan HI.); 8d, A. Ward (Landgrave)- 
4cb, H. J. PullJames (Grip). Very high com. and re- 
S? rve *Jk K - Kaye (R%nt Hon. wTe. Gladstone). 
Very high com., H. I, Betterton (Correze), T. H. 
Goodwin (The Hermit), W. B. Megone (Ivanhoe), and 
W. M. Pothecary (Pikrim). High com., H. W. Field 
Jf^'k* 1 ™-, F - A - Madkey (Musgrave), J. L. Pank 
(Rip), R. Primrose (Roy), F. Robinson (Garnet), H. 
G. Sweet (Valour) and H. B. Wood (Nero HI.). Com., 
J. Coyle (Bayard HI.), £, Cuming (Erio), and W. O. 



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Hug hes- Hughes (Grandee). Bitches: 1st and cup and 
2d, L. C. R. Norrls-Blye (La Mascotte and Crevasse 
EL); equal 2d, S. W. Smith (Lady Eva, late Eadeva): 
4th. F. E. Column (Maggiore). very high com. and 
reserve, W. Wells (Bertha). Very nigh com., Rev. 



F. K Elton (Ethel win), T. Hall (Bessie II.). W. B. 
Megone (Countess of Beaufort). Dr. W. T. Sheppard 
(Thetis), and S. Smith (Bellona). High com , R. Bar- 
rett (Muriel H ), G. Ferguson (Old Hilda). T. King (2) 
(Dacia andLucilla), ana Rev. C. J. Marshall (Brenda 
of Bengeo). Com., H. G Sweet (St. Marguerite) and 

F. F. Worthington (Beaufort). 

SMOOTH OR SHORT-COATED.— Over 18 months 
ouo—Dogs: 1st and 2d, J. H. Murchison (Sirins and 
Dignity); 8d, J. F. Howorth (Lord Wolseley). High 
com., w. J. Ingram (Leon). Com., C Macdona 
(Bern). Bitches: 1st, W. B. Megone (Bon-Bon) ; 2d, 
Mrs. F. A. Mackey (Moira); 8d and very high com., 
J. H. Murchison (Madeline, late Boh and Marie). 
High com., T. H. Goodwin (Nell Gwynne) and H. G. 
Sweet (Daphne;. Com., B. E. Clark (Nun). 

ROUGH Oft LONG-COATED.— Between 12 and 
18 months old— Dog*.* 1st, cud and grand challenge 
cup, Rev. A. Carter (Plinlimmon); 2d, withheld; 
8d, Miss C. L. Arthv (Selim). High com., Lord 
Camoys (Ois), J. F. MacJdllop (Challenger) and A. M. 
Marsaen (Prince Charming). Bitches: 1st and two 
cups, Rev. A. Carter (Ttaisbe); 2d, S. W. Smith (Duch- 
ess of Leeds); 8d, J, Goodwin (Druidess). Very high 
com., T. Hal) (Merry Duchess). High com., C. Mac- 
dona (St. Bride) and F. Conyers (Little Sister). Com., 
E. M. Lombard! (Stella). 

SMOOTH OR SHORT-COATED.— Dogs: 1st, W. 
Nixon (King Victor); 2d,E. Waugh tBeltran). Hlarh 
com., J. H. Murchison (Norman). Com.. C. Macdona 
(Snowstorm). Bitches.' 1st, F. E. Colman (St. Ber- 
nardine); 8d, H. L Betterton (Wanda). High com., 
J. H. Murchison (Enid). 

ROUGH OR LONG-COATED.— Between 6 and 12 
Months— Dogs: 1st, W. G. Marshall (Glengarry): 2d, 
J. Fox (Darby); 8d, J. C. Davies (Don Pedro). Very 
high com. and reserve, L. C. R. Norri&h Elye (Mudir). 
Very bigb com., J. R. O'Reilly (2) (Masher and Bosoo 
H.). Bitches: 1st, a Smith (Rucina); 2d, W. Porter 
(Royalty); 3d, and very high com. and reserve, S. 
Smith (Mena and Levana). Very high com.. J. C. 
Davies (Donna Anna). High com., T. D. Dutton 
(Grace). 

SMOOTH OR ROUGH-COATED.-Z>O0«: 1st and 
2d, L. Oppenheim (Cosmo and Benedict). High 
com., W. w. Graham (Bos*). Com., F. Cressweli 
(Tiger). Bitches: 1st and cup, L. Oppenheim (Lady 
Superior); 2d, W. Wells (Abbey). High cos.. Rev. 

G. Bolton (Freda, late Edith). Com.. J. H. Murchi- 
son (Marchioness). 

ROUGH OR LONG-COATED.— Between 2 and 6 
Months Old— 1st, S. W. Smith (The Earl); equal 2d, 
Mrs. T. King (Melita) and W. Wells (Hero). Very 
high com.. Miss M. A. Elton (Alric), W. M. Pothecary 
(Paladin), Dr. E. Roberts (The Prior). 

SMOOTH OR 8HORT-COATED.— Between 2 and 
• Months Old— 1st. Rev. E. W. Bowling (St Blaise); 
2d, very high com., high com., and com., G. N. 
Wyatt (Three, Four , One, Two). 

LITTER OF PUPPIES.— 1st. J. Jones: 2d, H. J. 
Betterton; 8d. H. Towsley, and W. V. Carr. Very 
high com.. Dr. A. Pring. High com., J. C. Col am. 
Oom-C. 8. Bates. 

STUD DOGS (to be shown with two or more of 
their produce).— 1st, C. Macdona (champion Bayard); 
2d, W M. Pothecary (Pilgrim). Very high com., W. 
A. Stuckey (Hector II.). 

• BROOD BITCHES (to be shown with two or more of 
their produce).— T. Hall (Bessie H.): 2d T. H. Good- 
win (Irene). Very high com. and reserve, H. I. Bet- 
terton (champion Madam). Very high com., R. Bar- 
ret (Muriel H,). 

NOVICE CLASS.— Rough- or Smooth— Dogs: 1st, 
S. W. 8mlth (Merchant Prince); 2d, W. A. Stuckey 
(Hector II.) ; 8d, W. Nixon (King Victor). Very high 
coin., F. Robinson (Garnet). High com, J. L. Bank 
(Rip). Com., J. W. Fry (Glenbarron), O. Macdona 
(Gordon), and W. G. Marshall (Glengarry). Bitches: 



1st, S. W. Smith (Lady Eva); 2d. Rev. C. J. Marshall 
Brenda of Bengeo); Sd, T. Hall (Merry Duchess). 
Very high com., F. Conyers (Little Si-ter). High 
com.. Rev. B. W. Bovltng (alba); G. W. Marsden,. 
Jr. (Aurora), and J. H. Murchison (Marie). Com., J. 
W. Bashford (AXda); Rev. G. Bolton (Fred, late Edith)' 
and H. G. Sweet (Pandora). 

SELLINC CLASS.— 1st, H. P. and P. J. Charles 
(Mont Leo); 2d, C. Macdona (Jolly Friar); 8d, M. 
Cather (prince Rupert). Very high com.. G. E„ 
Devereux (Nestor). High com.. Miss A. J. Walker 
(Rufus). Com., Major Of. A. Macgregor (Romeo) and 
J. H Rutherglen (Barrister). 

Birmingham Dog Show. 

THE twenty-fifth annual exhibition of sport- 
ing and non-sporting dogs was held by 
the National Dog Show Society in Curzon Hall, 
Birmingham, on Dec. 1 to 4. The entries com- 
prised 9o6 animals. Below we give a full list 
of 

AWARDS. 
BLOODHOUNDS.— Champion— Prize, J. C. Tinker 
(Duncan).— Open— Dogs: 1st. J. Harrison (Dorset), 
Very high com. and reserve, R. H. Wright (Hector). 
High com., G. H. Salisbury (Marquis), Bitches: 1st, 
O.Hulton (Helen II.). 

DEERHOUNDS.— Champion— 1st and Spratts's cup,. 
G. W. Hickman (champion Lord of the Isles).— Open 
—Dogs: 1st. Mrs. A.A. Corder (Warwick); 2d,F. Dug- 
dale (Corrie IIA Very high com. and reserve, H. 
Symonds (Petherton). Com., Lady Lambert (Glen 
Enuicb); H. F. de Taflord (Oscar), and H. P. Parkes 
(Gunnar). Bitches: 1st, W. Got don (Beatrice); 3d, 
G. W. Hickman (Barra). High com.. Lord Fitzbard- 
inge (Morven). and Mrs. A. M. Turnbull (Lufra). 

GREYHOUNDS.— Onx-Dogs: 1st, H. P. and P. 
J. Charles (Memnon); 3d, M. T. Clark (Colonist)* 
Very high com. and reserve, Marquis of Anglesey 
(Assegai). Bitches: 1st and hotel proprietors' cup, 
H. P. and P. J. Charles (Acalia): 2d. R Lloyd (Chan- 
cery). High com. and reserve, T. B. Swinburne 
(Rose Marie). Com. H. P. &P. J.Charles (Lancashire 
Witch). 

OTTERHOUNDS— 1st, J. C. Carrick (Danger); 2d, 
very high com. and reserve, and high com., E. H. 
Wilson (Bugleman, Sultan and Ragman). Com., J. 
C. Carrick (Swimmer), and E. H. Wilson (Songstress). 
A very good class. 

BEAGLES.— Dogs: No entry. Bitches: Prize, C. H, 
Beck (Abigail). Com. H. W. Mayow (Countess H.). 

FOX-TERRIERS. - Smooth-Champion — Prise, A . 
H. Clarke (Brokenhurst Rally). Very high com. and 
reserve, H. Bright (Lady Grace).— Open— Exceeding 
18lbs.— Labob Sibb— Dogs: 1st and 2d withheld; Sd, 
and very high com. and reserve, J. H. Shore (Wbatley 
Viper and Mapperly Joe, late Oakley Joe). Ccm., 
A. W. Emms (Jack Sharp).— Exceeding 16lbb.- 
Bitches: lst.G. C. fidwardes-Ker (Ferny hurst Venom); 
2d, A. H. Clarke (Rarity): Sd, G. Sollory (Milkmaid). 
High com., D. Mitchell? All Fours).— Not exceeding 
l&LBS—Dogs: 1st, J. T. Qpenshaw (Rabv Nailer): 
2d, Miss A. F. Serrell (Danube); 8d, J. Parkin 
(Marsden Bitters): 4th and very high com. and re- 
serve, Hill and Ashton (Meersbrook Manager and 
Meersbrook Ross). Very high com., F. J. Astbury 
(Sir Dick). High com. , Hill and Ashton (Meersbrook 
Joe).— Not exceeding 16lbs.— BftcAet; 1st and Hon. 
T. W. Fitzwilliam's cup, H<11 and Ashton (Meersbrook 
Model); Sd, J.T. Openehaw (Richmond Patchwork); 
8d, J. Terry (fie)le II.) ; 4th, A. H. Clarke (Rosebloom). 
Very high com. and reserve, H. F. de Trafford (Rub- 
ber), very high com., R. H. Willi uns (Princess 
Nell). High com., J. W. Bald ry (Gill), and J. Fore- 
man (Stanhope Semlah). Com., J. H. Shore (Seagull) 



and G. Sollory (Spilghtlev).— Wirbhaibed— Dogs: 
W. Carrick, Jr. (Carlisle Bruce); Sd, H. F. de 



1st. 



Trafford (Gingle); 8d, C. H. Mathews (Mack). Re- 
serve, P. Bullock (Jerry). Bitches: 1st and Lord 
Dartmouth's collar, E. Powell, Jr (Finish); 2d, A. 
F. Moor (Water TJ(y, late Water Lily It;; 8d, M. P. 
Lucas (Warwickshire Gipsey. late Carlisle Gipsey). 



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Very high com and reserve, S. Boddiogton (Rayleigh 
Stinger). -Prppias— 1st and Mr. O'Grady's cup, A. 
H. Clarke (Reckoner), 1st, J. Terry (Alice); equal 
2d, I. Everitt (Musa) and J. Terry (Little Bis), very 
high com. and reserve, J. Parkin (Marsden Bitters). 
Com., 8. Smith (Stager). 

POINTERS.— Champion— Prise and Spratt's cup, 
E. C. Norrish (champion Graphic). Very high com. 
and reserve, B. Lewis (The Prior).— Open— S6lbs. and 
upward.— Dogs: 1st, Mrs. Graham (Don IX ); 2d and 
3d. B. Field (Lake and Toung Dick). Very high com. 
and reserve, T. Dutton (Sam HI.). Very high com., 
Major H. Asbton (Joe) and J. E. L. Lloyd (Zeus). 
High com , J. Bishop (Duke of Wellington) and J. 
Tavlor (Earl of Croxteth). Com., Lieut. Col. C. J. 
Cotes (Carlo) and E. C. Norrish (Grandee, late Devon 
Duke).— 50lbs. and upward— Bitches: 1st, B. Field 
(Belle of Bow); 2d and 3d, E. C Norrish (champion 
Beryl and Revel in.). Very high com. and reserve, 
J. Freme (Amber II.). Com. J. E. L. Lloyd (Zasme). 
— Not exceeding 65lbs.— Dogs: 1st. B. Field (Dick 
HI.); 2d, B. Lewis (Romp); 8d, J. L. Bulled (Devon 
Sam).— Not exceeding SOlbs — Bitches: 1st, E. C. 
Norrish (Beau Ideal); 21. B. Field (Paidon); 8d, T. E. 
Is ard (Jenny of Homestay). Very high com. and 
reserve, J. Bonny (BJeakfield Bell, late Hungarian 
Belle). High com., B. Field (Young Drab). Com., 
Hon. H. A. Adderley (Negress). Puppies: 1st, W. C. 
Whiskin (Rake); 2d, R. L. Asiin and H. Bowman 
(Bunks H.). 

FIELD TRIAL WINNER8.— Pointers— Prize, R. 
J. L. Price u»ow Bella). Very high com. and reserve, 
B. Field (Young Dick). SsTTERS-<-Prise and J. H. 
Whitebouse's cup, R. L. P. L.ewellin (Count Wind- 
'em) Very hign com. and reserve, R. L. P. Llewt-l- 
lin (Dashing Beauiy). Very high com., R. L. P. 
Llewellin (4) (Dashing Bondbu. Dashing Duke, Coun- 
tess Bear and Dashing Ditto), Lieut. -Col. C. J. Cotes 
.(Dashing Rose). High com., R. L. P. Llewellin 
(Noma). A splendid class. 

ENGLISH 8ETTERS.— Champion— Prize, R. L. P. 
Llewellin (Count Wind 'em). Reserve, J. Shorthose 
(Novelty).— Open— Dogs: 1st and 2d, J. B. Cocker- 
ton (Birket Foster and Sir Stafford); 3d, J. Freme 
< Young Rock). Very bigh com. and reseive, J. 
Shorthose (Fred tbeX, late Fred). Veiy high com. 
J. Shorthose (Rock of Ages, late Rock) and T. Gar- 
land (2) Young Rock 111. and Osman VI.). High 
com , W. D. Duncan (Romany Rye), J. Freme (Young 
Monk), J. Royle (< ount WalderSee), ana G. Raper 
(Rockingham). Com., J. Freme (Bow). J. Royle 
s(Glengairn), and R. L. P. Llewellin (Jasper Remus). 
A beautiful class. Bitches: l*t, R. L. P. Llewellin 
(Dashing Beauty); 2d, J. Shorthose (Novel); 8d, W. 
Foster (Dipple D-isy, late Dapple Daisy), very 
high com. and reserve. Lieut. -Col. C. J. Cotes (Dash- 
ing Rose). High com , Lieut. -Col. C J. Cotes (Wild 
Daisy II.) and J. Shorthose (Novelette). Com., G. J. 
D. Lees (Ruby). 

GORDON BETTERS.— Champion— Prize, T. Jacobs 
4 champion Czarina).— Open— Dogs: 1st, E. L Par. ons 
(Beaumont); 2d, P. Bullock (Shot); 3d, R. Parnell 
(Satan). Hign com. and reserve, R. Chapman 
.(Heather Jack). High com.. C. Thorpe (Shot VH.). 
Com., J. Drybrough, Jr. (2) (Darnley and Wallace). 
Bitches: 1st, R. Chapman (Heather Beauty); <d, A. 
R. C. Richings (Kate XI.); 8d, J. Shorthose 'Nell). 
High com. and reserve, R. Parnell (Sultana). High 
com., Capt. P. Priestley (Pearl U.) and R. Wood 
(Royal H.). Com., W. M. Eglington (Fan VIL). 

IRISH SETTERS. - Champion- Prize, J. J. Giltrap 
(champion Garryowen . Reserve, J. Kennedy (Bob, 
late Villikins.— 0*vs-Dogs: 1st, P. A. Beck (Lis- 
more); 2d. E. H. Snow (Samuel, late Carlo): 3d, J. 
Yates (Nob). Very high com. and reserve. H. M. 
Wilt-on (Mountaineer). Very high com., Capt. H. 
Aylmer (Roden). High com . Rev. A. E. Gover (King 
Billv). W. M. Eglington (Pat), and L. F. Pemn 
(Scamp). A very good class. Bitches: 1st, L. F. 
Perrin (Wee Kate); 2d, C. Macdona (Frog); 8d, J. Ken- 
nedy (Bella Kate of Omagb). Very high com. and 
reserve, W. M. Eglington (Judy). Puppies: 1st, G. 
Ryall (Young Tarn o' Shanter); 2d and very high com. 
.and reserve, J. Shorthose (Prince Victor and Prince 



George). High com., Lieut. R. L. Smart (Carrow- 
dore) and R. Chapman (Heather Jack). Com., O. 
Ryall (Lady Maud)T 

RETRIEVERS.— Champion— Prize, J.Freme (Young* 
King Koffee).— Open— Curly— Dogs: 1st and Spratt's 
Cup, 8. Darbey (champion Wonder); 2d, B. Skip- 
worth (Smikes). High com.. Duke of Hamilton and 
Brandon (The Major). Com., J. Yates (Ben IL). 
Bitches: 1st, withheld; 2d, R. Chapman (champion 
Black Pearl). Very high com. and reserve, F. J. 
Staples-Browne (Snowball). — Smooth or Watt- 
coated -Dogs: 1st and 2d, Lord Brook, M. P. (Cbel- 
mer and Friday); 8d, Col. C. J. Cotes (Monk). High 
com., Capt. M. Thomas (Silkatone). Com., J. Harri- 
son (Bob) and W. Foster (Ripple Ben). Bitches: 1st. 
W. Downes (Belle HX); 2d, K. J. L. Price (Rkiwlas 
Jet); 8d, Capt. G. Mousely (Bramble). Very high 
com. and reserve. Capt. S. M. Thomas (Zella). Very 
bigh com. and high com., Capt. G. Mousley (Rose 
and Bene). Com., W. Downes (Floss), J. M. Kilvert 
(Merry Meg HI.) and Capt. G. Mousley (Briar IV.). 

SPANIELS.— Irish Water— Dogs: 1st, C. J. Doyle 
(Young Larry Doolan); 2d, withheld. Very high 
com. and reserve. W. W. Thompson (Barney 
O'Toole. Bitches: 1st .*nd 2d, G. S. Hockey (Oof 
leen Bawn, late Kate, and Young Hilda). Very nigh 
com. and reserve, C. J. Doyle (Ouida). Com., Capt 
E. Montreser (Florrie). Clumsem.- Champion— 
rrize, li. S. Holford (Ruby).— Open— Dogs: 1st, H 
P. and P. J. Charles (Psycho); 2d, R. Chapman 
(Barney). Very high com. and reserve, H. H. Holmes 
(Tower). Very hign com., A. W. Clarke (Huber) and 
J. Allrn (Boss II.). High com.. F. Pearman (Buo- 
cleuch) and H. P. and P. J. Charles (Ramble). Com 
L. V Loyd (Duncan). Bitches: 1st, J. Allen (Doll): 
2d, R. S. Holford (Phyllis). High com. and reserve 
H. H. Holmes (Lady Gaunt). High com., H. P. and 
P. J. Charles (Foxley Beauty), t ?om.. H. H. Holmes 
(Hilda) and F. Pearman (Nora).— Sussex and Livkr- 
Colored -Dogs: Prize, T. Jacobs (champion Bachelor 
HI.) 2d, Holley Brothers (Horatio): 3d, Capt. S. M 
Thomas (Guy). Bitches: 1st, J. Partricge (Brida 
H.); 2d, withheld. Very bbrh com. and reserve, T 
Jacobs (Newton Abbot Russet). Com.. Holley 
Brothers (Aureola).— Champions: Equal 1st, T. 
Jacobs (champion Squaw) and J. Royle (Solus). 
Very high com. and reserve, H. B. Spurgin (Fop).— 
Open— Black— Dogs: 1st, J. Jacobs (Newton Abbot 
Nigger*; 2d. H. B. Spurgin (Roysterer,; 8d, J. H. 
Hussey (Lord Bute). Very high com. and reserve, 
A. H. Easten (Easten's Bracken). Hign com., Earl 
of Wai wick (Castle Raven). Com., Rev. A. K. Gover 
(Chelmsford Caution) and H. T. Lawrence (2) (Boss 
HI. and Boscobel). Bitches: 1st, R. c. Haworth 
(Sensation); 2d, H. C. Spurgin (Coy); 8d, A. H. 
Easten (Easten 'a Busy). Very high com. and reserve, 
H. B. Spurgin (Carol). Very high com., T. Jacobs 
(2) (Newton Abbot Negress and Newton Abbot Bess). 
Com , P. Bullock (2) (Flash II. and Slut), Earl of 
Warwick (Echo) and H. B. Spurgin (Cara).— Any 
Other Variew— Dogs: Equal 1st and 2d, A. H 
Easten and T. Jacobs (Easten's Bruce and Sir Gar- 
net): 8d, T. Jacobs (Newton Abbot Boss). Very high 
com. and reserve, H. B. Spurgin (Counsellor). 
ntches: 1st and 2d, H. B. Spurgin (Fanciful and 
Freda); 8:1, T. Jacobs (Newton Abbot Lassie). Very 
high com. and reserve, A. H. Easten (Easten's 
Bride). High com., J. Freme (Gwladye) .— Teams: 
Prize, T. Jacobs (field spaniels, champion Squaw, 
Newton Abbot Nigger, Newton Abbot Nesrress, New- 
ton Abbot Be38, Newton Abbot Boss. Sir Garnet. 
Newton Abbot Lassie). 

DACHSHUNDS.— Champion- Prize, W. E. Litt 
(Olympian). Very high com. and reserve, H. Jones 
(champion Diana). A good class.— Open -Dogs: 



High com.. Lord Braye (Dax). Bitches: 1st, H. Jones 
(Grafinn It); 2d, A. Homfray (Zinnia). Very high 
com. and reserve, W. E Litt (Lyra;. Very high com., 
A. Homfray (Grafinn HI.). Com., N. 0. A. Neville 
(Neu). A good class. 

[to be concluded.] 



AMERICAN 



Kennel Register 

Copyright, 1885. Entered at the Post Office ae Second Clan Matter. 

Published by the Forest and Stream Publishing Co., 39 & 40 Park Row. 



P. O. Box 2832. 



New York, February, 1885. 



Vol. III.— No. 2. 




AMtVutTt^irii&Gg i 



BEAUFORT (A.K.R. 694). 

The property of Mr. Charles H. Mason. 



Beaufort (A.K.R. 694). 

FEW doss have attained the notoriety at- 
tached to Mr. Mason's Beaufort, his suc- 
cess on the bench together with the controversy 
which followed the New York show of last 
May bringing him prominently before the pub- 
lic. Our opinion of this dog is well known to a 
very large circle of acquaintances, and it has 
not been our custom to say one thing in private 
while making another opinion public. We 
werepresent when Mr. Mason judged this dog 
at Washington in 1888, and with that gentle- 
man we agreed in saying he was the best pointer 
on the American show bench. At New Haven 
last year we had the pleasure of awarding him 
first and three specials, for the best large 
pointer, for the best pointer, and for the best 
sporting dog in the show. At the Philadelphia 



State Fair show, last September, Mr. Coster 
gave him first and the special for the best large 

Eointer, and next month at the Breeders 1 snow 
e won champion honors and divided the two 
specials given for the best pointer in the show, 
Mr. John Davidson declining to separate Rue 
and Beaufort. His only defeat was at New 
York, under Mr. Sterling, a decision, we need 
hardly say, which we cannot indorse. During 
our recent visit to England we saw Graphic, 
admittedly the best pointer in England, and 
although he beats Beaufort in nind legs, the 
latter we consider to be his equal or superior in 
every other point, and decidedly superior in 
head. Mr. Mason says the only pointer he has 
known which he considers as having been of 
equal merit was Old Wag, a dog we cannot re- 
call to our memory sufficiently well to express 
an opinion upon. 



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BASSETS. 

1988. Diane, tricolor bitch, whelped Oct. 15, 
1884. Breeder, Mr. Morris Burhans, Flatbush, Ulster 
county, N. Y. Owner, Maizeland Kennels, Maizeland, 
Red Hook P. O , Ulster county, N. Y. 

Sire— Nemours (A.K.R. 870). 

Dam— Burhans's Josephine. 



BEAGLES. 

1989. Belle II., black, white and tan bitch, 
whelped Nov. 28, 1888. Breeder, Mr. Pottinger Dor- 
sey, Newmarket, Md. Owner, Mr. W. W. Miles, Bar- 
ton, Vt. 

Sire — Mark Antony, by Bradbury's imported 
Major out of Diana, by Joy out of Lucy. 

Dam— May Belle, by Rowett's Rattler (imported 
Warrior— Rowett's Rosey) out of Rowett's Sis, by 
Rowett's Darwin out of Baker's Lady. 

1990. Flute M., black, white and tan dog, 
whelped Sept. 5, 1888. Breeder. Mr. N. Elmore, 
Granby, Conn. Owner, Mr. W. W. Miles, Barton, Vt. 

Sire— Flute, by Rowett's Rattler (imported Warrior 
— Rowett's Rosey) out of Baker's True, by Rowett's 
Darwin out of Maud. 

Dam— Collette. by imported Chanta out of Beauty, 
by Rattler out of Lady. 



1991. Harmony, black, white and tan bitch, 
whelped Nov. 88, 1884. Breeder and owner, Mr. S. C. 
Graff. P. O. Box 290, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

8ire— Bannerman (AIR 1709). 

Dam— Katie (A.K.R. 1722); see also A.K.R. 1909. 

1998. Harper, black, white and tan dog, 
whelped Nov. 28, 1884. Breeder and owner, Mr. 8. C. 
Graff, P. O. Box 890. Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Sire— Bannerman (A.K.R. 1709). 

2>aro-Katie (A.K.R. 1728); see also A.K.R. 1909. 

1993. Humming Bird, black, white and tan 
bitch, whelped Nov. 28, 1884. Breeder and owner, 
Mr. S. C. GraiT , P. O. Box 290. Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Sire— Bannerman (A.K.R. 1709). 

Dam— Katie (A.K.R. 1722); see also AXR. 1909. 

1994. Little Duke, white, black and tan dog, 
whelped July 8, 1882. Breeder, Mr. W . H. Todd, Ver- 
million, Brie county, O. Owner, Mr. W. E. Deane, 
Somerset, Mass. 

Sire— Racer, by Rowett's Rally (imported 8am — 
imported Dolly) out of Lill, by imported Warrior out 
of Rowett's Rosey. 

Dam -Dolly, by Darwin (Rally— Rosey) out of 
Lady, by Baker's Rockjout of Fannie; see A.K.R. 1722. 

1995. Pride, black, white and tan bitch, 
whelped Nov. 28, 1888. Breeder, Mr. Pottinger Dor- 
sey, Newmarket, Md. Owner, Mr. Orange Mossmar, 
Barton. Vt. 

Litter sister to Belle II. (A.K.R 1989). 

1990. Bounce, white, black and tan dog, 
whelped Oct. 15, 1883. Breeder and owner, Mr. F. 
W. Wheaton, Wilkesbarre, Pa. 

Sire— Wheaton's Roxwood, by Elmore's Ringwood 
(L«rd de Feyne's Ranter— Earl Lewis's Beauty) out 
of Elmore's Roxey, by Dodge's Rattler out of Baker's 
True. 

Dam— Wheaton's Rudy, by Dorsey's Lee (imported 
Warrior— Rowett's Rosey) out of Hay's Cloudy, by 
Rowett's Ringold out of Bessie (A.K.R. 1116). 

1997. Skip, black, white and tan bitch, whelped 
June 15, 1882. Breeder, Mr. Dan Storrs. Lebanon, N. 
H. Owner, Mr. George F. Reed. Barton, Vt. 

Sire— Hector, by Victor (Rattler— Lady Bird II.) 
out of Beauty, by Riot out of Countess. 

Dam— Shoofly, by Victor (Rattler— Lady Bird H.) 
out of Bess, by Crosson's Juno out of Old Bess. 



CHESAPEAKE BAY DOGS. 

1998. Dan, otter-colored dog, whelped Oct. 81, 
1884. Breeder, Mr. John M. Leekley, Galena, III. 
Owner, Mr. Cbas. C. H. Smith, St. Paul, Minn. 

Sire— Foam, by Albert out of Rose (A.K.R. 142). 

Dam-hnbj II. (A.K.R. 143). 



COLLIES. 



1999. Biers' t E * 12 > 979 >' black, tan and white 
bitch, whelped Deo. 9, 1881. Breeder, Mr. F. Gas- 
kell, Ed gland. Owner, Mr. Thos. H. Terry, Hemp- 
stead, L. I. 

Sire— Gillie (E. »,424), by Marcus (A.K.R 888) out 
of Nellie. 

Dam— Watch (E. 7,558), by Tartan out of Maude. 

Record— First, puppy class, Blackburn: second, 
Birkenhead; third, Carlisle and Runcorn, England. 

2000. Flora, tawny red bitch, whelped April, 
1882. Breeder, Mr. Robert Mackey, Youngstown, O. 
Owner, Mr. Thos. H. Terry, Hempstead, L. I. 

Sire— Tweed H. (A.K.R: 894). 
Dam— Elsie, by Fido out of Daisy, by Old Sweep 
out of 7 ~ — 



2001. Gladys, black, tan and white bitch, 
whelped Oct. 9, 1884. Breeder and owner, Mr. Thos. 
H. Terry, Hempstead, L. I. 

Sire— Bruce of the Fylde (A.K.R. 1415). 

Dam— Zulu Princess (A.K.R. 896). 



2002. 

whelped May 



Clyde, black, white and tan dog , 
>, 1884. Breeder, Mr. T. C. Faxon. 



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Boston, Mats. Owner, Mr. J. Bremer, Brooklyn, 
N. Y. 

Sire— Kilmarnock Bruce (A.K.K. 1423). 

Dam— Winnie (A.K.R. 1481). 

2003. Kolly, sable and white dog. whelped 
April 22, 1884. Breeder, Mr. Thos. H. Terry, Hemp- 
stead, L. I. Owner. Mr. Austin J. Bruff, Brooklyn, 
N. Y. 

Sire— Robin Adair (A.K.R. 893). 

Dam— Champion Lassie, by HamfohfE. 2,864) out 
of Trio (E. 6,442), by Twig out of Bess. Hamish, by 
Darnley out of TweedJe. 

Record— First, puppy class, Non-Sporting Show, 
New York, 1884. 

2004. I*addie H., sable and white dog, 
whelped April 18, 1884. Breeder, Mr. Thos. H. Terry, 
Hempstead, L. I. Owner, Mr. Wm. A. Hanway, 
Baltimore, Md. 

Sire— Tweed H. (A.K.R. 894). 
Dam— Lass o' Gowrie (A.K.R. 884). 

2005* TtOgBJtf black, tan and white dog, 
whelped June, 1884. Breeder, Mr. Wm. Lindsay, 
Elizabeth. N. J. Owner, Dr. T. A. Cloud, Kennett 
Square, Chester county, Pa. 

Sire— Ayrshire Laddie (A.K.R. 145). 

Dam— Lassie, by Rex (A.K.R. 149) out of imported 
Gather. 

2000* Nell Gwynne, black, tan and white 
hitch, whelped Oct. 9, 1884. Breeder and owner, Mr. 
Thos. H. Terry, Hempstead, L. I. 

Sire— Bruce of the Fylde (A.K.R. 1416). 

Dam— Zulu Princess (A.K.R. 896). 

2007. Robin* brown and white dog. whelped 
April 18, 1884. Breeder, Mr. Thos. H. Terry, Hemp- 
stead, L. I. Owner, Mr. Daniel S. Hermance, Hemp- 
stead, L. I. 

Sire-Tweed H. (A.K.R. 894). 
Dam— Lass o' Gowrie (A.K.R. 884). 

2008. Rob Roy McGregor, black and tan, 
four white paws, dog, whelped July 10, 1884. Breeder 
and owner, Mr. A. R. Kyle. Detroit, Mich. 

Sire— Fritz (A.K.R. 1129). 
Dam— Juno H. (A.K.R. 1744). 

2009* Zoe, sable bitch, imported in utero, 
whelped Feb. 13, 1878, at Allerton Farm, Pa. Owner, 
Mr. A. W. Adams. East Bethlehem, Pa. 

Sire— Not known. 

Dam— Lora, bred by Robert Anderson Houston, 
Renfrewshire, and imported by Francis Morris, 
January, 1878. 

DEERHOUND8. 

2010. Heather, blue brindle dog, whelped 
Jan. 10, 1888. Breeder, not known. Purchased from 
Mr. George Raper, England. Owner, Clovernook 
Kennels, 186 Fifth avenue, New York. 

Aire— Clansman. 

Dam— Countess, by Bevis out of Heather. 

2011* Mercia, black brindle bitch, whelped 
Aug. 18, 1882. Breeder, not known to owner. Owner, 
Clovernook Kennels. 186 Fifth avenue, New York. 

Sire— Warwick (E. 12,196), by Harry (E. 7,880) out 
of Hilda (E. 112). 

Dam— Minnie, by Ruf us out of Morns. 



GREYHOUNDS. 



2012, Friday Night, black, white markings, 
dog, whelped June 8, 1881. Breeder, Mr. J. H. Salter, 
Kelvedcn, England. Owner, Mr. H. W. Smith, 80 Elm 
street, Worcester, Mass. 

Sire— Master Sam, by Contango (Cashier— Bab-at- 
the-Bowster) out of Carleton. 

Dam— Polly, by Master Walker out of Playful, by 
Brigadier out of Belle of Bygrate. Master Walker, 
by Patent (David— Clara) out of Restless Belle, by 
Patrician out of Romping Girl. 

Record— First and specials, New York and Chicago, 



1888. Champion Manchester, Lowell, New'Haven*. 
New York, Philadelphia (and cup), New York non- 
sportiug show, 1884. 

[This entry cancels A.K R. 768, and it shoulJ be so 
noted against that number, as Friday Night is the 
sire of a number of puppies already registered.— Ed. ) 

MASTIFFS. 

2013. Count Robert, fawn, black points, 
dog. whelped Jan. 2, 1884. Breeder, Mr. S. L. M. 
Barlow, Glen Cove, L. I., N. Y. Owner, Mr. Charles 
C. Marshall, Bergen Point, N. J. 

Sire— Don, brother to Gurth (A.K.R 156). 

Dam— Countess, litter sister to Cesar (A.K.R, 12). 

2014. Hubert, fawn, black points, dog, 
whelped Nov. 10, 1884. Breeders, Messrs. Shaw &. 
Bates, Clinton, Mass. Owner, Mr. E. S. Porter, New 
Haven, Conn. 

Sire-Duke of Kent(A.K.R. 1607). 
Dam— Hilda V. (A.K.R. 1488). 

2015. Isabella, light fawn bitch, whelped 
July 20, 1884. Breeders, Messrs. John Clary & Sons, 
Westfleld, Mass. Owner, Mr. R. B. Crane, Westfield, 



Sire-Keno (A.K.R. 1766). 
Dam- Onyx (A.KR. 1768). 

^0 10. Rab, fawn dog, whelped Dec. 9, 1884. 
Breeder, Mr. W. Wade, Hulton, Pa. Owner, Mr. H. 
C. Van Tine, Baltimore, Md. 

Sire— DeBucb (A.K.R. 1602). 

Dam-Bertha (A.K.R. 161). 

20 1 7. Sir Philip Sidney, fawn dog, whelped 
Dec. 9, 1884. Breeder, Mr. W. Wade, Hulton, Pa. 
Owner, Dr. E. Dyer. Newport, K. I. 

Sire— De Buch (A.K.R. 1602). 
Dam— Bertha (A.K.R. 161). 

2018. Vega, fawn bitcb. whelped Dec. 9, 1884. 
Breeder, Mr. W. Wade, Hulton, Pa. Owner, Mr. 
Lorin F. Deland, Boston, Mass. 

Sire -DeBuch (A.K.R. 1602). 
Darn— Bertha (A.K.R. 151). 

2019. Vixen, fawn bitch, whelped Dec. 9,1884. 
Breeder, Mr. W. Wade; Hulton, Pa. Owner, Mr.. 
Howard Eaton, Medora, Dak. 

Sire-DeBuch (A.KR. 1502). 
Dam— Bertha (A.K.R. 151). 

2020. W. E. Gladstone, fawn dog, whelped 
Dec. 9, 1864. Breeder, Mr. W. Wade, Hulton, Pa- 
Owner, Hon. R. L. Stirling, Seventy-six, Pa. 

Sire— DeBuch (A.KR. 1602). 
Dam-Bertha (A.K.R. 161). 

POINTERS. 

2021. Boas, lemon and white dog, whelpetf 
Sept. 22, 1884. Breeder and owner, Mr. E. M. Crouch r 
Thomaston, Conn. 

Litter brother to Brock (A.K.R. 1981). 

2022* Craft, Jr., lemon and white dog, 
whelped June 26, 1884. Breeder, Mr. Mortimer Mills,. 
Jersey City, N. J. Owner, Mr. Jas. H. HiUabrant, 
Johnstown, N. Y. 

StVe-Craf t (A.K.R. 1088). 

Dam— Temptation (A.K.R. 1690). 

2023* Flint, liver and white dog, whelped Oct.. 
16, 1884. Breeder, Mr. A. E. Godeffroy, Guymard r 
Orange county, N. Y. Owner, Mr. Spencer Kellogg r 
Buffalo, N. Y. 

Sire— Croxteth, by Lowe's Young Bang (champion 
Bang, E. 739— Davey 's Luna) out of Macdona's Jane,, 
by Lord Sef ton's Sam out of his Flirt. 

Dam — Lady Gwendoline, by champion Bang (E~ 
789) out of B lie of Bow (E. 14,042). 

2024. Flip, white and liver ticked dog, whelped 
Sept. 22, 1884. Breeder, Mr. E. M. Crouch, Thomas- 
ton, Conn. Owner, Mr. W. L. Crouch, Thomaston,. 
Conn. 

Litter brother to Brock (A.K.R. 1981). 



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2035. Jachin, white, small lemon patch on 
eyes, doe, wbelped Sept. 22, 1884. Breeder and 
-owner, Mr. E. M. Crouch, Thomaston, Conn. 

Litter brother to Brock (A K.B. 1981). 

2020. Juno, liver and white and ticked bitch, 
whelped May 6, 1884. Breeder, Mr. J. W. Munson, 
St. Louis, Mo. Owner, Mr. John L. Pernet, Mar- 
shall, Texas. 

Sire— Hughes's Meteor, by Garnet (E. 8,114) out of 
Jilt, by Lord Sefton's Mat out of his Peg. Garnet, by 
Tory (B. 6,063) out of Jessie (E. 8,073). 

Dam— Castleman's Dell, by Godeffroy's Croxteth 
(Young Bang— Jane) out of Trinket, by Tory (E. 
6,063) out of Jaunty. 

2027. Nell Ranger, liver and white bitch, 
whelped April 3, 1884. Breeder. Mr. S. B. Dilley, 
Bosendale, Wis. Owner, Mr. W. R. Faribault, St. 
Louis, Mo. 

Sire— Ranger Croxteth (A.K.R. 1047). 
Dam— Fannie Faust (A.K.R. 1041). 

2028. Old Pebo. liver and white pointer, 
whelped Sept. 19, 1884. Breeder, Mr. Horace R. 
Kelly, New York. Owner, Mr. C. D. Ingersoll, New 
York. 

Sire— Bang Bang (A.K.R. 894). 
Dam— Kelly's Lill, by Sensation (A.K.R. 217) out of 
White's Grace, by Match out of Nell. 

2029. Rival, lemon and white dog, whelped 
Sept. 26, 1884. Breeder, Westminster Kennel Club, 
Babylon, L. 1. O wner, Mr. Spencer Kellogg, Buffalo, 
N.Y. 

Sire— Cornell's Match, by Sensation (A K.R. 217) 
out of White's Grace, by Match ouf of Nell. 
Dam— Belle, sister to champion Rush (A.K.R. 367). 

2030- Robin Adair, white and liver dog, 
whelped July 1, ISri"^ Breeder, Mr. C. B. Wight, 
WooleyrfHe, Ky\ Ow&#r, Clifton Kennels, 75 Clifton 
Piatt*, Jersey City, N.J. 

Strc—Cba uipioii Faust, by Lord Sefton's Sam (Stat- 
ter 1 -* Major, E, WS-Sff ton's Drab) out of Pilkington's 
Nell, by Drake (E. &4S) out of Sturgeon's Moll. 

item— Madge,hy Trim n.(imported Trim— imported 
Judo) out of imported May, by Lang's Trim, son of 
champion Huml«t) 

Record- First and special. New Orleans, 188S. Very 
high com., PI i Hade I p iiia State Fair Show; seeond, 
National tfroeders 1 show, Philadelphia, 1884. 

8031. Royal Beaufort, lemon beltondog, 
whelped June 1, 1884. Breeder, Mr. Luke W. White, 
Bridgeport, Conn. Owner, Mr. L. Gardner, P. O. Box 
160. Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 

Sire— Beaufort (A.K.R. 694). 

Dam— White's Grace, by imported Match out of 
Fenn's Nell. 

2032. Ruby Whaite, Mw and white bitch, 
whelped July 28, 1884. Breeder, Mr. Jess. M. Whaite, 
Chester, S. C. Owner, Mr. B. F. Hudspeth, Newton, 
Baker county, Ga. 

Sire— Bangor, by Bang out of Jean. 

Dam-Bell H, by Fowler (by Signal) out of Bell I., 
she out of Brunett. 

2033* Saunders, liver and white ticked dog, 
whelped May 23, 1888. Breeders, Detroit Kennel 
Club, Detroit, Mich. Owner, Dr. W. J. Varden, 
Uniontown, Ala. 

Sire-King Bow (A.K.R. 88). 

Dam— Bell (A.K.R. 161). 



PUGS. 



2034* Almah, apricot fawn, black points, 
bitch, whelped May 18, 1884. Breeder, Mr. E. L. 
Smith, Portland, Me. Owner, Forest City Kennels, 
Portland, Me. 

Sire—Yovaig T^by (A.K.R. 478). 

Dam— Juno (A.K.R. 406). 

Record— First and special, Taunton, 1884; St. Johns, 
N. B., 1885. 



2035. Frolic, fawn, black markings, dog, 
whelped Jan. 8, 1886. Breeders and owners, City 
View Kennels, P. O. Box 629. New Haven, Conn. 

Sire— Napoleon (A. K R. 2037). 

Dam— Daisy H. (A.K.R. 1861). 

2030. IiOrna, fawn, black markings, bitch, 
whelped Jan. 8, 1885. Breeders and owners, City 
View Kennels, P. O. Box 629, New Haven, Conn. 

Sire-Napoleon (A.K.R. 2087). 

Dam— Daisy II. (A.K.R. 1861). 

2037. Napoleon, apricot fawn, black mask, 
ears and trace, dog. whelped Oct. 18, 1879. Breeder, 
Mr. H. W. Kendal, Newton, Mass. Owner, the City- 
View Kennels, P. O. Box 629. New Haven, Conn. 

Sire— Sambo, by Chapman's Leo (E. 5,668) out of 
Tiny. Leo (first, Crystal Palace, etc.). by Elliott's 
Bob, by his Toby, bred byLordWilloughbyD'Eresby 
out of his Flow- Flow, bred by Lady Eaton. 

Dam— Luce, by Mr. Walters (London Times) Jim 
out of Madame Giandonatti's Patty, by Lord Fitz- 
hardinge'8 Ginsey out of Madame Giandonatti's 
Mammy, by Mr. Walter's Jack out of Madame 
Giandonatti's Dinah, bred by the Duke of Welling- 
ton. Jack, by Liord Waldegrave's Sambo, by Mr. 
Ballard's Sambo, who was bred by Prince Lucien 
Bonaparte, and was the model for Baron Marachitti's 
bronze pug. 

2038. Peek-a-boo, fawn, black markings, 
dog, whelped Jan. 8, 1885. Breeders and owners, 
City View Kennels, P. O. Box 629, New Haven, Conn. 

Sire— Napoleon (A.K.R. 2087). 
Dam-Daisy H. (A.K.R. 1861). 

2039. Schneider, fawn, black mask and nails, 
dog, whelped October, 1883. Breeder, Mr. Wm. 
Thompson, Boston, Mass. Owner, Mr.Wm. T. Whit- 
man, P. O. Box 290. Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Sire— Kendal's Ned, by champion Sootey(E. 6,766) 
out of Banks's Katie, by Othello out of Ohloe. 
Dam— Thompson's imported Vick. 

2040. Toby Tyler, stone fawn, black mark- 
ings, dog, whelped Sept. 6, 1884. Breeder, Dr. M. H. 
Cryer, 1.106 Girard street, Philadelphia, Pa. Owner, 
Miss Solliday, Lambertville, N. J. 

Sire- Cryer's Bob, by Atlas (E. 1,207) out of Topsy, 
sister to Tum-Tum II. 
Dam— Maud, by Mr. Sharpless's dog out of Lucille. 

2041. Tra-la-la, apricot fawn, black mask, 
ears, nails, thumb marks, bitch, whelped July 9, 1884. 
Breeders and owners, Chequasset Kennels, Lancas- 
ter, Mass. 

Sire— Young Toby (A.K.R. 478). 
Dam— Tantrums (A.K.R. 220). 

2042. Vera, fawn, black markings, bitch, 
whelped Jan. 8, 1886. Breeders and owners, City View 
Kennels, P. O. Box 629, New Haven, Conn. 

Sire-Napoleon (A.K.R. 2087). 
Dam— Daisy II. (A.K.R. 1861). 



ST. BERNARDS. 
Rough-Coated. 

2043. Bonny, orange, white markings, bitch, 
whelped Jan. 8, 1886. Breeder and owner, Mr. R. J. 
Sawyer, Menominee. Mich. 

Sire— Imported Canton! (A.K.R. 1862). 
Dam— Imported Mona (A.K.R. 1270). 

2044. Gypsie, white, large orange spots, bitch, 
whelped Jan. 8, 1886. Breeder and owner, Mr. R. J. 
Sawyer, Menominee, Mich. 

Sire— Imported Canton! (A.K.R. 1862). 
Dam— Imported Mona (A.K.R. 1270). 

2045. Heidel, red tawny, white blaze, chest, 
legs and tip, bitch, whelped March 16, 1884. Breeders 
and owners, Chequasset Kennels, Lancaster, Wor- 
cester county, Mass. 

Sire— Caesar (A.K.R. 22). 
Dam-Nun (A.K.R. 24). 



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SETTERS. 

English Sbttvbs. 

2040. Bob H., white, black ears, dog. whelped 

June 3, 1883. Breeders, Detroit Kennel Club, Detr< >it, 

Mich. Owner, Mr. R. L. Houston, Unlontown, Ala. 

Sire— Nixie, by Belton (Sykes's Dash— Daisey, litter 
sister to Iiewellin's Dan) out of Bramble, by Lord 
Downe's Duke out of Belle. 
Dam— Princess Alice (A.K.K. 116). 

2047. Cassino Gladstone, blue belton 
bitch, whelped May 26, 1888. Breeder, Mr. Wm. H. 
Colcord, St. Joseph, Mo. Owner, Mr. E. Comfort. 15 
Morth Seventh street, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Sire— Gladstone, by Llewellin's Dan (Duke— 
Rhoebe) out of Petrel, by Llewellin's Prince out of 

loiii. 

Dam— Countess Druid (A.K.R. 583). 

2048* Cora Belle, white, black and ticked 
bitch, whelped Feb. 10, 18K4. Breeder, Mr. S. P. Olm- 
sted, Coudereport, Pa. Owner, Mr. R. F. Martin, 
Wilber, Pa. 

Sire— Jerry. 

Dam— White Rose (A.K.R. 1829). 

2049* Dashwood, blue belton dog, whelped 
Oct. 11, 1888. Breeder, Dr. Chas. A. Packard, Bath, 
Me. Owner, Mr. Geo. F. Clark, Diamond State Ken- 
nels, St. George's, Del. 

Sire— Dash III., bv Laverack's Blue Prince (Pride 
of the Border. A.K.R. 226— Llewellin's Nellie) out of 
Armstrong's Old Kate, by Dash II. out of Kate. 

Dam— Donna, by Royal Blue (Gladstone— Mersey). 
Dryad, by Druid out of Nillson. 

2050. Diana HI., blue belton bitch, whelped 
Aug. 27, 1884. Breeder, Mr. John Davidson, Monroe, 
Mich. Owner, Mr. Geo. Schofleld, Toronto, Ont. 

Sire— Knight of Snowden, by Johnny Faa (Rob 
Roy. E. 1,417— Doll) out of Swan, by Druid out of 
Lady Cypress. 

Dam—AUsa., by Royal (Prince, E. 1,879— Dora) out 
of Nina, by Rufus out of Sal. 

2051. Dick Laverack, blue belton dog, 
whelped June 19, J 879. Breeder, Mr. Jos. J. Snellen- 
burg, New Brighton, Pa. Owner, Mr. Saunders Mc- 
Cuen, 158 Annunciation street. New Orleans, La. 

Sire— Thunder, by Prid* of the Border (A.K.R. 226) 
out of Fairy II., by Barley's Victor cut of Blue 
Daisy. 

Dam— Peeress, by Llewellin's Prince (Laverack's 
Dash II. -Moll III.) out of Llewellin's Lill II., by Dasb 
n. out of Pilkington's Lill. 

Record— Second, Pittsburgh, Pa., 1881; first and 
special, London, 1881 ; champion and special, Ottawa 
and London, 1883, Toronto and National Breeders' 
Show, Philadelphia, 1884. 

2052* Don Fred, black and white dog, whelped 
Feb. 10, 1884. Breeder, Mr. S. P. Olmsted, Couders- 
port. Pa. Owner, Mr. C. H. Wetmore, Corry, Pa. 

Sire— Jerry. 

Dam— White Ro e (A.K.R. 1829). 

2053* Floy , black, white and ticked bitch, 
whelped March 24. 1882. Breeder, Mr F. L. San- 
ford, Washington, D. C. Owner, Mr. W. W. Wilson, 
Billerica, Mass. 

Sire— Dashing Lion, by Llewellin's Dash II. (Blue 
Prince— Old Kate) out of his Leda, by Llewellin's 
Dan (E. 1,386) out of his Lill II. (E. 4,295). 

Dam— Armida, by Leicester (Dan— Lill II.) out of 
Pocahontas, by Rock out of Dora. 

2054. Forest Ida* black and white bitch, 
whelped March 18, 1882. Breeder, Forest Kennel 
Club, London, Ont. Owner, Mr. Richard McMillan, 
Gait, Ont. 

Sire— Dick Laverack (A.K.R. 2061). 

Dam— Forest Fly, by Drake (Llewellin's Prince— 
his Dora) out of Lathrop's Luna, by Perry's Pete out 
of imported Tip. 

2055. Gladstone's Lady blue belton dog, 
whelped July 18. 1884. Breeder, Mr. D. C. Jones, 
Memphis, Tenn. Owner, Mr. H. F. Amsden, Boston. 



Sire— Gladstone, by Llewellin's Dan (E. 1,336) out 
of Peirel. by Llewellin's Prince out of his Lill II. 

Dam -Donna. Jr., ».y Belton (E. 1,808) out of Bram- 
ble, by Lord Downes's Duke out of Belle. Belton, 
by Sykes's Dash out of Daisy, sister to Dan (E. 1,886). 

2050* Grace, blue belton bicch,whelped March. 
1884. Breeder, Mr. W. B. Peet, New York. Owner, 
Mr G. Edward 03born, New Haven, Conn. 

Si>e— Ted Llewellin (A.K.R. 599). 

Dam— Blanche Lewis (A.K.R. 581). 

2057* Hft^t Dlue belton bitcb,whelped March, 
1884. Breeder, Mr. W. B. Peet, New York. Owner, 
Mr. G. Edward Osborn, New Haven, Conn. 

Sire-Ted Llewellin (A.K.R. 599). 

Dam— Blanche Lewis (A.K.R. 581). 

2058* Highland Dick, black, white star on 
breast, dog, whelped Feb. 19, 1880. Breeder, Mr. 
Thos. M. Aldrich, Manton, R. I. Owner, Mr. Henry 
F. Amsden, Boston, Mass. 

* Sire— Pratt's Trim, by Adams's Duke (Llewellin's 
Prince- hrs Dora) out of Gates's St. Kilda, by Buss 
out of Ruby. 
Dam— Aldrich's Smut, by Copeland's Pete (Hill's 

Trim— Scran ton's Smut) out of Copeland's Queen 
Bess, by an unknown dog out of Copeland's Belle. 

2059. Jule, white, black and ticked bitch, 
whelped May 23, 1883. Breeder, Mr. Isaac Yearsley, 
CoatesviUe, Pa. Owner, Mr. Jas. C. Roberts, West 

Sire— Roxey's Boy, by Dash III. (Blue Prince— Old 
Kate) out of Rozey, by Leicester out of Sanborn's 
Nellie (A. 457). 

Dam— Mollie Bawn, by Lincoln (Llewellin's Dan— 
his Lill II.) out of Kirby (A. 415), by Knowles's Dan 
out of Venus. 

2060. Minnie Belle, white, black and tan 
head, bitch, whelpei June 25, 1888. Breeder. Detroit 
Kennel Club, Detroit, Mich. Owner, Mr. R. L. Hous- 
ton. Uniontown, Ala. 

Sire— Count Rapier (A.K.R. 498). 
Dam— Reign ( A.K.R. 178). 

2061* Oxford, black and white dog, whelped 
Feb. 14, 1884. Breeder, Mr A: L. Garland, Ipswich, 
Mass. Owner, Mr. D. A. Goodwin, Jr., Newbury- 
port, Mass. 

Sire— Dash III., by Laverack's Blue Prince out of 
Armstrong's Old Kate. 

Dam- Garland's Model Blue, by Druid (Llewellin's 
Prince— Dora) out of Jessie, by Dash IU. out of 
Mod jeska, by Leicester out of Peeress. 

206 2« Pegt ome belton bitch, whelped July 10, 
1881. Breeder, Mr. G. W. Balantine, Wasbington- 
ville, O. Owner, Mr. Thomas F. Russell, Calvert, 
Texas. 

Sire— Felton, brother to Reign (A.K.R. 178). 

Dam— Jessie Turner, by Druid (Prince— Dora) out 
of Ruby, by Rake out of Fanny. 

2063. Petrel H., black and white bitch, 
whelped Jan. 9, 1878. Breeder, Mr. J. C. Higgins, 
Delaware. Owner, Mr. Pierre Lorillard, Rancocus, 
Jobsiown, N. J. 

Sire— Pride of the Border (A.K.R. 226). 

Dam— Petrel (E. 4,298), by Prince (E. 1,399) out of 
Lill H. (E. 4.295). 

Record— Winner of many prizes, formerly owned 
and shown by Mr. James H. Goodsell. 

2064. Rebelle, black and white bitch, whelped 
Nov. 18, 1884. Breeder, Dr. W. A. Strother, Lynch- 
burg, Va. Owner, Mr. W. Henry Colquitt, 829 West 
Grace street, Richmond, Va. 

Sire— Rebel Wind'em, by Count Wind'em (Count 
Dick— Phantom) out of Noma, by Dan out of Nellie. 

Dam— Frost, by Leicester (Dan— Lill H.) out of 
Victress, by Dash II. out of Moll III. 

2065. Thomas K., orange and white dog* 
whelped Feb. 10, 1884. Breeder and owner, Mr. S. 
P. Olmsted, Coudersport, Pa. 

Sire— Jerry. 

Daw— White Rose (A.K.R. 1829). 



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2066. William Shear, lemon and white dog. 
whelped Feb. 10, 1884. Breeder and owner, Mr. 8. 
P. Olmstead, Coudersport, Pa. 

Sire— Jerry. 

Dam— White Rose (A.K.R. 1889). * 

2007. Tale* white and black dog, whelped 
June 24, 1884. Breeder, Mr. R. G. Hamilton, Troy, 
N.Y. Owner, Dr. W. Wotkyns Seymour, Troy, N. Y. 

Sire— Blue Dick, by Blue Dash (Pride of the Bor- 
der, A.K.R. 236— Dora) out of Jolly May, by Rob 
Hoy out of Pocahontas, by Adam's Rock out of 
Dora. 

Daw— Pilgrim, by Mac (Pride of the Border, 
(A.K.R. 826— Kirby) out of Louise, by Pontiac out of 
Judith, by Rob Roy out of Belle, sister to Mac. 

Irish Settees. 

2068. Biddy Berkley, dark red bitch, 
whelped Feb. 15, 1882. Breeder, Mr. John B. C. 
Lucas, 2.103 Pine street, St. Louis, Mo. Owner, Mr. 
Wm, R. Faribault, St. Loui?, Mo. 

Sire— Moore's Berkley, by EJcho (A K.R. 296) out 
of Loo II. (E. 6,168), by Glendenning's Grouse out of 
Nuttall's Maybe. 

Daw— Lucas's Biddy (A. 680). by Erin (E. 6,180) out 
of Whitford's Erin (A. 699), by Shamrock out of 
Bess. 

2069. Carrots, red bitch, whelped Sept. 6, 
1888. Breeder, Mr. Jean Grosvenor, Beach Bluff, 
Mass. Owner, Miss Mary Lee Brown, Pittsfleld, 
Mass. 

Sire— Elcho (A.K.R. 295). 
Daw— Zelda (A.K.R. 240). 

2070. Cash, dark red dog, whelped July 5, 
1884. Breeder, Mr. C. H. Dayton, Peekskill, N. Y. 
Owner, Dr. W. J. Carpenter, Katonah, Westchester 
county, N. Y. 

Sire— Glencho, by Elcho (A.K.R. 295) out of Noreen 
(A.K.R. 297). 

Daw— Vic, by Elcho (Elcho A.K.R. 296— Flounce) 
out o° Lady Helen, by imported Derg out of Kath- 
leen. 

2071. Don, red dog. whelped April, 1888. 
Breeder, Mr. R. Q. Taylor, Baltimore, Md. Owner, 
Mr. wm. W. R. Hall, Harford county, Md. 

Sire— Hela, by Elcho (A.K.R. 295) out of Lady 
Palmerston. 

Daw— Killarney, by Rufus II. (Von Culin's St. 
Patrick H.— his lioll) out of Von Culin's Moll II., by 
Rufus out of Friend. 

2072. Emeline B., dark red bitch, whelped 
Nov. 1, 1884. Breeder and owner, Mr. Chas. R. 
Squire, 685 River street, Troy, N. Y. 

Sire— Glencho, by Elcho (A.K.R. 295) out of Noreen 
(AiK.R. 297). 
Daw— Colleen Bawn (A.K.R. 507). 

2073* Fan, dark red bitch, whelped Jan. 10, 
1883. Breeder, Major Traf ton. Custom House, Bos- 
ton. Owner. Mr. John H. Gavin, 347 Broadway, 
South Boston. Mass. 

Sire— Ruby, by Elcho (A.K.R. 295) out of Rose 
<A.K.R.29Sj. 

Dam— Irish Maggie, by Red Hugh (Going's Bob— 
NicolPs Fan) out of Nina, by Pilot out of Flounce. 

2074. Frank C, dark red, white on breast, 
dog, whelped July 5, 1884. Breeder, Mr. John J. 
Scanlan, Full River, Mass. Owner, Mr. George A. 
Hellis, 14 Willow Place, Yonkers, N. Y. 

Sire— Glencho, by Elcho (A. K.R. 295) out of Noreen 
<A.K.R. 297). 

Daw— Lulu II., by Berkley (Elcho, A K.R. 295— Loo 
II.) out of Lulu, by Red out of Maud. 

2075. Glench-Elcho, red, white on breast 
and feet, dog, whelped July 5, 1884, Breeder, Mr. C. 
H. Dayton, Peekskill, N, Y. Owner, Mr. J. M. Frone- 
fleld, Jr., Wayne, Pa. 

Litter brother to Cash (A.K.R. 2070). 

2070* Jerry D., dark red, white spot on 
breast, dog, whelped Nov. 1, 1884. Breeder, Mr. C. 



R. Squire, 686 River street, Troy, N. Y. Owner, Mr. 
Charles B. Larthe, Cofaoes, N. Y. 

Sire— Glencho, by Elcho (A.K.R. 295) out of Noreen 
(A.K.R. 297). 

Dam— Colleen Bawn (A.K.R. 607). 

2077. Jim, red dog, whelped Nov. 10, 1888. 
Breeder, Mr. R. Q. Taylor, Baltimore, Md. Owner, 
Mr. W. Frank Herbert, Eliicott City, Md. 

Brother to Don (A.K.R. 2071). 

2078. King- Rover, red, white marks, dog, 
whelped Oct. 26, 1884. Breeder and owner, Mr. J. L. 
Carr, South Orange, N. J. 

Sire— Von Zechuscher's King Lear, by Rover II. 
(Rover, E. 6,198- Parmela, E. 8,287) out of Rose Brad- 
wardine, by Elcho (A.K.R. 295) out of Hall's Bess. 

Dow— Carr's imported Nell, pedigree not known. 

2079. Lady Per Lee, dark red, white spot 
on forehead and breast, white toes behind, bitch, 
whelped Nov. 1, 1884. Breeder, Mr. C. R. Squire. 586 
River street, Troy, N. Y. Owner, Mr. Mitchel Per 
Lee New York 

Sire— Glencho, by Elcho (A.K.R. 295) out of Noreen 
(A.K.R. 297). 
Daw— Colleen Bawn (A.K.R. 607). 

2080. Leigh Doane IL, dark red bitch, 
whelped June 19, 1884. Breeder, Mr. I. Henry Rob- 
erts, Camden, N. J. Owner, Mr. Wm. H. Child, Cot - 
tage Lane, Germantown, Pa. 

Sire— Chief (A.K.R. 281). 
Daw— Leigh Doane (A.K.R. 58). 

2081. Molly* red bitch, whelped Dec. 2, 1888. 
Breeder and owner, Dr. C. E. Nichols, Troy, N. Y. 

Sire-Elcho (A.K.R. 295). 
Daw-Ruby S. (A.K.R. 612). 

2082. Molly Mac, red, white markings, 
bitch, whelped April 9, 1884. Breeder, Mr. F. Grund- 
man, Highland avenue, M.J. Owner, Mr. J. L. Carr, 
South Orange, N. J. 

Sire— Grundman'8 imported Dash, pedigree un- 
known. 

Daw— Imported Nell (now Carr's), pedigree un- 
known. 

2083. Mona Moya» red bitch, whelped Jan. 



31, 1884. Breeder, Capt. Bixby, 5)£ Beacon street 

Boston, Mass. Owner, Mr. John H. 

Chatham street, Lynn, Mass. 



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Sire— Ruby, by Elcho (A.K.R. 295) out of Rose 
(A.K.R. 298). 
Daw— Madge,by Berkley out of FotUer's imp.Ruby . 

2084. Neff, red dog, whelped Sept. 7, 1879. 
Breeder, Mr. Max Wensel, 89 Fourth street, Hoboken ' 
N. J. Owner, Mr. L.W. Dart, Jr., Niantic, Conn. 

Sire— Arlington, formerly Boss, by Pratt'« Dan 
(Rodman's Dash— bis Susan) out of Hobart's Ruby, 
by Ducat's Tippoo out of his Ruby. 

Dam— Doe, by Buck (Ruby— Fanny) out of Floss, 
by Thigue out of Flora. 

2085. Pat, red dog, whelped Nov. 1, 1884. 
Breeder. Mr. C. R. Squire, 586 River street, Troy, 
N. Y. Owner, Dr. C. E. Nichols, Troy, N. Y. 

Sire— Glencho, by Elcho (A.K.R. 295) out of Noreen 
(A.K.R. 297). 
Daw— Colleen Bawn (A.K.R. 607). 

2086. Romie S„ dark red dog, whelped Nov. 
9, 1884. Breeder and owner, Mr. Chas. R. Squire. 
585 River street, Troy, N, Y. 

Sire— Glencho, by Elcho (A.K.R. 295) out of Noreen 
(A.K.R. 297j. 

Dam— Ruby S. (A.K.R. 512); now owned by Mr. 
Squire. 

2087. Rosalie, red, a few white hairs on chest, 
bitch, whelped Dec. 6, 1883. Breeder, Mr. Wm. H. 
Callender, Albany, N. Y. Owner, Mr. C. T. Pierce, 
80 Tiffany Place, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Sire— Pat O'More, by Rory,0'More (Rufus— Friend) 
out of Nora O'More, by Berkley out of Tilley. 

Daw— PearL by imported Dash (Grouse— Flirt) out 
of imported Kate, by Fench's Boy out of Nell. 



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2088* Saxon, dark red dog, whelped July 9, 
1883. Breeder, Mr. R. B. Westlake, Olyphant, Pa. 
Owner, Mr. F. C. Pierce, 153 Clinton street, Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. 

Sire— Roland, by Blcho (A.E.R. 295) out ot Rose 
(A.K.R. 298). 

Dam— Nellie B., by Dash (Goings Bob— NeaTs 
Fan) out of Creena, by Basts out of Sal. 

2089. Terrance, red dog, whelped Nov. 10, 1884. 
Breeder, Mr. W. N. Callender, Albany, N. Y. Owner, 
Mr. J. D. Culver, New London, Conn. 

Sire— Kildare (A.K.R. 610). 

Dam— Sylvia, by Rory O'More (Rufus— Friend) 
out of Nora, by Elcho (A.K.R. 905) out of Firefly. 

2090. Tramp, red dog, whelped July 94, 1884. 
Breeder, Dr. J. R. Housel, Watsontown, Pa. Owner, 
Mr. E. C. Payne, Beechwood, Pa. 

tfire-Tipton (A.K.R. 1098). 

Dam— Gyp, by Joel (York— Bess) out of Fan, by 
Robin's Mike out of his Cli. 



SPANIELS. 
Field and Cooker Spaniels. 

209 1. Beppo, black dog, whelped Aug. 22, 1883. 
Breeder, Dr. J. S. Niven, London, Ont. Owner, Mr. 
Chas. S. Francis, Troy, N. Y. 

Sire— Frank (A.K.R. 231). 

Dam— Bene (A.K.R. 515). 

2092* Colonel* chestnut and tan dog, whelped 
Nov. 15, 1884. Breeder, Mr. M. P. McKoon, Franklin, 
N. Y. Owner, Mr. W. H. Tuck, Wilkesbarre, Pa. 

#ire-Colonel Stubbs (A.K.R. 802). 

Darn— Daisy Cohoon, by Racer out of Nelly C, by 
Curly out of Sport. 

2093* Dick, liver and white dog, whelped June 
29, 1884. Breeder, Mr. Tbos. H. Terry, Hempstead, 
L. I. Owners, Messrs. Verplanck, Fishkill-on-Hudson, 

n. y. 

Litter brother to Nydia (A.K.R. 1697). 

2094. Glisten, black dog, whelped Oct. 26, 
1884. Breeder, Mr. B. F. Wilson, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Owner, Mr. E. W. Jester, St. George's, Del. 

Sire— Peerless Gloss (E. 12,718), by Young Beverlac 
<Beverlac, E. 5,256— Mouse) out of Nellie, by Punch 
out of Judy. 

Dam— Vic, by Dr. Boulton's Merry, by his Zoe out 
of Fan. 

2095* Josephine* liver and white bitch, 
whelped May 22, 1884. Breeder, Mr. H. W. Dryden, 
Mansfield, Mass. Owners, Messrs. F. W. Lowe and 
H. A. Wilbur, 88 Wendell street, Boston, Mass. 

Litter sister to Bonaparte (A.K.R. 1866). 

2096. Kins; Obo, black dog, whelped Oct. 17, 
1884. Breeder, Mr. Irving M. Dewey, New Haven, 
•Conn. Owner, Mr. H. W. Fuller, Hartford, Conn. 

Sire— Obo II. (A.K.R. 482). 

Dam— Daisy Zulu (A.K.R. 381). 

2097« President, black dog. whelped Nov. 5, 
1884. Breeder, Mr. W. H. Tuck, Wilkesbarre, Pa. 
Owner, Mr. John Harding, Wilkesbarre, Pa. 

Sire— McCoon's Bozique. 

Dam— Yolande (A.K.R. 528). 

2098. Spice* black dog, whelped Aug. 80, 1884. 
Breeders. Hornell Spaniel Club. Hornellsville, N. Y. 
Owner, Mr. Chas. S. Kendall, 818 Carlton avenue, 
Brooklyn. 

Sire -Hornell Jock (A.K.R. 1877). 
Z)om— Nancy S., by Dash (A.K.R. 655) out of Madge 
(A.K.R. 252). 

2099. Starlight, chestnut, white frill, dog. 
whelped Nov. 20,1884. Breeder. Cu minings Cocker 
Spaniel Kennel, South Acworth, N. H. Owner, Mr. 
John Gross, Jr., Junction City, Kan. 

Sire-Ober (A.K.R. 855). 

Dam— Olivia, by Snipe (A.K.R. 859) out of Flora. 



TERRIERS. 
Bull-Terriers. 

2100. Mark-Eared Royal, white, one 
black ear, dog, whelped Feb. 26, 1884 . Breeder, Mr. G. 
B. Foes. Owner, Mr. A. N. Goodhue, Wo burn, Mass. 

Sire-Young Royal (E. 9,525), by Marquis (E. 7,618) 
out of Lilly, by Mark-Eyed Victor (E. 2,792) out of 
Tulip. Marquis, by Tarquin (E. 2,716) out of Jones's 
Puss. Tarquin, by Mark-Eyed Victor out of Puss, by 
Hink's Gambler (Turk, E. 2,782— Kit) out of Young 
Puss. Mark-Eyed Victor, by Old Victor (E. 2,791) out 
of Steel's Puss. 

Dam— Scarlet II., by Randall out of Vero Shaw's 
Scarlet (E. 7,685): Randall, by Marquis (7,618) out of 
Wasp, sister to Tarquin. 

2101. Scarlet Princess, white bitch, 
whelped Feb. 26, 1884. Breeder, Mr. G. B. Foss. 
Owner, Mr. J. W. Newman, 87 Hanover street, Bos- 
ton, Mass. 

Litter sister to Mark-eared Royal (A.K.R. 2100). 

2102. Young Royal Prince, white dog, 
whelped Feb. 26, 1881. Breeder, Mr. G. B. Foss. 
Owner, Mr. J. W. Newman, 87 Hanover street, Bos- 
ton, Mas*. 

Litter brother to Mark-eared Royal (A.K.R. 2100). 

DANDIE DlNMONT TERRIERS. 

2103. Venture, pepper dog, whelped Nov. 8, 
1884. Breeder, Mr. Thos. H. Bell, P. O. Box 188, Troy, 
N. Y. Owner, Hon. Erastus Corning, Albany, N. Y. 

£ire— Peel (A.K.R. 483;. 
Dam— Vixen (A.K.R. 484). 

Fox-Terriers. 

2104. Clover Belle, white, black and tan 
bitch, whelped September, 1888. Breeders, Messrs. 
L. & W. Rutherfurd, New York. Owner, Clovernook 
Kennels. New York. 

Are— Joker, by Nailer (Buff— Activity) out of 
Ac- ive, by Gamester out of Gipscy. 

Dam— Warren Wakeful, by Brokenhurst Joe (Bel- 
grave Joe— Tricksey) out of Heedless, by Royal out 
of Tussle. 

Record— Puppy classes, first and special. New 
Haven and New York, and very high com., Chicago. 
Open classes, second, Chicago; chird. National Breed- 
ers' show, and third, New York Non-sporting fchow, 
1884. 

2105. Clover Blossom, late Jess, white 
bitch, whelped Nov. 22, 1882. Breeder. Mr. Spence. 
England. Owners, Clovernook Kennels, 'New York. 

Sire— Catesby, by Belgrave Joe (Bel voir Joe- Vic) 
out of Plot, by Pierce's Rebel out of Chutnee, by 
Pickle II. 

Dam -Puzzle, by champion Buff out of Old Milly, 
by Old Jock out of White Violet. 

Record— Third, Poulton-le-Fylde, England, 1884. 

2106. Clover Fidget, late Lill, white, lemon 
and tan bitch, whelpedJune 8, 1843. Breeder, Mr. 
Hamer, England. Owners, Clovernook Kennels, 
New York. 

-Sire— Belgrave Toney, by Belgrave Joe out of 
Tingle, by Tory out of Branstone*8 Nettle. 

Dam— Tricksey, by Olive Tart out of Needle, by 
Bailiff. 

Record— First, Burnsley; second, Cleckheaton, 
England, 1884. 

2107. Priscilla, white and tan bitch, whelped 
September, 1888. Breeders, Messrs. L. & W.'Rutder- 
furd. New York. Owners, Clovernook Kennels, Now 
York. 

Sire— Joker, by Nailer (Buff— Activity) out of 
Active, by Gamester out of Gipsey. 

Dam— Warren Bessie, by Bowstring (Turk— Vexer) 
out of Viola, by Vulcan out of Fly. 

2108* Rugby, black and tan head, black spot 
on back, dog, whelped July 20, 1884. Breeder, Mr. 
Frank 0. Wheeler, London, Ontario. Owner, Mr. 
W. T. Whitman, P. O. Box 290, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Litter brother to Hazel (A.K.R. 1987). 



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Irish Tebbiebs. 

2 1 09* Shaughraun, red dog, whelped Nov.22, 
1884. Breeder and owner, Mr. Lawrence Timpson, 
Maize! and. Red Hook P. O., Duchess county, N. Y. 

Sire— Drayton's Slasher, by Fury out of old 
champion Spuds (E. 6,846). 

Dam— Sheila (A.K.R. 187). 

Skye Terriers. 

2110. Little Dorritt, steel gray bitch, 
whelped Sept. 8, 1884. Breeder and owner, Mr. George 
Sanderson, Moncton, Ne^ Brunswick. 

Sire— Imported Watty. 
Daw— Imported Fanny. 

2111. Mull, steel gray dog, whelped Sept. 3, 
1884. Breeder, Mr. George Sanderson, Moncton, 
New Brunswick. Owner, Mr. Thos. Fyshe, Halifax, 
N. S. 

Sire— Imported Watty. 
Dam— Imported Fanny. 

2112. Rum, steal gray dog, whelped Sept. 3, 
1884. Breeder, Mr. George Sanderson, Moncton, 
New Brunswick. Owner, Mr. Edwin Taylor, Monc- 
ton, New Brunswick. 

Sire— Imported Watty. 
Dam— Imported Fanny. 

2113. Skye, steel gray dog, whelped Sept. 3, 
1884. Breeder, Mr. George Sanderson, Moncton, New 
Brunswick. Owner, Mr. Jotan S. Maclean, Halifax, 
N. S. 

Sire— Imported Watty. 
Dam— Imported Fanny. 



Breeding Register. 

« 

Entry free. Extreme care should be taken to write 
names plainly. Blanks furnished on receipt of ad- 
dressed and l cent stamped envelope. 

COLLIES. 
Ldlac— Robin Adiar.— Mr. E. Leveque's Lilac 
(A.K.R. 885) was bred to Mr. T. H. Terry's champion 
Robin Adair (A.K.R. 892) on Aug. 25, 1684. 

Wanda— Pugh's Tom.— The Sans Souci Ken- 
nels' Wanda (AJLR. 1924) was bred to their Pugh's 
Tom on Jan. 14. 

DEERHOUNDS. 

Mercia— Mac— The Clovernook Kennels' Mer- 
cia (A.K.R. 2011) was bred to their Mac, by Paddy 
out of Lassie, on Dec. 19, 1884. 

MASTIFFS. 
Onyx — Keno.— Messrs. John Clary & Sons' 
Onyx (A.K.R. 1766) was bred to their Keno (A.K.R. 
1766) on Dec. 2, 1884. 

Regie— Surry.— Mr. E. S. Porter's Regie 
(A.K.R. 1149) was bred to Mr. William North's im- 
ported Surry on Jan. 21. 

PUGS. 

Beauty— Napoleon.— The City View Kennels' 
Beauty (A.K.R. 1360) was bred to their Napoleon 
(A.K.R. 2037) on Jan. 2. 

Topsy— Youug Toby .—Mr. Whiteside'sTopsy 
was bred to the Cnequasset Kennels' Young Toby 
(A.K.R. 473) on Jan. 11. 

ST. BERNARDS. 
Rough-Coated. 
Abbess-Katerfelto.-The St. Bernard Ken- 
nels' Abbess (A.K.R. 783) was bred to Mr. W. W. 
Macfarland's Katerfelto (A.K.R. 789) on Dec. 8. 

Nun— Hermit.— The Chequasset Kennels' Nun 
(A.K.R. 24) was bred to their champion Hermit 
(A.K.R. 28) on Jan. 16. 



SETTERS. 
English Setters. 

Jule— Chalkley D.— Mr. James C. Robtrts'» 
Jule (A.K.R. 2059) was bred to Mr. E. K. Bis ham's 
Chalkley D. (A.K.R. 1456) on Jan. 2. 

Lucid— Emperor Fred.— H. Hedeman's Lucid 
(A.K.R. 176) was bred to Mr. Herzberg's Emperor 
Fred (A.K.R. 33) on Jan. 8. 

Medina— Lava Rock.— The Diamond State 
Kennels' Medina (A.K.R. 824) was bred to their Lava 
Rock (A.K.R. 369) on Jan. 22. 

TERRIERS. 
Bull-Terriers. 
Belle — President. — Mr. L. G. Dickinson's 
Belle was bred to Mr. E. S. Porter's President (A.K.R. 
1208), on Jan. 4. 

Daisy— Grand Duke.— Mr. H. W. Holmes's 
Daisy wag bred to Messrs. R. & W. Livingston's 
champion Grand Duke (A.K.R. 524), on Jan. 25. 

Lassie— Grand Duke.— Mr. Wm. Prelyman's 
Lassie was bred to Messrs. R. & W. Livingston's 
champion Grand Duke (A. R.R. 524), on Jan. 16. 

Trump — President.— Mr. Fenton Harris's 
Trump was bred to Mr. Edw. S. Porter's President 
(A.K.R. 1208) on Jan. 31. 

Fox-Terriers. 

Clover Blossom— Spice.— The Clovernook 
Kennels' Clover Blossom (A.K.R. 2105) was bred to 
Mr. Luke Turner's champion Spice on Nov. 26. 

Clover Fidget-Raby Nailer.-The Clover- 
nook Kennels' Clover Fidget (A. K.R. 2106) was bred 
to Mr. Openshaw's Raby Nailer, by Corinthian out 
of Plunder, on Dec. 8. 

Nettle— Mixture.— Mr. W.H. Cookson's Nettle 
(A.K.R. 1704) was bred to Mr. John E. Thayer's 
champion Mixture, by champion Spice out of Fairy 
m., on Dec. 17. 

Surrey Clove-Flippant.— The Surrey Ken- 
nels' Surrey Clove (A.K.R. 1899) was bred to their 
Flippant (A.K.R. 528) on Dec. 29. 



Produce Register. 



Entry free. Extreme care should be taken to 
write names plainly. Blanks furnished on receipt 
of addressed and 1 cent stamped envelope. 

COLLIES. 

Lassey— Pugh's Tom.— The Sans Souci Ken- 
nels' Lassey (A.K.R. 1920) whelped four dogs and 
three bitches on Jan. 10. Color, black, tan and 
white. Sired by their Pugh's Tom. 
POINTERS. 

Kitty Wells-Fritz.— The Maple Kennels* (Pat- 
terson, N. Y.) Kitty Wells (A.K.R. 1043) whelped 
three dogs and three bitches on Jan. 28. (One since 
dead.) Sired by their champion Fritz (A.K.R. 26S). 

Mistletoe— Bruce H.— Mr. J. W. Houston's 
Mistletoe (A.K.R. 12:2) whelped four dogs and five 
bitches on Jan. 5. Color, liver and white, feired by 
his Bruce H. (A.K.R. 695). 

PUGS. 

Daisy H.— Napoleon.— The City View Ken- 
nels' Daisy II. (A.K.R. 1861) whelped four dogs and 
two bitches on Jan. 3. Color, fawn, black markings. 
Sired by their Napoleon (A.K.R. 2037). 

Patience— Young Toby.— The Chequasset 
Kennels' Patience whelped one dog on Jan. 18. 
Color, stone fawn, jet black points. Sired by their 
Young Toby (A.K.R. 478). 



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ST. BERNARDS. 
Rough-Coated. 
Brenner— Hermit.— Mr. C. F. Tuft's Brenner 
(A.K.R. 706) whelped four dogs and three bitches on 
Nov. 19. Color, orange tawny and white and brindle 
and white. Four since dead. Sired by the Chequas- 
set Kennels' champion Hermit (AIR. 28). These 
puppies are the property of the Chequasset Kennels. 

Mona— Canton!.— Mr. R. J. Sawyer's Mona 
(A.K.R 1270) whelped fourteen (twelve since dead, 
two bitcnes living) on Jan. 8. Sired by Cantoni 
(A.K.R. 1362). 

8ETTERS. 
English Setters. 

Floss— Tug.— The San Souci Kennels' Floss 
(A.K.R. 1816) whelped six dogs on Jan. 24. Color, 
black, white and black ticked. Sired by Mr.Yewdeirs 
Tug (champion Thunder— Peg). 

Forest Ida— Paris HI.— Mr. R. McMillan's 
Forest Ida (A.K.R. 2054) whelped three dogs and 
four bitches on Dec. 25. Sired by Paris III. 

SPANIELS. 
Field and Cocker Spaniels. 
Critic— Obo H.— Mr. W. O. Partridge's Critic 
(A.K.R. 303) whelped two dogs and five bitches on 
Jan. 16. Color, black, two with white rpots on chest. 
8ired by Mr. J. P. Willey's champion Obo II. (A.K.R. 
482). 

TERRIERS. 

Bull-Terriers. 

Scarlet m.— President.— Mr. F. F. Dole's 

Scarlet III. whelped two bitches on Jan. 16. Color, 

pure white. Sired by Mr. E. S. Porter's President 

(A.K.R 1208). 

Skte Terriers. 
Curley — Fido.— Mr. E. L. Bailey's Curley 
(A.K.R. 1907) whelped two dogs and two bitches on 
Jan. 1. Color, silver. Sired by Mr. John McEnany's 
Fido. 

Stud Register. 



Entry fee (60 cents for 25 words or less; additional 
words 3 cents each) must accompany the entry. Ex- 
treme care should be taken to write names plainly. 
Blanks furnished on receipt of addressed and 1 cent 
stamped envelope. 

BULLDOGS. 
Champion Boz, white, brindle markings 
{A.K.R. 443), by champion Gamester out of Browse's 
Betsy. Has won five firsts, ihree championships 
and two specials. Photographs 50 cents each. Fee 
$35. Apply to R. & W. Livingston, 16 West Thirty- 
sixth street, New York city. 

POINTERS. 

Fritz, liver and white (A.K.R. 268). Winner of 
two firsts, one championship and special, is well 
made, very handsome, well broken and a perfect 
retriever from land or water, weighs 65 pounds. For 
terms and particulars address Maple Kennels, Patter- 
son, N. Y. 

PUGS. 

Treasure, cream fawn, jet black points (A.K.R. 
473), by Fritz (A.K.R. 569) out of imported Banjo. 
Has won during 1834 four first prizes, three chain 
piongnips and six specials. Sire of fine pups, but 
none have yet been shown. Fee $15. Apply to 
Chequasset Kennels, Lancaster, Worcester county, 
Moss. 

Young Toby, (imported) pale fawn, jet black 
mask, ears, nails (A.K.R. 478) by champion Toby out of 
Topsey. Has won several prizes in Great Britain, and 



first, or first and special whenever shown in America. 
Sire of Triumph, second, Montreal, 1884;Victory, sec- 
ond, bitch class, Montreal, 1884; Almah, first, puppy 
class, Taunton, ond Tra-la-la, second, puppy class, 
Taunton. Fee $15. Apply to Chequasset Kennels, 
Lancaster, Worcester county, Mass. 

ST. BERNARDS. 
Rough-Coated. 
Hermit* (imported), orange tawny, correct mark- 
ings, a grand head and Immense bone, perfect dispo- 
sition, by Rollo (E. 11.7541 out of Lady Abbess (E. 10.- 
648). Has won during 1884, one second prize,five firsts, 
two champions, six specials. Sire of five fine litters 
last fall. Fee $40. Apply to Chequasset Kennels, 
Lancaster, Worcester county, Mass. 

SETTERS. 
English Setters. 
Champion Dick Laverack, blue belton, 
by Thunder out of Peeress. Prize winnings.— Second, 
Pittsburgh, 1881, open class. First, London, 1881, 
special for best dog in show. Champion, Ottawa, 
1883, special for best dog in show. Champion, Lon- 
don, 1888, special for bt-st dog in show. Champion, 
Toronto. 1884, special for best dog in show. Cham 

Eion, Philadelphia, 1884, special for best dog in show, 
a perfect health. Fee $85. Apply to Samuel S. 
McDuen, 158 Annunciation street, New Orleans, La. 

SPANIELS. 
Field and Cocker Spaniels. 

Ober, (A.K.R. 855) small black cocker, will be 
allowed to serve a few approved bitches at reasona- 
ble terms. Ober won first at Manchester, 1884, only 
time shown. Cummings' Cocker Spaniel Club, 
South Acworth,N. H. 

TERRIERS. 
Bull-Terriers. 

Champion Grand Duke,(A.K.R. 524) white, 
by Hink's Dutch out of young Magnet. Has won 
seven firsts, three championships and six special 
prizes. Only times shown. . Sire uf Grand Duchess, 
nrst, Warwick and Crystal Palace, 1884, also of 
Archibald, first, Meriden, 1886. Photos 50 cents each. 
Fee $25. Apply to R. & W. Livingston, 16 W. Thirty - 
sixth street, New York. 

President* white, by Roocrof t's Randal out of 
Cry's Minnie. Has won first, New York, May, 1884; 
first, New York non-sporting show, October, 1884i 
champion and special, Chicago, 1884. Sire of Rosa, 
winner in puppy class, New York, May, 1884. Fee 
$15. Apply to Edwin G. Sorter, New Haven, Conn. 



Sale Register. 



TRANSFERS OF STOCK. 



Entry free. Extreme care should be taken to write 
names plainly. Blanks furnished on receipt of ad 
dressed and 1 cent stamped envelope. 

BEAGLES. 

Del*— Mr. Elly R. Watrous (Dayton, O.) has pur- 
chased Mr. E. W. Jester's (St. George's, Del.) bitch 
Del. 

George.— Mr. Elly R. Watrous (Dayton, O.) has 
purchased Mr. E. W. Jester's (St. George's, Del.) dog 
George. 

Gertie.— Mr. T. Massey (Middletown, Del.) has 
purchased Mr. E. W. Jester's (St. George's, Del.) 
bitch Gertie. 

Grant.— Mr. A.J. Ward (Boston, Mass.) has pur- 
chased Mr. E. W. Jester's (St. George's Del.) dog 
Grant. 



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Milo.-Mr. C. P. Miles (Sewickley, Pa.) lias pur- 
chased Mr. E. W. Jester's (St. George's. Del.) dog 
Milo. 

Spotter.— Mr. C. P. Miles (Sewickly, Pa.) has 
purchased Mr. E. W. Jester's (St. George's, Del.) bitch 
Spottier. 

Ward.— Mr. A. J. Ward (Boston, Mass.) has par- 
chased Mr. E. W. Jester's (St. George's, Del.) dog 
Ward. 

Wick.— Mr. C. P. Miles (Sewicklej , Pa.) has pur- 
chased Mr. E. W. Jester's (St. George's, Del.) bitch 
Wick. 

COLLIES. 

Lilac.— Mr. E. Leveque (Highland, N. Y.). has 
purchased Mr. Terry's bitch Lilac (A.K.R. 885). 

Nelson H.— Sans Souci Kennels (Philadelphia, 
Pa.) have purchased Mr. A. B. Kyle's (Detroit, Mich.) 
dog Nelson II. (A.K.R. 1750). 

Spotter— Jack Puppy.— Mr. Chas. Fitzpat- 
rick (Milton, Pa.) has purchased of the Sans Souci 
Kennels (Philadelphia, Pa.) a dog puppy, by Jack 
out of Spottei (A.K.R. 1576),whelped November, 1884. 

Spotter— Jack Puppy.— Capt. Jack Boyd 
(Greenville, S. C.) has purchased of the Sans Souci 
Kennels (Philadelphia, Pa ) a bitch puppy, by Jack 
out of Spotter (A.K.R. 1576), whelped November, 1884, 

Spotter— Shep Puppy.— Mr. Lewis Thomp- 
son (Camden. 8. C.) has purchased of the Sans 
Souci Kennels (Philadelphia, Pa.) a bitch puppy, by 
imported Shep out of Spotter (A.K.R. 1576), whelped 
April, 1*84. 

GREYHOUNDS. 

Leone.— Mr. John A. Doolittle (New Haven, 
Conn.) has purchased the City View Kennels' (New 
Haven, Conn.) bitch Leone. 

ITALIAN GREYHOUNDS. 
Fred.— Mr. J. C. Long, Jr. (New Yoric) has pur- 
chased Mr. E. W. Jester's (St. George's, Del.) dog 
Fred. 

Fleet-O.— Mr. C. W. De Pauw (New Albany, Ind.) 
has purchased Mr. E. W. Jester's (St. George's, Del.) 
bitch Fleet-o. ' 

MASTIFFS. 

Bruce.— Mr. F. G. Grimes (Hillsboro, N. H.) has 
purchased Messrs. John Clay & Son's dog Bruce 
(A.K.R. 1768). 

POINTERS. 

Viola.— Mr. J. H. Winslow (Philadelphia, Pa.) 
has purchased the Surrey Kennels' (Ellicott City, 
Md.) bitch VioJa (A.K.R. 708). 

Viola-Joker, Jr., Puppy.— Mr. W. S. 

Haines (Wilmington, Del.) has purchased of the 
Surrey Kennels a blac* bitch puppy, by Joker, Jr., 
out of Viola (A.K.R. 703). 

Viola— Joker Jr., Puppy.— Mr. J. H. Wins- 
low (Philadelphia, Pa.) has purchased of the Surrey 
Kennels a lemon and white dog puppy, by Joker, Jr., 
out of Viola (A.K.R. 708). 

PUGS. 
Pudgie.— The Chequasset Kennels (Lancaster, 
Mass.) have purchased Mr. Geo. W. Dixon's (Worces- 
ter, Mass.) imported bitch Pudgie and since sold it 
to the Ashmont Kennels (Boston, Mass.). 

Teaser.— Mr. J. Kleiner (New Haven, Conn.) has 
purchased the City View Kennels' (New Haven, 
Conn.) dog Teaser (A.KR. 1987). 

Treasure II., Trump and Twilight.— 

The Chequasset Kennels (Lancaster, Mas3.) have 

Surchased Mr. Geo. W. Dixon's (Worcester, Mass.) 
ogs and bitch puppies Treasure II., Trump and 
Twilight. 



ST. BERNARDS. 
Anno*— The Chequasset Kennels (Lancaster, 



Mass. > have purchased the Essex Kennels* (Andover, 
Mass.) bitch Anno, by " *• — — — -- 

Daphne H. (A.K.R. 489). 



Mass.) bitch Anno, by Caesar (A.K.R. 22) out of 



Elsa— Bruno Puppy. — Mr. 8. Haviland 
(Brooklyn, N. T.) has purchased of the MJllbrook 
Kennels a dog and bitch puppy, by Bruno out of 
Elsa. 



Ivry.— Mr. I. C. B. Smith (Worcester, 



i.)l 



purchased the Chequasset Kennels' (Lancaster, 
Mass.) doglvry, by Caesar out of Brunhilde. 

Klopstock, Kron, Kleine. — Chequasset 
Kennels (Lancaster, Mass.) have purchased Mr. C. F. 
Tuft's (Lancaster, Mass.) dog and bitch pups Klop- 
stock, Kron and Kieine, by Hermit out of Brenner. 

Knight.— Mr. F. W. Webb (Baltimore, Md.) has 
purchased the Chequasset Kennels' (Lancaster, 
Mass.) dog Knight, by Mentor II. out of Brunhilde. 

Lorraine.— Dr. W. S. Webb (New York) has 
purchased the Millbrook Kennels' bitch pup Lor- 
raine, by Caesar out of Daphne H. 

Norah.— The St. Bernard Kennels (Clifton, S. I.) 
have purchased Mr. Geo. V. Skal's (New York) bitch 
Norah (A.K.R. 790). 

Sovereign.— Mr. John Henry (New Orleans, 
La.) has purchased the Chequasset Kennels' (Lan- 
caster, Mass.) dog Sovereign (A.K.R. 799). 

SETTERS. 
English Setters. 
Blue Belle.— Mr. Pierre Lorillard (New York) 
has purchased Mr. E. W. Jester's (St. George's, Del.) 
bitch Blue Belle (A.K.R. 99). 

Bobolink.— Mr. A. Scherer (Fountain City, Wis.) 
has purchased Mr. E. W. Jester's (St. George's, Del.) 
dog Bobolink (A.K.R. 1167). 

Dashwood.— Mr. Geo. F. Clark (St. George's, 
Del.) has purchased Mr. E. W. Jester's (St. George's, 
Del.) dog Dashwood (A.K.R. 2049). 

Dick L»averack.— Mr. Samuel S. McCuen (New 
Orleans) has purchased Mr. T. G. Davey's (London, 
Ont.) dog Dick Laverack (A.K.R. 203 i). 

Glen- Ada.— Mr. Pierre Lorillard (New York 
city) has purchased Mr. E. W. Jester's (St. George's, 
Dei.) bitch Glen-Ada. 

Glen-EUy.— Mr. Elly R. Watrous (Dayton, O.) 
has purchased Mr. E. W. Jester's (St. George's Del.) 
bitch Glen-Elly. 

Glen-LaBS.— Mr. Pierre Lorillard (New York 
city) has purchased Mr. E. W. Jester's (St. George's, 
Del.) bitch Glen-Lass. 

Glen-Ola.— Mr. Pierre Lorillard (New York city) 
has purchased Mr. E. W. Jester's (St. George's, Del.) 
bitch Glen-Ola. 

Lucid. -Mr. H. Hedeman has purchased Mr. 
E. A. Herzberg's (Brooklyn, N. Y.) bitch Lucid 
(A.K R. 176). 

Bena— Royal Sultan Puppy. -Mr. Mon- 
day (New York) has purchased of Mr. A. Foster 
(Orange, N. J.) a dog puppy out of Foster's Rena, by 
Hugh Hal's Royal Sultan (A.K.R. 119). 

SPANIELS. 
Field and Cocker Spaniels. 
Captain H.-Mr. Fred. Bollett (Brooklyn, N.Y.) 
has purchased Mr. Herman F. Schellhass's (Brook- 
lyn, N. Y.) dog Captain II. (A.K.R. 1867). 

Lady Bub— Benedict's Boy Iiitter.— 

Mr. Herman Schellhass (Brooklyn, N.Y.) has sold the 
following puppies, whelped Oct. 18, 1884, by Bene- 



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diet's Boy (A.K.R. 180) out of Lady Bub (A.K.R. 008). 
a Mack dog to Mr. James Queen (Brooklyn, N. Y); 
a black dog to Mr. F. J. Oakes (Brooklyn. N. Y.): a 
black dog to Mr. T. J. Washburn (Brooklyn, N. Y.); 
a liver dog to Mr. F. B. Jordan (New York dty)\ a 
black bitch to Mr. C. C. Tracy (Brooklyn, N. Y.); a 
solid black bitch to Mr. Geo. Martin (Washington, 
D. C). 

terriers. 

Bttll-Tsbbiebs. 
Criterion. -Mr. Wm. W. Russell (New York) has 
purchased Messrs. R. & W. Livingston's (New York) 
dog Criterion (A K.R. 1836). 

Fox-Tkrbdbbs. 

Belvoir Jack.— Mr. G. H. Stansbury (Frank- 
lin, Fa.) has purchased the Surrey Kennels* (Ellicott 
City, Md.) dog Belvoir Jack (A.K.R. 627). 

Surrey Sam.— Mr. E. Linthicum (Ellicott City, 
Md.) has purchased the Surrey Kennels 1 (Ellicott 
City, Md.) dog Surrey Sam (A.K.R. 1480). 

Trix.— Dr. J. W. Hebb (Howard county, Md.) has 
purchased the Surrey Kennels 1 (Ellicott City, Md.) 
bitch Trix (A.K.R. 748). 



ON SALE. 



Entry fee (50 cents for 25 words or less, additional 
words 2 cents each) must accompany entry. Extreme 
care should be taken to write names plainly. Blanks 
furnished on receipt of addressed and 1 cent stamped 
■envelope. 

POINTERS. 
Puppies.— A choice litter of seven, three months 
old, lemon and white, by Frit* (A.K.R. 268), winner of 
two firsts, one championship and special, out of 
Bird (A.K.R. 1658), also a first prize winner. Both sire 
and dam are well broken. Prices very reasonable. 
Address Maple Kennels, Patterson, N. Y. 

PUGS. 
Napoleon (A.K.R. 2087)-Beauty (A.K.R. 1861) 
puppies.— Two dogs and two bitches, whelped 
Jan. 8, 1885, a very promising litter. For full particu- 
lars address City view Kennels, Box 620, New Haven, 
Conn. 

ST. BERNARDS. 

Puppies (rough and smooth).- A fewfine puppies, 
male and female, big-boned, handsome and promis- 
ing, whelped October, 1884, by champion Hermit out 
of Irma, Alma, Theon, and by Mentor U. out of 
Brunhild. Address Chequasset Kennels, Lancaster, 
Mass. 

SPANIELS. 

Field and Cookeb Spaniels. 
Puppies.— A litter of black cocker spaniel pup- 
pies of the Obo strain. For full information address 
J. P. Wihey, Salmon Falls, N. H. 

Obo H. Puppies.— For sale, a dog and bitch 
puppy, whelped Dec. 16, by Obo II., the champion 
show dog and sire, out of Nellie (A.K.R. 812), winner 
i of special for the best bitch, New York, and first, Chi- 
' cago, 18S3 ; only times shown. These are particularly 
promising puppies. Price of dog $25, bitch $20, or 
$40 the brace. Jas. Watson, P. O. Box 770, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 

TERRIERS. 

Skte Terriers. 
Little Dorrit (A.K.R. 2110), bitch, $20, steel 

Say, prick ears; whelped Sept. 8, 1884, out of an 
ported pair, prize-takers at New Nork, Ottawa, 
and local shows. Address George Sanderson, Monc- 
ton, N. B., Canada. 



Corrections. 



AU persons are urged to use extreme care to write 
plainly. Entries must be made on the blanks fur- 
nished for the purpose. Subscribers should note the 
corrections against the original entry. 

1459. Diana.— The dam of this bitch is Zoo 
(A.K.R. 1830), which see for correction in pedigree. 

1831. Boss. -Owner's name should be Thos. 
H. Stryker. 

1903. Surrey Ned.— Should be litter brother 
to Surrey Max. 

1904. Surrey Vic— Should be litter sister to 
Surrey Joe. 

1922. Nellie D.— The importer of Leg was 
Sol Meridith. 

DEATHS. 
820. Good Princess.-I>istemp«r. 
1216. Helen.— Died in parturition. 
1648. Comet.— Entered in Index as Cornet in 
error. 
1727. Bena.— Died in parturition. 

To Correspondents. 

H. M. P.— Your entry was written distinctly 
Lassey, and it cannot be altered to Lassie because 
that name is claimed already. 

J. H. G.— Mr. Hayes's Irish setter is not registered. 



Meeting of the A. K. C. 

THE Executive Committee of the American 
Kennel Club met Jan. 24. The meeting 
was called to order by J. M. Taylor, President, 
and General W. B. Shattuc appointed Secre- 

The following clubs were represented in per- 
son or by proxy, viz. : Montreal Kennel Club, 
Baltimore Kennel Club, Cleveland Bench Show 
Association, Illinois Kennel Club, Kentucky 
Kennel Club, St. Louis Kennel Club. Cincinnati 
Sportsmen's Club and Bench Show Association. 
The New Haven Kennel Club having author- 
ized the representative of the Westminster Uub 
or in his absence the representative of the New 
England Kennel Club to cast its vote, neither 
being present, it was left without representa- 

The minutes of the meeting*of Oct. 22, 1884, 
at New York city, were read and approved. 
The regular order of business according to the 
by-laws was then taken up. There being no 
election of officers, the secretary's report and 
the treasurer's report were read and approved. 
No reports from committees. It was decided 
not to take up the election of members until the 
next meeting, when a full representation could 
be had. Under head of miscellaneous business, 
the proper construction of Rules 8 and 9 were 
then taken up for discussion. After a full con- 
sideration, the rules as interpreted by the presi- 
dent and published in the principal sportsmen s 
papers over his signature, viz.: "All dogs of 
whatsoever breed that have won a first prize 
in the open classes at the bench shows of any 
organization now recognized as a member of 
the American Kennel Club, should be entered 
in the Champion class, and all dogs that have 
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regardless of former competition, should be en- 
tered in the Extra Champion class. In future 
winnings dogs will be advanced strictly in ac- 
cordance with Rules 8 and 9, and no awards 
will be recognized except those made by mem- 
bers of the A. K. C," were approved, with the 
following addition, viz.: that "previous win- 
ners of first prizes in the open class shall take 
advantage of their winning during the year 
1885 by entering in the Champion class ; if they 
do not before Jan. 1, 1886, they shall be con- 
tinued in the open class until their winnings 
amount to three first prizes." 

It was also the unanimous opinion of the 
meeting, that Rules 8 and 9 of the A. K. C. 
should only apply to coming shows given un- 
der the auspices of members of the association, 
with the understanding that clubs may avail 
themselves of the right of Section 33 of Rules 
and Regulations, in advertising extra cham- 
pion class or not, as they think proper. 

W. B. Shattuc, Acting Sec'y- 



American Kennel Club Rules. 

THE deplorable mistake made by Major 
Taylor, in connection with the new cham- 
pion rule, is rendered still worse by the action 
of himself and General Shattuc at a meeting 
held at Cincinnati. The holding of the meet- 
ing was very questionable, while the majority 
representation by proxy or indeed any proxy 
representations on the executive committee 
■were quite illegal. We have tried for three 
months to raise our protest in the Register 
against these rules but have never had room 
to do so. In this dilemma we have applied to 
the editor of Forest and Stream, who has kindly 
consented to print the comments. 



What Are Champions? 

Editor American Kennel Register: 

Will you kindly enlighten some of us breed- 
ers and intending exhibitors in regard to the 
meaning of Rules 8 and 9 of the American Ken- 
nel Club Association? We would also be glad 
of a list of the clubs now forming the Associa- 
tion. If a dog has already won three first 
prizes at shows under the auspices of clubs now 
members of the association, though not at the 
time his record was made, what is his stand- 
ing? Ought he to be entered in the open class, 
the champion or the extra champion class, on 
the next occasion? Information will be gladly 
received by Chequ asset. 

[Our correspondent is not the only one who 
is nonplussed by the action of M aj or Taylor in 
altering the meaning of Rule 8. What the rule 
means, and what the president of the club and 
his proxy votes say it is, are totally at vari- 
ance. In another column will be found the 
latest explanation, to which we are totally op- 
posed, because it was never the intention of 
the association at the time the rule was made 
that there should beany meaning but what 
the words expressly implied To get further 
light on the subject, we communicated with 
Mr. E. S. Porter, secretary of the American 
Kennel Club, who replies as follows: 

"I inclose copy of the minutes of the meet- 
ing of the Executive Committee of the A. K. 
C, held at Cincinnati on January 24. The 
New Haven club will require three first prizes 



before a dog can compete in a champion class- 
This interpretation of Rule 8 is deemed the 
only right one to enforce, as it is in the spirit 
of what was deemed advisable by the meeting 
held in New York last October. It seems only 
right that each previous win in the champion 
class should count as a win; and the New 
Haven club has decided that any dog having 
won three first prizes, whether they be three 
open class, one open and two champion or two 
open and one champion, is eligible to the cham- 
pion class. If the interpretation of Major 
Taylor is accepted, it places the shows exactly 
where thev were a year ago, and where they 
will remain for a year to come. The New 
Haven club joined the association with the un- 
derstanding that three first prizes would be 
required, and feel fully justified in upholding 
the letter and spirit of the rule as it was 
adopted." 

We fully indorse Mr. Porter's view of the 
rule, and of course to qualify a dog for the 
ridiculous extra champion class he must win 
two champion prizes in classes to be held under 
the new rules; in other words, no dog is yet 
eligible for such a class. The members of the 
association are the Westminster, New Eng- 
land. Illinois, Cleveland, Montreal, Cincinnati, 
Baltimore, Kentucky, St. Louis, New Bruns- 
wick, London, New Haven and Philadelphia 
clubs.] 

The Spaniel Bozique. 

Editor American Kennel Register: 

I notice your remarks attached to Register 
No. 1978, in last issue of Register. Please ex- 
plain the good reason for same, as I am unable 
to say as yet who is to blame for it, whether 
Mr. Tuck or yourself. I am well aware that 
Mr. Tuck has pretty well succeded in mftirfocr 
"a bull" in all his registers, probably through 
inexperience and incompetency to get things 
straight as given him. He was given the pedi- 
gree and history correctly of Bozique. and 
there is no excuse for his attaching to it a sus- 
picion of ''said to be imported". Bozique was 
bred by McGowan, of Edinburgh, Scotland, 
out of his thorough and straight bred cockers 
Glyde and Glen, and Bozique was whelped in 
the fall of 1882, and was given, when a few- 
weeks old, to Mr. Robert K. Kamp, a personal 
friend of his and an acquaintance of mine, who 
brought him to this country, and I am trying* 
to find out now the names of his grandparents, 
greatgrandparents and greatgreatgrandpar- 
ents, etc., for no one to look at him once can 
for a moment deny but what his entire lineage 
is entirely free from any field spaniel or other 
foreign blood of any nature, and that he not 
only had a fine sire and dam m Glyde and Glen 
but grandsire and granddam, etc., as well. He 
is a remarkably fine specimen and deserves 
laudation rather than censure for being a fine 
one. I intend to have him registered as soon 
as I can get further particulars that I am 
positive can be relied upon, but don't propose 
to have him registered as "said to be im- 
ported," or in the loose way many are 
registered I see. Neither do I propose to give 
his pedigree to those seeking his stud service, 
further than I am able to vouch for, for any 
selfish motive. He is a fine dog, as hosts of 
sportsmen are aware, and they will be sur- 
prised to see such footnotes attached to Mr. 



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. Tuck's Register number, and I fear may give it 
as a wrong motive causing it somewhere. 
Please explain the same so that I may see the 
good reason for it. M. P. McKoon. 

Franklin, Delaware Co., N. Y., Jan. 17, 1885. 

[We insert the characteristic letter of Mr. 
McKoon in its entirety. His aspersions on Mr. 
Tuck are totally unwarranted, as no one can be 
more particular or careful in his entries tban 
that gentleman. Mr. Tuck sent with his entry 
the original statement of Mr. McKoon, as fol- 
lows: 'TBozique was bred by a Mr. McGtowan, 
of Edinburgh, Scotland, and is out of his Glyde 
and Glen, represented to be very choice and 
rare specimens. Bozique was Riven, when a 
pappy? °y Mr. McGowan to Mr. Robert K. 
Kamp, a personal friend of his, who died a few 
months after reaching here, and we have as 
yet been unable to find any further particulars 
of Boziqua" In accepting the registration of 
Mr. Tuck's dog by Bozique we came ta the con- 
clusion that the pedigree of the sire was just 
definite enough to be indefinite. It is uncer- 
tain whether Glyde or Glen was his sire or his 
dam. If Mr. McKoon had sent on Bozique's 
entry we should have returned it with the sug- 
gestion that he had better obtain more definite 
information respecting the pedigree, and if 
possible trace it to some more definite ancestry, 
forwarding to us the original correspondence 
he might receive. With Mr. Tuck's entry there 
was this marked difference, his dog was un- 
doubtedly by Bozique, and was entitled to be 
so registered. The further addition of Glyde 
or Glen means nothing, and if Bozique had been 
for several years in the country and at the 
stud we would have passed it; but he is a new 
dog of virtually unknown paternity, but one 
that there should be no difficulty in deciding, 
owing to the short time since his arrival in this 
country and his passing through so few hands. 
This was the course adopted by Mr. Wade in 
the case of his mastiff Tiny, and the result was 
his securing a full pedigree and a correction of 
his name to DeBuch, under which he was reg- 
istered.J 

The English Mastiff. 

BY M. B. WYNN. 

Part IV.-Early History. 

AFTER the evidences of the British mastiff 
left to us by the Roman poets and artists 
at the time when Roman supremacy over 
Britain was in the height of its culture and 
civilization, meagre are any traces of the breed 
until after the Norman conquest. The Saxons, 
a race of rude warriors, terse in their phraseol- 
ogy, and possessed of little skill in sculpture or 
carving, apparently found the British mastiff 
used principally as a chained watchdog. Saxon 
sculptures are scarce and very rude, being 
seemingly only copied from the Koman, and it 
is not surprising that no sculptured figures of 
dogs of that period have been found. One of 
the most curious and perfect examples of 
Saxon sculpture that I have seen is in Chiches- 
ter Cathedral, Sussex. They were found built 
into the walls and are supposed to have been 
brought from the Saxon cathedral at Selsea, in 
Sussex. The subjects are scriptural pieces, 
and are boldly-carved, raised figures, in a kind 
of red clay or deep red, softish stone — and I 
mention them to show the existence of the art, 



rare as examples are. In the natural history, 
or rather Besteraii, as it was termed, of the 
Middle Ages, although we find numerous figures 
of animals, such as the lion, bear, bull and ram, 
we do not often find figures of the dog. This 
unfortunate circumstance is easily accounted 
for, as the animals depicted in these semi- 
sacred subjects are all symbolical, and although 
the artist depicting Taurus or Aries intended to 
portray the ancient fabulous animal, they could 
only draw or carve from the living models 
around them. Thus, a Durham carver depict- 
ing Taurus, would unintentionally leave benind 
for the modern breeder a fairly reliable por- 
trait of the type of the Tees water cattle of his 
day; while the Herefordshire sculptor would 
delineate the Hereford bull of the period, whose 
type is thus handed down to posterity pre- 
served among the crumbling, calcareous re- 
mains and dusty particles of their breeders who 
rest around. 

From the miserere carving of Worcester and 
other cathedrals we may obtain the forms of 
our early English cattle and sheep, but the 
mastiff not being symbolical of any sacred or 
profane subject, is not found, still it is very 
possible that interesting information might be 
brought to light by research among the old 
illuminated MSS. and Saxon chronicles. One 
of the greatest drawbacks hitherto to any 
discovery and information from suoh sources, 
is the fact that few antiquarians have any- 
real knowledge of the characteristic feat- 
ures of the various breeds of dogs, in fact they 
are neither dog fanciers nor judges as a rule. 
Until lately the majority of dog fanciers were 
also too ignorant and coarse in their ideas to 
have any taste for such investigation, but the 
educated and thoughtful would wish to raise 
the tone of the fancy and cause the antiquarian 
and learned to appreciate the defined points of 
the various breeds, and practical ana experi- 
enced breeders know the value of ascertaining 
knowledge of old ancestral features, which 
are very fixed and hard to eliminate, unless 
broken up in a systematic way. 

Thus of the mastiff during the Saxon times, 
there is next to no record, oeyond their terse 
barbarian name for the animal, that of Bandog, 
which has been handed down from the days 
of Canute to the last century, when that undis- 

Suted authority on all such subjects, W. A. 
isbaldiston. in his "British Sportsman's 
Dictionary," published 1792, ignores the word 
mastiff, using, like a true Saxon, the word 
Bandog to define the breed. Bandog or band- 
dog is of Saxon origin, from Banda, a chain, or 
any narrow ligament by which a thing is 
bound, and Doc, a dog, hence Banda-doc or 
Band-dog, a chained dog, which was the orig- 
inal term for the mastiff; as example, Ains- 
worth, in the 1672 edition of his Latin and Eng- 
lish dictionary, gives Band-dog, or Bandog, a 
Molossus vel cants catenarius, and under 
c&t&n&rius, chained or linked; and catenarius 
cants a Band-dog or Ty-dog. In Seneca, who 
flourished about A.D., 50 are the following 
lines: i% Oraeeris catenario cam, et his quum 
multum latravit objecto cibo mansueoit (Seneca 
Lib. iii. de Ira). 

Some idea can be gathered of the antiquity 
of the practice of chaining dogs to prevent in- 
gress or egress from the mythical Cerberus, 
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by his chain from hell. N. Bailey, 1742, gives 
tiand-dog— a dog kept in bands or tied up, a 
mastiff. Thus we see that in the seventeenth 
and eighteenth century Bandog was under- 
stood to mean the mastiff. Chaucer mentions 
the Bandog, and Spencer, writing in the six- 
teenth century, uses the word Bandog for the 
mastiff in the "Faiery Queen." Dr. Cams, writ- 
ing about 1550, uses both the word Bandog and 
mastiff to define the mastiff group, and Shake- 
speare follows him, making use of both words, 
as in "Henry VI.," Scene 4, Act I. : 

"The lime when screech owls fly 
And Bandogs howl." 

Again in "The Tempest," Scene 2., Act I. : 

"Bowgh! Wowgh! 
The watch do*s bark." 
That polished little diamond, Rogers, whore- 
flashed in prismatic shades the gems of others, 
evidently copied from these lines in his "Pleas- 
ures of Memory," when he says: 

"Imps in the barn with mousing owlet bred, 
From rifled roost at nightly revel fed. 
When in the breeze the distant watch-dog bayed.'* 

It was formerly the custom to Keep the mas- 
tiff chained up during the day and to loose them 
at night, as may be seen by old records. 
Anciently, by law, the Bandog had to be muz- 
zled, or to be kept chained up during the day, 
but this law had fallen into disuse in Elizabeth's 



__r. Vero Shaw, in his "Book on the Dog," 
has seen fit to sneer at the ancient Bandogs as 
unlucky brutes, kept always on the chain, thus 
showing great Historical ignorance on his part, 
as such dogs, fastened up in a yard with a lone 
chain during the day, and then let loose toward 
dusk to run about the premises until next 
morning at pleasure, would get far more exer- 
cise and consequently be far healthier than our 
modern show specimens, and the constant exer- 
cise would fully account for their superior legs 
and feet, points Mr. Shaw himself notes as 
shown in old pictures of the mastiff. We see 
from Bloomfleld's "Farmer's Boy," that it was 
the custom in England up to 1800 even, to leave 
the mastiff unchained during the night to roam 
about at pleasure, even to go sheep worrying 
until suspected. 

Through the Norman conquest bringing with 
it a culture of everything in any way connected 
with hunting, and with its barbarian or dog 
latin, we get further insight to the broad-set, 
heavy .Pugnaces of Britain. The word mastiff 
is evidently of Anglo-Norman origin. I hold 
that most probably it is a latinized form of the 
French word massif (thick or massive) being 
given on account of the thick-set, massive, or 
mastyformof the breed. The earliest men- 
tion of the word mastiff that I have met with 
is in the Forest laws of Henry IE., who ordained 
that the cJaws of the mastivus should be cut 
off, if his owner lived within the limits of the 
Foresta or great forest. The tyrannical system 
of Forest law introduced by William I. con- 
tinued during the Norman dynasty, but when 
the Saxon line was restored in Henry II., the 
Forest laws were much ameliorated, and this 
particular law appears to have been derived 
from the 23d section of the constitutions or 
laws of the Forest made by King Canute. 
Strutt states that the oldest treatise on hunting 
he was aware of, was that of Tweci orTwety, 



which was written about 1300 in French. 
The MS. Strutt quoted from was in English, 
and he judged from its appearance that it 
would be nearly coeval with the original, but 
the name of John Jyfford is joined to that of 
Twety. In this tract it is stated that "the 
mastiff is a good hounde for hunting the wild 
boar. " Now as Jyff ord's translation was made 
soon after 1300 it would be a little previous to 
the time of Chaucer, and from the two tracts 
may be gathered the Norman-French and the 
Anglo-Norman word for the Bandog or Pug- 
naces of England. The MS. by Jyfford is m 
the Cotton Library at the British Museum, Ves- 
pasian B XII., but Strutt does not mention 
now the word mastiff is spelled in this instance. 
Chaucer (who was born 1328 and died in 1400),. 
having had a liberal education, being some time 
at Cambridge and it is believed studied also at 
Oxford, may be trusted for using the common 
and correct term for the mastiff, and we find 
him using the Saxon term Bandog and older 
British word Alan. Thus the word mastiff 
seems of Norman origin, and only to have been 
introduced about 1300, while the majority of 
Englishmen would continue to use the word 
Bandog longsubsequently. In 1472 Caxton had 
returned to England and introduced the art of 
printing, and about that date Albert Durer, of 
whom Longfellow so justly says: 

"Emigravit is the inscription on the tombstone 

where he lies. 
Dead he is not, but departed, for the artist never 

dies," 

brought to a fair state of perfection the art 
of engraving on wood to produce wood cuts. 
In 1481, but according to Bergean in 1496, was. 
printed at St. Albans (from which the work 
took the name of the "Book of St. Albans") a 
treatise on hunting, by Dame Juliana Berners, 
and it was illustrated by Wynkyn de Worde. 
Strutt states it to have been little more than a 
copy of the treatise of Jyfford and Twety- 
This work, however, contains the earliest 
printed instance I know of the word mastiff,, 
which is spelled "mastif." Shakespeare uses 
the word mastiff on several occasions, as ex- 
ample, in "Henry V.," Act IIL, Scene 7: "Thia 
island of England breeds very valiant creatures; 
their mastiffs are of unmatcnable courage." I 
have not compared many of the older editions 
of Shakespeare, thus cannot state the general 
spelling of the word. 

Having so far traced the origin of the mas- 
tiff, it will further prove its history and also 
that of the breed by tracing its etymology. 
Manwood, in his work on "The Forest Laws," 
states that the mastiff derives its name from 
the Saxon Masc-thefese or thief-frightener, but 
with all respect to Manwood, I wink he has 
jumped at a conclusion, as we find no mention 
of the mastiff under that name in the Saxon 
Forest laws, and I have never met with or 
heard of the word mastivus in any author pre- 
vious to the Norman conquest. I have already 
stated it is, in my opinion, of Norman origin, 
being seemingly merely a latinized form of 
the French word massif (masc.) massive (fern.), 
the theme of which is mas, a lump or mass.. 
The breed being termed the massif evidently 
from its thickset or massive build. From the 
anglicized translation of the Norman Latin 
mastivus we get masty or thickset fellow.. 
Also a mastiff (as example, the masty in "The 



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Two Maids of Moredake," printed in 1609) also 
the word mastif as printed in 1481, in "The 
Book of St. Albans," as well as the old English 
form mastive, as in Butler's "Hudibras," "For 
now the mastives charging home," (Part VI., 
Canto iii, line 79), and the now generally 
accepted form of mastiff, although among the 
more homely sort of country people the word 
is generally pronounced still as mastive. 

By consulting the older dictionaries we get 
some insight into the etymology and accepted 
origin and meaning of the word mastiff among 
scholars. In the 1650 edition of Ains worth, 
under the word mastiff, is given: Mastiff 
masty, or masty dog, a Molossus, vide Virgil's 
"Georgics," Lib. ii, line 405. In this instance we 
see Ainsworth quoting a wrong number in the 
"Georgics." but here we have the word masty 
accepted ior mastiff down to 1650. In the 1677 
edition of Ainsworth. Latin and English, is 
given Band-dog or Bandog, a Molossus vel 
cants catenarius, and under Molossus a mas- 
tive dog. Bailey, in his 1742 edition, states as 
follows : * 'Mastiff— French, un matin barbare ; 
Latin, mastivus, a sort of great dog." In L. 
Desperez edition of Horace, published 1740, un- 
der annotation 5 the Molossus is explained as: 
u Cants ingens, Gallice a dogue, Anglice a mas- 
tiff, Molossus exEpiro ubi populo fuere Mo- 
lossi" (Strabo, Lib. VII.). In A. Boyer's diction- 
ary, French and English, published 1788, is as 
follows: "Eng., mastiff, masty, a masty dog. 
F., a dog of the largest kind, un matin, un gros 
cnlenpourla guarded'un basse-cour. Masty 
fellow, F., a clown, un matin, un paysan, un 
rastre." 

These definitions of Ainsworth, Bailey, Des- 
perez and Boyer are worthy of attention, as 
they furnish distinct evidence that from 1650 
the mastiff was regarded a dog of the largest 
kind, a masty or massive house dog, and there- 
fore totally distinct from the modern bulldog, 
and however tedious it may be to wade through 
these explanations, they are necessary for the 
ordinary reader, who may wish to understand 
Dr. Caius, Aldrovandus, Sir H. Spelman Ray 
and other early historians, naturalists and 
antiquarians. Moreover, extracts from the old 
treatises I have mentioned are at times quoted 
promiscuously by persons writing superficially 
on both the mastiff and bulldog, who, from 
their ignorance of facts, frequently confuse the 
two breeds. 

Birmingham Dog: Show. 

AWARDS — Concluded from Page 16. 

BASSET HOUNDS.— Champion— Prize and very 
high com. and reserve, G. R. Krehl (Pallas II. and 
Jupiter)— Open— Dogs: 1st, F. W. Blain (Bourbon); 
2d, G. B. Northcote (Fino). Very high com. and 
reserve, F. W. Bain (Bayard). A Rood class. Bitches: 
1st, 2d and very high com. and reserve, G. R. Krehl 
(Artemis, Pallas and Theo). Very high com. and 
Basset Hound Club prize and high com., W. B. Shep 
ard (Ygerne and Fanchette). A grand class. 

BOARHOUNDS.— Dogs: Prize, F. Friedrichsen 
(Leo). Bitches: Prize, F. Friedrichsen (Lady Whe- 
lan). Very high com. and reserve, N. J. M. Hughes 
(Mirza II.). Com., W. W. Thomson (Titania). 

FOREIGN SPORTING DOGS.-C. Macdona (Rus- 
sian wolfhound Czar). Miss A. Bodley (Pvrenean 
wolfhound Bruno), Rev. A. G. Brooke (Russian 
spaniel Charlie). 

MASTIFFS.— Champion— Prize and Spratt's cup, 
J. Royle (Crown Princess). Dogs: 1st, T. W. Allen 



HI.). 

ST. BERNARDS.— Champion— 1st and Mr. J. H. 
Dawes's cup, C. Macdona (champion Bayard).— 
Roughs.— Open— Dogs: 1st and 2d. S. W. Smith (Val- 
entine and Merchant Prince); 3d, A. Ward (Land- 
grave). Very high com. and reserve. Mrs. King-Patten 
(Lord Winmarleigh). Very high com., G. R. Payne 
(Barnard). A very good class. Bitches: 1st, S. W. 
Smith (Duchess of Leeds); 2d, C. E. Shrive (Lady 
Jane); 3d, Mrs. King-Patten (Lady winmarleigh).. 
High com., S. Smith (Mab) and C. Macdona (St. 
Bride).— Smooth— Dogs: 1st, G. S. Ball (Pedro) : 2d,W. 
Nixon (King Victor). Very high com. and reserve, 
C. Macdona (Snowstorm). High com., Miss E. 
Howard (Jolly Friar) and E. E. Clarke (Rupert). 
Bitches: 1st, withheld; 2d, C. Macdona (Beulah). 

NEWFOUNDLANDS— Black— Dogs: 1st, R. W. 
Moll (King Bruce); 2d, T. E. Mansfield (champion 
Courtier). Very high com. and reserve, T. E. Mans- 
field (The Black Prince.) High com., S. Symonds 
(Nelson HI.). Bitches: 2d, T. E. Mansfield (champion 
Lady Mayoress). Other than Black— Dogs: Prize, 
M. W. Moll (Charlemagne). 

SHEEPDOGS.— Champion: Prize and Mayor 's cup„ 
J. Bissell (Charlemagne.). Open. — English Old- 
fashioned Short-tailed— Dogs: Prize and Mr. Bag- 
nail's prize, G.O. Edward es-Ker (Sir Lucifer). Bitches: 
Prize, K. J. L. Price (Belle of Ranelagh).— Rough— 
Dogs: 1st, A. H. Megson (Rutland); 2d, H. Skipworth 
(Scotch Laddie); 8d, J. Freme (Sandy); 4th, W. W. 
Thomson (Prince Charming); 5th, J. Bissel (Bob 
Bruce). Very high com. and reserve, J. Osborne 
(Romulus). Very high com., H. Francis de Traf- 
ford (Time, late Tyne), D. Mitchell (Byron) and W. 
R. Dockrell (Charlatan). High com.. Dr. W. A. G. 
James (Clover). Com.. T. P. Lyon (Luck). Bitches: 
1st, S. Boddington (Matchless); 2d, J and W. H. 
Charles (Bertha); 3d, E. Collings (Lady Eva); 4th, A. 
H. Easten (Frill) ; 5th, G. H. Mills (Gypsy) Very high 
com. and reserve, H. Francis de Tratford (Honesty). 
Very high com., Dr. W. A. G. James (Watchful) and 
J. and W. H. Charles (Young Meg). High com, Dr. 
W. A. G. James (Slyne). J. F. Godf ree (Blue Bonnets 
A. T. Emery (Comet) and D. Paton (Gwen in.).— 
Smooth— Dogs: 1st, G. Raper (Rector); 2d, W. Gilbert 
(Scot). Very high com. and reserve, W. H. Beach 
(Baronet). Bitches: 1st, S. Boddington (Sweetbread) ; 
2d, Dr. W. A. G. James (Lady Help). Very high com . 
and reserve. D. P. Thomas (champion Beryl). High 
com., J. Young (Fernie Glen).— Puppies— Dogs: 1st, 
D.Mitchell (Byron): 2d, Mrs. R. S. Sadler (Bruce); 
8d, C. Reeling (Lancashire Hero). Very high com. 
and reserve, J. and W. H. Charles (Harlequin n). 
Very high com., T. P. Lyon (Leader). Hign com., G. 
S. Buckler (Boss) and W. H. Beach (Mist). Com.,W. 
Rust (Robust Roy) Bitches: 1st, H. C. While (Daisy) : 
2d, S. Boddington (Matchless); 3d, J. and W. H. 
Charles (Bertha). Very high com. and reserve, E. 
CoDings (Lady Eva). Very high com., J. H. Mc- 
Quistan (2) (Moira and Mint). High com., Rev. 
Thomas (Meg), H. C. While (Nelly) and J. Beach 
(Ariel). 

DALMATIANS.— Dogs: 1st and 2d, J. Fawdry (Nel- 
son and Boss). Com. and reserve, G. D. Horton (Cap- 
tain H.). Bitches: 1st, J. Fawdry (Treasure), 2d, 
withheld. Very high com. and reserve, J. Fawdry 
(Gipsy). 

BULLDOGS.— Champion— Prk6» J. Henshatt (Bend 
Or). — Open — Exceed inq 4ttui3 t — Dtws: 1st and 
Spratt's cup, G. Rap*r (Rustic King); Scl, C. E. C. 
King (The Black Prince}: ad, Cant. W. W. Mac kit- 
(Jem Mace, late Tom Kayers). Very hteh com, atid 
reserve, J. J. Wilkes (Lord Nelaoaj, High com., A, 
M.Hodgson (Paul Clifford}* Com.- 35 ra. E, Atkin- 
son (2) (Cenrie and Osred); J. C. Harter (Manxmani, 
and W. Paddock (3j 1 1 -"izz and Seudigo).— Eicee&lsp 
86lbs.— Bitches: 1st. Q-, \\\ Richards (Princess Ida): 
2d, R. J. L. Price (Piiuuess uf Penllyc); ad, C. Col- 
lins (Corrie Roy). Very high com. and reserve, J. 
Henshall (Bonny Jean).— Not exceeding 40lbs.— 
Dogs: 1st, C. E. Bartlett (Monarch III.); 2d, J. Hen 



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shall (Caste). High com., J. Morris (Sir John). 
Com., R. J. L. Price (Don Quixote).-Nor exceeding 
toigi.-Bitches: 1st, G. Raper (Ridotto); 2d, with- 
^»\ ^f^^ 11 co^and reserve, W. Woodgate 
(Nell) High com., C. Wigley (Florence). ^^ 

BULL-TERRIERS.— Exceeding 25lbs.—2>o<m; 1st. 
A. George (champion Cairo); 2»i, R. C Haworth (Max 
Marx). Very high com. and reserve, J. R. Pratt 
(Count). Very high com.. I. Battensby (Neville). 
High com., T. A. Hewitt (Murderer II.)T Com., F. 
Safe (Warwickshire Hero), J. Morris (Trickey Jim). 
J. ffills (Jack). J Chatwin (Chancellor), J. Hinks 
(Kettering Marquis), W. Bruton (Sir Monty), and W 
E. Charnley (ttaron).— Exceeding 20lbs.— .BtYcAes* 
l^'^iJ 360 ^ 6 J cham P ion Mistress of tbe Robes); 
2d, T. Wright (Kettering Maggie). Very high com. 
and reserve, W. Woodgate (Belphcebe). High com., 
A. George (Maggie May n.) and Dr. J. Hoysteii 
(Tricks H.).— Not exceeding 25lbs.— Dogs: 1st. F 
Allen (Little Victor); 2d, E. A. Burley (Shrewsbury).' 
Very high com. and reserve, A. George (Silver). High 
com., T. L. Puttock (champion Nelson I.) and A. H 
Taylpr (John Bull).— Nor excbbmno 20lbs.- Bitches'; 
1st. A. George (Florence); 2d, C. F. Copeman (Pear- 
ley). Very high com. and reserve, C.Cain (Daisy). 
Very high com., J. R. Pratt (Little Nell). 

SMOOTH-HAIRED TERRIERS -Except Black 
and Tan.— Dogs: 1st, C. F. Copeman (Leading Star): 
2d, Mrs. M. A. Toughear (North Star)T8aT C. F 
Copeman (Lucky Star). Very high com. and reserve! 
J. Wilcox (Bruce). High «om,, T. Llewellyn (Sir 
Evelyn) and S. Melen (Young Gem). Com., M. 
^orro^mp) and T. Llewellyn (Sprite). Bitches: 
1st, G. Darby (Yuss); 2d, J. Rickards (Min); 3d. W 
Bruton (Floss). High com., G. Burgum (Citt) and A.' 
George (Glenrosa). ' 

BLACK AND TAN TERRIERS.-Champion— Prize 
J. Royle (Burke).— Exceeding 15lbs. -Dogs: 1st. j' 
Royle (Ben); 2d, W. Fenton (Sir Edward). Very hteh 
com. and reserve, G. Lodge (Debonair). Very high 
com., W. Barlow (Cyprus) and J. and R. B. Trough 
ear (1*11006 Leopold). High com., Capt. S. M 



IRISH TERRIERS.— Dogs: 1st C M ki^k^i^. 
(Nobbier). Very high con^and^e^efwfarahS 
^tanyroan). Bitches: 1st, C. M. Nicbolson7p££!? 
2d, W. GnAim(Gailv). vJry high com^rServl 
H. A. Graves (Pretty Lass). Hhrh com n^TfrfJh 
£***!£»>• -With^cW ESsfSo^iS §*? 
^esJHay Boy). High com. andiSeerrelc £ 
gf«J (Kilhney tfoxer). Bitches: Prize^E.Park 

.AIREDALE OR WATER8IDE TERRIER8 -Dmi: 
1st. W. Tatham (Fritz): W.E. SucldSeCJoci) vSi 

Prize, W. Tatham (Lancashire La^s, la*** LuV v VeS 
high com. and reserve, W. Tat ham rT-ilJ ; Ver biS 

W. Tatham (8etUe) and E. MiwbeinRaraf Sm' 

W. Tatham (Mischief). Avery good ib£f '' C ° m " 

SCOTCH TERRIER8.-Hard-iiaired.-Z>oc« • Prize 

W. W. Mackie (Dundee). Very high com andS 

serve, H J Ludlow (Rambler). High com, G J C^ 

(Nipper). Bitches: ^e, WW. Mackie 

9nx ^ery high com. and reserve, H. J iS 



Harter (Nipper 

i5r /fS°K°^ ^T 6 ^ ""«** «^»"*. «»« reserve, u. j ImA. 



Thomas (The Welsh Rat). A good class.— ^weeding 
15lbs.— Bitches: 1st, J. Royle (Florence HI ); 2d F 
Steade (Kenwood Queen). Very high com! and 're- 
serve, J. Tucker (Duchess of Edinburgh). Com T 
Crutchley (Jenny) and M. Ayres (Topsy).— Not Ex- 
ceeding 15lbs —1st, and Black and Tan Terrier Club 
prize: : G.Lodge (Lustrum Lady); 2d, C. Whitehouse 
(Witch). Very high com. and reserve, Hill and 
Ashton (Meersbrook Ross). Very high com., Cant 
S. M. Thomas (Wild Mint). W. fcarlow (Lizzie) J S 
Edmunds (Tricksey), and J. and R. B. Trouihear 
£ Si Ir^ em 7& HI « h com., WN. Last (Prince). 8onT 
S. Melen (Fancy) and D. Parkes (Magic). 

SKYE TERRIERS-Prick-eared.-2)oo«: Prize and 
silver collar, Rev. T. Nolan (Kingston Roy) Verv 
high com. and reserve, C. W. S. Deakin (Mumrof 
Bitches: Prize, Rev. T. Nolan (Kingston Queen) 
High com. and reserve, C. O. Brettell, Jr.TjudyV 
Other than Prick-eared— Dogs: Prize, W W 
Mackie (Strathmore). Very high com. and reserve' 
H H. Holmes (Ike). Very hfgh com.. M SS5S 
(The Laird). Bitches: No competition. 

DANDIE DINMONT TERRIERS.— Dogs: 1st W A 

F. B. Coupland (Border Prince): 2d, Mrs. A f' a 
Tooth (Silver King). Very high com. and reserve 

G. G. Bond (Master Thomas)T High com H Fde 
Trafford (Roderick). Com., J. C. Carrick (Pasha? 
Bitctes: 1st, W. Carrick, Jr. (Alma) ; 2d, W. E. Easten 
(Border Queen). Very high com. and reserve, J. 
Paterson (Zephyr). Very nigh com., H. F. de TTaf- 
ford J(enny Deans). High com., J. C. Carrick 
(Mose). A good class. ^««™o* 

BEDUNGTON TERRIERS.— Champion: 1st D 
5 ? s 5£i an l m , an) - Ve 47 M 8Th com. and reserve, 'j. A.' 
S^S (T 4S Heiress).— OPEN-/>oflr*: lstand Bedlington 
Terrier Club Prize, A. N. Dodds (Hairdresser); 2d, J 
Cornforth (Sentinel); 8d, D. Paton (Flint of &£na£ 
nock). Very high com. and reserve, G. F. B. Milner 
CTinner). High com., D. Ross (2) (Inkerman and 
Statesman). Bitches: 1st, J. A. Baty (champion 
Diana); 2d, J. Cornforth (Violet); 8d, A. Annstrong 



ST V ££_ — , '' . tc *j «*a« com. ana nurn com h 
5as£ Trafford (Aunt y Md Qramiy). A vS^ffi 

YORK8HIRE TERRIERS.-lst.Mrs. M. A. Trouefa 
ear (champion Conqueror); 2d and very high^SnL 
and reserve, Mrs. M. A. Foster (Effle andBra<£&rd 
Hero). High com., A. Ansell (Tiny). *™aiora 

v£2^¥ NIANS - ~i 8t » J ' Hink8 < Pr ide of Germany) 
Very nigh com. and reserve and veryhighcom 
Miss L. Jones (Flossie and Fritz). S m ' 

POODLES.— 1st, Mrs. C. J. Paget (Brieand*- 2d <s 
Forbes (Sabot). Very high conT and reserve s' 

jRufflan). High com., jTfi. Cartland (Alphonse)^ 
Mrs up. J. Paget (Crambo). CJom., Mrs. c. jflW 
(Petite and Negress). ^•**.jraget 



PUGS^-CHAMPiON-Prize, Mrs. L. Booth (cham- 
p on Boffln).-OPEN-Dop«; 1st. W. L. Sheffield (cW 
p on Htingo Sniffles) ; 2d, to. M. A. FosteTc&idtord 
«iby): <td, Mrs. M. A. Troughear (Lord N«lann^ 
Very high com. and reserve, M?s. Athe^n (Chappy ' 
Btt&a*, 1st, Mrs. M. A. Foster (Maggleh^f j 
Drew iDarey); 8d, Mrs. F. W. Topham^uit Wna) 
Very hi^rh com and reserve, W. Short (Sanko n 
late J tidy). High com., W. L. Sheffield (Silver Sea)' 



Thomas (Welsh Marquis). 
(Welsh Marchioness). 



-,. High com^ D. p! 
Com., D. p. Themas 



The boom in pedigrees compels us to defer 
the publication of iLe CryBtarPalace awordS 
untn next montii. The St John (N. B.) prize 
list is held over for the same reason. 



BLENHEIM SPANIELS.— 1st, Mrs. L Booth nr^rt J 
of Chester); 2d, Mrs. L. E. Jentos (Bl'ossS H VSd ' 
F. Keehner (Sir Garnet). Verylngti ^com and r2' 
s«rve, J Collier (Mnce). V«£ hff S^ f JSt ?" 

^M. eil ^fK (Bow8le) *r an<1 r F ™* :ee * ner (PrmceLeo: 
pold). High conr, Mrs. L. E. Jenkins (2) (Counter 
Blennie and King Pippin). A very good class. 

KING CHARLES SPANIELS-lst, Mrs. W. Forder 
Olivette). Very high com. and reserve I. r,wk 
(Koh-i-nor). A very good class. 

TOYraRRIERS.-SMooTH^!oATED-l8t,Mrs M a 
Foster (DoUyK2d, Mrs^. F. G. ToothcbKh); M, 

r^ste??^^^^^ Ml 

FOREIGN DOGS NOT USED IN FIELD SPORTS - 
7f!? ^ff\ com - a °d reserve, L. V. Lloyd (Laplander. 
Lap), fflgh jjom., C.Mountford (Siberian, WaKha) 
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Kennel Register 

Copyright, 1885. Entered at the Post Office as Second Class Matter. 

Published by the Forest and Stream Publishing Co., 39 & 40 Park Row. 



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Vol. III.^No. 3. 



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Fixtures. 

DOG SHOWS 
1 March 18, 19, 20.— Second Annual Show of the New 
Haven Kennel Club. E. S. Porter, Secretary, New 
Haven, Conn. 

April 7, 8, 9, 10.— First Annual Show of the New 
England Kennel Club, Music Hall, Boston. J. A. 
' Nickerswa, Secretary, 159a Tremont street, Boston. 

April 21, 22, 28.— Annual Show of the St. Louis Gun 
Club. W. A. Albright, Secretary, St. Louis, Mo. 

April 28, 29, 80, and May i. -Ninth Annual Show of 
the Westminster Kennel Club at Madison Square 
Garden. James Mortimer, Superintendent, 48 Broad 
street, New York. 

May 5, 6, 7, 8.— First Annual Show of the Cincin- 
nati Sportsman's Club. W. A. Coster, Superintend- 
ent. P. O. Box 48, Cincinnati, O. 

May 18, 14, 15.— Third Annual Show of the Toronto 
Dog Show Association. W. S. Jackson, Secretary, 
Toronto, Ont. 

May 19, 20, 21, 22.— Philadelphia Kennel Club Show, 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

June 2, 8, 4, 5.— First Annual Show of the Illinois 
Kennel Club, Chicago, III. John H. Naylor, Secre- 
tary, 8,182 Archer avenue, Chicago, III. 
FIELD TRIALS. 

November.— Seventh Annual Field Trials of the 
Eastern Field Trials Club, High Point, N. C. W. A. 
Coster, Secretary, Flatbush, L. I., N. Y. 

Dec. 7.— Seventh Annual Field Trials of the Na- 
tional Field Trials Club, Grand Junction, Tenn. B. 
M. Stephenson, Secretary, La Grange, Tenn. 



Rockingham. 

OUR illustration this month represents the 
English setter doe Rockingham, recently 
imported by Mr. F. Windholz. The plate k 
made from an admirable photograph, and gives 
a very good likeness of the dog. 

Rockingham was whelped April 27, 1882, and 
is by Belthus (champion Rock— Meg) out of 
Greenback's Bess. He is a very handsome blue 
belton of good size, and capitally put together. 
He is registered in the E. K. C. S. B. as Winder, 
No. 13,607, and won third in sporting puppies at 
Sheffield, Eng., April, 1883. His name was 
changed to Rockingham, under which name he 
has won in England second at Hull; first, Don- 
caster; first, Filey; first, Todmorden; first, 
Barnsley; .first, Dundee: first. West Bromwicb, 
and first and cup at Fylde. He has beat Young 
Rock III. and Osman VI., the first and second 
prize winners at the late Crystal Palace Show. 

We have no doubt that he has before him a 
great future in this country. 



Current .Notes. 

We are advised that the New Haven Kennel 
Club has received close upon 500 entries for 
their show of March . 18, 19 and 20. This is 
most gratifying, and ti^e refreshing independ- 
ence of the club in their selection of judges has 
been followed by an equally refreshing in- 
dependence on the part of exhibitors in declin- 
ing to be dictated to by the person who still 
owes them the second volume of the Stud Book. 

It is with pleasure we learn that the New 
England Kennel Club have joined hands with 
New Haven and the Westminster Kennel Club 
in repudiating the recent peculiar method of 
"constructing" the rules of the American 
Kennel Club, adopted by the president, Major 
Taylor. That gentleman has so grievously 
misunderstood the functions of his office that 
it would relieve the clubs forming the associa- 
tion of an unpleasant duty if he would tender 
his resignation of the position he now holds. 

The Philadelphia Kennel Club have decided 
to hold a show of their own in that city on 
May 19 to 22. We are advised by Mr. Roberts 
that there will be several important changes in 
the premium list from that used last fall for 
the State Fair show given under their manage- 
ment. The prizes for St. Bernards and mastiffs 
will be increased so as to make them compare 
more favorably with the setter and pointer 
classes, and some of the m : nor terrier classes, 



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which do not receive much support, will be left 
out. The club will of course follow the other 
associations in Rule 8. It is not yet decided 
where the show will be held, but the old skating 
rink at the corner Twenty-second and Chestnut 
streets, which was burnt down last year, 1b 
being rebuilt and would suit admirably. 

The Westminster Kennel Club's premium list 
differs only in one or two unimportant features 
from the list of last year. It is to be regretted 
that in the St. Bernard and mastiff classes, 
which were the features of the two shows 
held last year, there has been no increase in the 
prize money. The average coBt of these breeds 
is much higher than either setters or pointers, 
and they cost more to keep and forward to 
shows, and vet they are put off with half the 
amount of the prises offered for setters and 
pointers. A radical change is called for in this 
respect. 

The Kennel Club purpose forming a new set 
of rules, and we trust that they will discard in 
their entirety the present mass of rubbish 
labeled or libeled Constitution and By-laws, 
and commence de novo. To some of the 
members of the executive committee it would 
be high treason Xor us to suggest that the rules 
under which the National Breeders' show was 
held covers the whole ground in a compact 
manner, and will require but few alterations 
to suit the requirements of the Kennel Club. 
In framing them, the English Kennel Club, 
Birmingham and other English clubs, together 
with the American rules, were all consulted 
and the best points of each drafted into the 
National Breeders' show rules. 

Entries for the Boston show close on March 
21. and the correct list of the judges is as 
follows: Mastiffs, St. Bernards, and Newfound- 
lands, Mr. Edward Dudley, Camden, N. J.; 
e>inters, Mr. Geo. Norbury Appold, Baltimore, 
d.; setters, Mr. Chas S. Westcott, Philadel- 
phia. Fa. : collies, Mr. A. S. Apgar, New York ; 
bulldogs, bull-terriers, fox-terriers, wire-haired 
and Irish terriers, and pugs, Mr. Ronald H. 
Barlow, Philadelphia, Pa.; spaniels, Skye, 
Scotch, Bedlington, and Dandle Dinmont 
terriers, Mr. J. F. Kirk, Toronto, Ont; fox- 
hounds, beagles, bassets, Chesapeake Bay dogs, 
black and tan and Yorkshire terriers, etc., Mr. 
Jas. Watson. Philadelphia, Pa.; greyhounds, 
deerhounds. Italian greyhounds, and poodles, 
Mr. J. R. Pierson, Buckingham, Pa. 

At a meeting of the Board of Governors of 
the Eastern Field Trials Club, March 10, the 
committee on revision of the running rules 
made a partial report, which was adopted. 
Rule 24 was changed and the maximum points 
of merit were changed to read: Pointing, in- 
cluding nose, 25, staunchness 10, and style in 
pointing 5, total 40. Pace 8, range 12, quarter- 
ing 5. and style 5; total SO. Obedience 10, re- 
trieving 10, and backing 10, making a total of 
100. Other changes were discussed which the 
committe will act upon and report at the next 
meeting. Among the proposed changes is that 
of the rule governing a bye, and it willprobably 
be changed to conform with that of the 
National It was voted that dogs to be eligible 
for the Derby of 1886 must be whelped on or 
after May 1, 1886. 



Rules Governing Registration. 

No duplication of names already registered wul be 
permitted. This can be avoided by the addition of a 
disthigutohing number or other prefix or suffix. 

The names of well-known unregistered prizewin- 
ners will not be registered for other dogs or the same 
breed. 

Mo name will be registered of a nature to mislead, 
such as "Gladstone II.," or Gladstone, Jr.,** for a 
setter not a descendant of that well-known dog. 

No pedigree will be extended beyond a dog already 
registered in the American Kkmnxl Register, ex- 
cept in the case of a correction or the supplying of 
new and hitherto unknown information. 

The right is reserved to exclude any portion of a 



pedigrees or information respecting his dogs. 



Abbreviations. — "A.K.R.," American Kennel 
Register. ".£.,*' English Kennel Club Stud Book* 
(4 ^. v ** National American Kennel Club Stud Book* 



Pedigree Register. 

♦ 

Entry fee (60 cents) must accompany each entry. 
Extreme care should be taken to write names plainly. 
Blanks furnished on receipt of addressed and 1 cent 
stamped envelope. 

BEAGLES. 

2114. Maud, white, black and tan bitch, 
whelped Aug. 2, 1888. Breeder, Mr. W. H. Todd, 
Vermillion, Ohio. Owner, Mr. F. W. Wheaton 
Wilkesbarre, Pa. 

&re -Todd's Racer, by Bowett*s Rally (imported 
Sam— imported Dolly) out of Krueger's Liil, by im- 
ported warrior out of Rowett's Rosey. 

Dam— Todd's 8ora, by Dodge's Rattier (imported 
Warrior— Rowett's Rosey) out of Fean, by Trump 
out of Baker's imported Millie. 

2115. Bern, white, black and tan and ticked 
dog, whelped Dec. 10, 1884. Breeder, Mr. N. Elmore, 
Granby, Conn. Owner, Mr. Charles 8. DavoL P. O. 
Box 82V Warren, R. I. 

Sire— Rlngwood, by Ranter out of Beauty, by Riot 
out of Countess. 

Dam— Thorn, by Victor (Rattler— Lady Bird II.) 
out of Lucy, by Crosson's Juno out of Old Bess. 

2116. Rosa, white, black and tan and ticked 
dog, whelped Dee. 10, 1884. Breeder, Mr. N. Elmore, 
Granby, Conn. Owner, Mr. Charles 8. Davol, P. O. 
Box 829, Warren, R. I. 

Litter brother to Rem (A.K.R. 21 15). 



CHESAPEAKE BAT DOGS. 

2117. Sparks, burnt sedge dog, whelped Oct. 
81, 1884. Breeder, Mr. John M. Leekley. Galena, DJ. 
Owner, Mr. E. P. Bosbysheli, Hastings, la. 

Sire— Foam, by Albert out of Rose (A.K.R. 142). 

Dam— Ruby II. (A.K.R. 148). 



COLLIES. 

2118. Daisy Queen, black, tan and white 
bitch, whelped April 10, 1884. Breeder and owner, 
Mr. Martin tennis. P. O. Box 85, Newark, N. J. 

Stre-Brack (A.K.R. 8). 
Dam— Dora (A.K.R. 4). 

2119. Eily, golden sable bitch, whelped Nov. 
14, 1884. Breeder, Mr. James Lindsay, Jersey City, 
N. J. Owner, Mr. Geo. A. Smith, 520 walnut street, 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

-Sire-fox (A.K.R. 14i). 

Dam— Jennie Nettles (A.K.R. 1224). 



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2120. Geasler, black, tan and white dog, 
whelped Nov. 1, 1884. Breeder, the Scotch Collie 
Kennel Club, Stepney, Conn. Owner, Mr. Nathan 
Tyrrell, Woodbury, Conn. 

Sire— Montrose (A.K.R. 891). 
Dam— Fannie II. (A.K.R. 881). 

2121. Grower, sable and white dog, whelped 
May 27, 1884. Breeder, Mr. Martin Dennis, P. O. Box 
86, Newer k. N. J. Owner, Mr. O. W. Dodge, 71 War- 
ren street, New York city. 

Sire— Brack (A.K.R. 8). 
Dam— Beauty (A.K.R. 581). 

8122* Help, sable, white markings, dog, 
whelped Oct. 27, 1888. Breeder, Mr. David Smith, 60 
Ferry road, Dundee, Scotland. Owner, Mr. Robert 
Somerville, 875 Ashland avenue, Chicago, 111. 

Sire -Knight's Hope, by Jamiesonl Chance, his 
La?Bie. 

Dam— Smith's Gyp, by Tweed out of Robertson's 
Gye. 

itecord -Third, Forfar, Scotland, 1884. 

2183. Lothian Maid* sable bitch, whelped 
Oct. 1, 1884. Breeder, Mr. C. D. Nairn, Lothianburn, 
Scotland. Owner, Scotch Collie Kennel Club, Step- 
ney, Conn. 

Sire— Ernest, by Rob Rot out of Helen Macgre- 
gor. Rob Roy by Highlander (E. 9.4*9). 

Dam— Tibbie, by Tramp (S. 0,446) out of Heather, 
by Cocksie (E. 7,619) out of Jeannie (E. 7,646). Tramp, 
by Old Sweep out of Lassie, by Laddie out of Flora. 

2124. Midlothian Lassie, sable and white 
bitch, whelped Oct. 1. 1884. Breeder, Mr. C. D. Nairn, 
Lothianburn, Scotland. Owner, Scotch Collie Ken- 
nel Club, Stepney, Conn. 

Litter sister to Lothian Maid (A.K.B. 2128). 

2126. Nancy, blue-black and white bitch, 
whelped July 4. 1884. Breeder and owner, Mr. Mar- 
tin Dennis, P. O. Box 86, Newark, N. J. 

Sire— Brack (A.K.R. 8). 

Dam— Meg (A.K.R. 8). 

2126* Oscar, black, tan and white dog, whelped 
Oct. 19, 1884. Breeder and owner, Mr. Martin Den- 
nis, P. O. Box 86, Newark, N. J. 

Sire— Brack (A.K.R. 8). 

Dam— Dora (A.K.R. 4). 

8127. Bath, sable and white bitch, whelped 
May 27, 1884. Breeder and owner, Mr. Martin Ben- 
nta'P. O. Box 85, Newark, N. J. 

Sire— Brack (A.K.R. 8). 

Dam— Beauty (A.K.R. 681). 

2128. Stella, black, tan and white bitch, 
whelped JuJy 4, 1884. Breeder and owner, Mr. Martin 
Dennis, P. O. Box 86, Newark, N. J. 

Sire— Brack (A.K.R. 8). 

Dam— Meg (A.K.R. 8). 

GREYHOUNDS. 

2129* Major, mouse dog, whelped May 8, 1882. 
Breeder, Mr. N. McAfee, St. Paul. Minn. Owner, Mr. 
Geo. 8. Parvin, 175 Vine street, Cincinnati, O 

Are— Prince, by Spider out of Fine, brought from 



Dom—Gipsey, by Tom Custer out of Queen. 
Record -first, Washington and Cincinnati; cham- 
pion, Chicago, 1884. 

ITALIAN GREYHOUNDS. 

2180. Flora I>. Oate Ohio), light fawn bitch, 
whelped June 107 1884. Breeder, Dr. E. U. Mosser, 
Vechaniesburg, Pa. Owner, Mr. Samuel S. McCuen, 
New Orleans, La. 

Are— Duke, pedigree unknown. 

Dam— Naughty, by Guess (Romeo— Sibyl) out of 
Beauty. ■ 

MASTIFFS. 
2 131* Banger* *»wn, black mask, dog, 
whelped Sept. 8, 1888. Breeder and owner, Mr. Ed- 
ward Dudley, Camden, N. J. 



Sire— Sultan, by imported Danger out ot Dudley's 
Juno, by Austin's Jack out of Bowditch's Tutu. 

Dam— Dudley's Fury, by Richardson's Turk 
(Wright's imported Max— Bowditch's Tutu) out of 
Apple ton 'a Juno, by Austin's Jack out of HunniweU's 
imported Dido. 

2132* David, fawn, black mask, dog, whelped 
Aug. 22, 1684. Br* eder and owner, Mr. C. R. Colwell, 
Weymouth, N. J. 

Sire— Dudley's Danger (A.K.B. 2181). 

Dam-Dido H. (A.K.R. 480). 



NEWFOUNDLANDS. 

2183. Othello IX, black dog, whelped Nor. 
11, 1884. Breeder, Mr. J. A. Nickerson, Boston, Mats. 
Owner, Mr. W. H. Tuck, Wilkesbarre, Pa. 

SireS&m (A.K.R. 666). 

Dam— Fly (A.K.R. 608). 



POINTERS. 

2184. Count Knick, orange and white dog, 
whelped Oct. 2, 1884. Breeders and owners, Knicker- 
bocker Kennel Club, Jersey City, N. J. 

-Sire— Knickerbocker (A.K.R. 19). 

Dam— Lady Isabel (A.KJL 461). 

2135. Countess Bang, lemon and white 
bitch, whelped Nov. 16, 188C Breeder, Dr. J. 8. 
Brown, Montclaire, N. J. Owner, Mr. F. E. Feugar, 
New London, Conn. 

Sire— Craft (A.K.R. 1088). 
Dam— Countess (A.K.R. 1846). 

2136. Daisy Bird, brer bitch, whelped Jury 
18, 1884. Breeder, Mr. J. R. Trispler, Lancaster, Pa. 
Owner, Scotch Collie Kennel dub, Stepney, Conn. 

Sire-Shot, by Price's imported Shot out of Bell, 
by Bow (K. ?,0TO) out of champion Fan. 
Dam-Bird, by Harry out of Nell, by lightning 
„ — « — * . ^ „_^_ ^_ tjnapg^ imt of 



(King Bow— Grace) out of Kate, 
Rose. Harry, by Bis (f 
by Rake out of Kate. 



Juno) out of Fan, 



2137. Lady Squirt**, lemon and white bitch, 
whelped Oct. 2, 1884. Breeder, Knickerbocker Ken- 
nel Club, Jersey City, N. J. Owner, Mr. Charles R. 
Squire, 686 River street, Troy, N. T. 

Sire-Knickerbocker (AJLR. 19). 

Dam-Lady Isabel (A.K.R. 461). 

2188. Mamie O., lemon and white bitch, 
whelped Oct. 2, 1864. Breeders and owners, Knick- 
erbocker Kennel Club, Jersey City, N. J. 

Sire— Knickerbocker (AXR. 19). 

Dam-Lady Isabel (A.K.R. 461). 

8139* Sprightly, lemon and white dog, 
whelped Nov. 20, 1884. Breeder, Mr. J. H. Thompson, 
Jr., Patterson, N. T. Owner, Mr. K. K. Taylor. 
Chester.Pa. 

Sire-Frit* (A.K.R. 268). 

Dam— Bird (AJLR. 1668). 

2140. Sylph, lemon and white bitch, whelped 
Nor. 20, 1884. Breeder, Mr. J. H. Thompson. Jr., 
Patterson, New York. Owner, Mr. Chae. 8. FMeh, 
Fort Washington, New York city. 

Sire-Fritz (A.K.R. 268). 

Dam-Bird (A.K.R. 1668). 



2141. Tony 

dog, whelped Nov. 16, 1884, 
Brown, Montclair, N. J. 
New London, Conn. 

Sire-Craft (A.K.R. 1088). 

Dam— Countess (A.K.R. 1846), 



lemon and white 

Breeder, Dr. J. 8. 

Owner, Mr. F. B. Feugar, 



PUQfi. 

2142. Daisy HT., rtone fawn, black points, 
bitch, whelped March 6, 1882. Breeder, Mrs. H. A. 
Rfeketson, Providence, R. I. Owner, Mr. T. H. Adams, 
Pawtucket, R. L 

Are— Imported Quilp. 

Dam— Imported Dido. 



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2148. Gold Coin, *^^^\?Zt 
trace and toe nails, dog, whelped Not. », 1884. 
BrSwMrH. L. Goodman, Auburn Junction, 111. 
Owntrf l^Geo . GMivan, Wert Jefferson, O. 

££% ft£ VStt. out of Minnie May. 

ft 144. May, Wgbt fawn, black mask, bitch, 

&rSw& 

SSrd^SSonl and , special, mrtjrti nr.t, 
^ewYork,1881; champion, Cleveland, 188f. 

2145. Finkey, apricot fawn, black potato, 
biSh,w^el^dJan. 25,1884. Breeder, Mrs. H. A. 
W?&twn7P«)^deiice, R. I Owner, Mr. T. H. 

t^wSS^JiZi****. name unknown, 
vout of imported Daisy. 
Dam— Racket. 

2146. Timothy G., »*one fawn, black potato, 

2147. Toodles, stone fawn, blaok mask, face 
J?* «£«* bitch whelped October, 1883. Imported by 
ffi^^A D TennSy? Palestine Cottage, Revere 
Bea1»hf Boston , mIm Owner, Mr. George tf . Dixon, 
■SWSSo^fwS broughtfrom England by 
Ca^EwUliams of the Warren Line of steamers. 



Breeders and owners, Hermitage Kennels, Passaic, 

N liter brother to Cid (A.K.R 2151). 

2 154. Sinbad, orange tawny, white »«**»£»* 
single dew claws, dog. whelped Dec. ig. *«*- 
Breeders and owners, Hermitage Kennels, Passaic, 

N Litter brother to Cid (A.K.R. 2151). 



2148. Treasure H., apricot fawn, black 
nointe dog whelped Oct. 5, 1884, Breeder, Mr. Geo. 
$ Mxo^fWoHSster, JJIass. Owners, Essex Kennels, 



Andover, Mass. 
Sire— Treasure (A.K.R. 472). 
Dam-Imported Toodles. 



ST. BERNARDS. 



Rough-Coated. 
OIAO Abbot, orange, white markings, black 
Jfnte double Tdew claws, do*, whelped Nov. 27, 
1SS ! BrSdere and owners, Wmitage Kennels, 

P 5<r^-l£nfvard (AOJfl). 

Dam-Gertie (A.K.R.788). 

2150. Barry, mahogany tawny, correct mark- 
in" ^g alSuYS months old Owners, St. Bernard 
KenneKCUfton,Statenfeland. J.Y. 

This doe was purchased abroad by Mr. C. H. Pea- 
HflrMdoH into the hands of Messrs. Arnold, 
instable ?Soo °on arriving ta this country. Noth- 
toels^known at present as to where the dog was 
mg it* Z~ ma nwiWee. Messrs. Arnold, Constable 
& 8g h diSo^ ISfflES to ^Mr!^ney Benson who 
m tu^scSdTbe do* to'the present owners. The edi- 
tor ofthe A. K. R. is personally conversant with the 
Stire htetory of this dog so far as known. 



Smooth-Coatkd. 
o 1 K 1 Cid. white and orange, single dew claws, 

d 5, w&ipSV- & ltt £ M Bl T der8 and oymen * 

VV^TS: ttSfttf Ti. Shah (Thor-Ab- 
,oeS»^ofop ov . Vout of Hilda. 

Dam— Alma II. (A.K.R. Swo). 

ft 152. Donald, white, orange and brindle, 
a 7m? a!*^**. do*, whelped Dec. 10, 1884. Breed- 

Litter brother to Cid (A.K.R. 2151). 
ft 1 CIS. Noble, white and orange, one stogie and 
Je d^foTw «law, dog, whelped Dec. JO, 1884. 



SETTERS. 
English Sitters. 

2155. Bal 4""«S wWte and black and ticked 
bitch, whelped July 6, 1884. Breeder and owner, 
Mr. R. B. Carothers, Newport, Ky. . 

Sire— Chief Justice, by Bvron (Belton-Bonnie)out 
of Reitrn. by Belton out of Breexe. 

DanC-^iLcj l^e,byKirkham's Dan (Thunder--- 
Spot)ottt of Halliday'sVanny, by Pdde of the Bor- 
der (A.K.R. 228) out of Duchess. 

2 156. Bee's Wing;* black, white and tan do*, 
whelped July 20, J884. breeder and owner, Mr. G. H. 

L ^-Dr W Ss^k^Decimal Dash (Dash H., 
E. 5,089- Duchess) out of Donner's Bessie, by Ranger 
n out of Mallard'.* Belle. „ 

iSm-FannT by Count Noble (Count Wtod'em-- 
Nora) out of Whitman's Flirt, by Druid out of Millie. 

2157 Bob T^g*", lemon and white dog. 
whelped Vept. 80, 18847 Breeder, Mr. H. B.Vpnder- 
TinM, LaucasteV, Pa. Owner, Dr. A. G. Aldrich, 

A fiire-Vondersmith's Duke, by Harry Elgto (Zanri- 
bar-Lady Elgin) out of Princess Nellie, by Pride of 
the Border (A. ff.R. 286) out of old Petrel (E 4.298). 

^aiS^Vondersinith's May Elgin, by Zanzibar 
(Gladstone-Mersey) out of Lady Elgin, by Carlowitz 
(R. 4,200) out of Queen Bess. 

2158. Canadian Beauty, liver, white and 
tan bitch, whelped July 3, 1881. Breeder, Mr. L. H. 
Smith, Stathroy, Canada. Owner, Dr. J. R. House], 
Watsontowu, Pa. .«_»,.•. /■«, 

Sire -Smith's champion Paris, by Leicester (E. 
4,tfl) out of Dart, by tfewellin's Prince (E. 1,899) out 
of his Dora. Leicester, by Llewellta's Dan (E. 1,836) 
out of his Lill II. (E. 4,295). „,„„_,., 

JDam-Dawn, by GlarJPtone (Dan, E. 1,386-Petrel) 
out of Clip, by Leicester out of Dart. 

JRecord-Third, puppy class, Boston, 1882. 

2159. Countess Zoo, black and white bitch, 
whelped Oc-. 7, 1884. Breeder, Mr. E. A. Haight, 
^nnVMass. Owner, Mr. Warren H. Beede, Lynn, 

Sfrc-Dash HI , by Blue Prince (Pride of the 
Border, A.K.R.«26-£lewellta;s ^Nellie) out of Arm- 
strooK's old Kate, by Laverack's Dash II. out of E. 

A 3S? ( ^(S2b. 1830). Note in Zoo's pedigree 
Dora is by Duke, not Drake, and Foster's Daisey by 
Ubapin'3 Rube. 

filfiO. Bash, black and white dog, whelped 
May 1 " 18^rBreede •, Mr. John W. Munson, St. 
Souis, Mo. Owner, Mr. George C. Lyman, Engle- 
wood N. J. 

Sire—Stafford, by Rake out of Dart. 

Dam-Rose, by Adams's Rock out of Pickles. 

2161. Dash HI., Jr., black, white and ticked 
do*, whelped July 21, 1884. Breeder, Dr. J. R. 
Hoiel, WaTsontown, Pa. Owner, Mr. Fred Luce, 
Portage. Kalamazoo, Mich. 

Sire T Dash in., by Blue Prince (Pride of the Bor- 
der AKR.226-Llewellin'8 Nellie) out of J. Arm- 
strong's Old Kate, by Dash H. out of E. Armstrong's 
Kate ^ 

Dam— Roberto Laverack (A .K.R. 1071). 

21A2. Fleet (A. 106), blue belton dog, whelped 
18ft. Breeds and owner, Mr. Benj. F. Dorranoe, 

W ^^da 3 ms't Rock, by Barclay Field's Bruce 



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(Laverock's Dash H.— Statter's Rhoabe) oat of 
Liewellin'B Daisy, by Laverack's Dash II. out of his 
MoUIH. 

Dam— Rowe's Peg, by Leicester (E. 4,271) out of 
Dar r *. See pedigree above of Canadian Beauty. 

8163* Ino, black and white dog, whelped Oct. 
7, 1884. Breeder and owner, Mr. E. A. Haignt, Lynn, 
Mass. 

Litter brother to Countess Zoo (A.KR. 21fi9). 

2164* Lady Bessie* lemon and white bitch, 
whelped Oct. 5, 1P88. Breeder, Mr. J. M. Avent, 
Hickory Valley, Tenn. Owner, Mr. G. W. Doane, 157 
Hester street. New York. 

Sire— Gladstone, by Dan out of Petrel. 

Dam— Bessie A., by Dashing Lion (Dash II.— Leda) 
out of Armida, by Leicester out of Pocahontas. 

2165* Old Gold, white, black and tan and 
ticked bitch, whelped July 20, 1884. Breeder, Mr. G. 
H. Lang, New bury port, Mass. Owner, Mr. J. L. 
Motley, Jr., Danville, Pa. 

Litter sister to Bee's Wing (A.K.R. 2156). 

2166* Paragon, white, black and tan dog, 
whelped Oct. 8, 18*4. Breeder, Mr. E. F. Weiss, Cin- 
cinnati, O. Owner, Mr. Chas. E. Wallin,* Montgom- 

Sire— Count Gladsome, by Gladstone (Dan— Petrel) 
out of Leila, by Lancaster out of Eirby. 
Dam— Melissa (A.K.R. 1874). 

2167. Rex Gladstone, white, black and tan 
dog, whelped Sept 12, 1882. Breeder, Mr. J. R. Hun- 
ter, Pittsburgh. Pa. Owner, Mr. Charles E. Wallin, 
Montgomery, Ala. 

Sire— Royal Gladstone, by champion Gladstone 
(Dan— Petrel) out of Mersey, by Leicester out of 
Dart. 

Dam— Mollie Druid, by Druid (Prince— Dora) out 
of Jollie May, by Rob Roy out of Pocahontas. 

2168* Rosa Lee, black and white bitch, 
whelped July 6, 1884. Breeder, Mr. R. B. Carothers, 
Newport. Ky. Owner, Mr. T. A. CassiUy, Walnut 
Hills, Cincinnati, O. 

Litter sister to Baldina (A.K.R. 2156). 

2169. Ross, lemon and white dog, whelped 
Feb. 9, 1880. Breeder not stated; purchased from 
Mr. J. S. Davis, Brooklioe, Mass. Owner, Mr. Ernest 
A. Melzar, Milton, Mass. 

Sire— Waters's Grouse, by Grouse (Tramp— Fay's 
imported black and tan, white frill, bitch) out of 
Romp, by Grouse out of Cora II. 

Dam— Linnett, by Adams's Rock (see pedigree 
above of Fleet) out of Nesbitt's Belle, by Linder's 
Don n. out of Metcalf 's Nell. 

2170* Scott Gladstone, white, black and 
tan dog. whelped July 18, 1834. Breeder, Mr. D. C. 
Jones?* Mempnis, Tenn. Owner, Dr. J. B. Harris, 
Newton, Jasper county, III. 

Sire— Gladstone, by Llewellin's Dan (E. 1,886) out 
of Petrel, by Prince (E. 1,899) out of Lill n. (E. 4,295). 
Dan, by Mold's Duke (E. 1,861) out of Statter's 
Rhcebe(E. 1,546). 

Dam— Donna J., by Belton (Syke's Dash— Daisy, 
litter sister to Dan) out of Bramble, by Lord Downe'a 
Duke out of Bell. 

2171* Tempest, black and white dog, whelped 
Oct. 7, 1884. Breeder and owner, Mr. E. A. Haight, 
Lyon, Mass. 

Litter brother to Countess Zoo (A.K.R. 2159). 

2172. Topsy, black bitch, whelped July 8, 
1884. Breeder, Mr. Charles Bowles, Marblehead, 111. 
Owner, Dr, N. H. Church, Chicago, 111. 

Sire— Rake, by Mark (Druid— Star) out of Princess 
Bow Belle, by Pilkington's Dash (E. 1,842) out of 
Dodge's Rose (E. 1.417). 

Dam— Dido, by Prince Royal (Rob Roy, E. 1.417— 
Juno) out of Nettie, by Rob Roy (E. 1,41?) out of 
Pickles. 

2178* Victoria Dale, blue belton bitch, 



whelped March 81, 1888. Breeder, Mr. Harry Beck, 
Wilkeftbarre, Pa Owners, Messr*. Wheacon, Tuck 
and Beck. Wilkesbarre, Fa. 

Sire— Sprague'B Royal Dale, by Dash in. (Blue 
Prince— Armstrong's Old Kate) out of Daisy Dale, by 
Adams's Rock out of Maud. 

Dam— Beck's Nola, by Bergundthal's Rake (Llewel- 
lin's Dan— his Ruby) out of Margerum's Dot, by De- 
muth's Dash out of Margerum's Nellie. 

Gordon Sbttkrs. 

2 174* Guy, black and tan dog, whelped May 12, 
1884. Breeder, Mr. F. S. Kelley, New Bedford. Mass. 
Owner, Mr. Thomas H. Stryker, Rome, Oneida 
county, N. Y. 

&tre— Buckham's Ben Butler, by champion Flash 
(A.K.R. 958) out of Pratt's Nellie, by Doane's Tom out 
of Browne's Nellie Horton (A K.R 607). 

Dam— Qiail, by Copeland's Lon (Copeland's 8hot 
—his Nora) out of BrownelTs Clytie, by Doane's Tom 
out of his Chloe. 

2176* Lady Moore H., black aud tan bitch, 
whelped April 25, 1884. Breeder, Mr. Herbert Smith, 
Halifax, England. Owner, Mr. Robert H. Meachen, 
New Haven, Conn. 

Sire— Duke, by Frank (Rex— Nellie) out of Bess, by 
Mark out of Gyp. 

Dam— Lady Moore, by Don (Prince— Belle) out of 
June, by Turk out of Fannie. 

Ibish SETTKB8. 

2176* Glen Onoko, dark red bitch, whelped 
Nov. 1, 1884. Breeder, Mr. Chas. R. Squire, Troy, N. 
T. Owner, Knickerbocker Kennel Club, 142 Monti- 
cello avenue, Jersey City. N. J. 

Sire— Glencho, by Elcho (A.K.R. 295) out of Noreen 
(A.K.R. 297). 

Dam— Ruby 8., by Rory O'More (Ruins— Friend) 
out of Nora O'More, by Berkley out of Tilley. 

2177. Glenroy, red dog, whelped July 11, 
1884. Breeder, Mr. Albert A. Sampson, Troy, N. Y. 
Owner, Mr. W. H. Cox, Mewport. Ky. 

Sire -Glencho, by Elcho IA.K.R. 295) out of Noreen 
(A.K.R. 297). 
Dam— Nora, by Elcho (A.K.R. 295) out of Firefly. 

2178. Lady Bess, dark red bitch, whelped 
Jan. 29, 1881. Breeder, Mr. J. L. Locke, Portsmouth, 
N. H. Owner, Mr. J. Albert Cathcart, P. O. Box 795, 
Atlantic City, N. J. 

Sire— Dash Elcho, by Elcho (A.KR. 295) out of Rose 
(A K.R. 298). 
Dam— Bess out of Rhoda, by Duke out of imported 



2179. Little Nell, red bitoh, whelped Aug. 4, 
1888. Breeder, Dr. William Jarvis, daremont, N. H. 
Owner, Mr. I. Henry Roberts, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Mre-Elcho (A.K.R. 295). 

Dam— Rose (A.K.R. 298). 

Record— Second. Philadelphia Kennel Club's Field 
Trials Derby, 1884. 

2180* Lnray TL* f red bitch, whelped June 19, 
1884. Breeder and owner, Mr. I. Henry Roberts, Phil- 
adelphia, Pa. 

Sire-Chief (A.K.R. 281). 

Dam— Leigh Doane (A.K.R. 58). 

2 181* Meg Merrilies, dark red, small white 
spot on breast, bitch, whelped Auer. 12, 1880. 
Breeder, Dr. A. S. McClean, 8pringfleld, Mass. 
Owner, Mr. Harry A. Fteteher, Portland, Maine. 

Sire— Elcho (A.KR. 295). 

Dam— Peg Woffington, by imported Ranger out of 
imported Ruby, by Count out of Nora H. 

2182* Rococo* red* white star on breast, dog, 
whelped April 12,1884. Breeder, Mr. W. N. Calle 
den, Albany, N. Y. Owner, Mr. John J. Phelps, Ne 
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Sire— Kory O'More, by Buf us (Shot— Linda) out of 
Friend, by Plash out of Stella. jm _ 

Dam— Gay, by Elcho (A.K.R. 90S) out of Firefly, by 
Eufus out of Friend. 

8183. Roland, red dog, whelped July 80, 1888, 
Breeder, Dr. Wo. Jarvis, Olaremont, N. H. Owner. 
Mr. I. Henry Roberts, P. O. Bex 1688, Philadelphia. 
Pennsylvania. ' 

Sire— mcho (A.K.R. 895). 
Dam— Noreen (A.K.R. «9T). 

8184. Box, red dog, whelped June 19, 1884. 
Breeder and owner, Mr. I. Henry Roberto, P. O. Box 
1888, Philadelphia, Pa. 

fltfre-Cbief (A.K R. 881). 
Dam— Leigh Doane (A.K.R. 68). 



SPANIELS. 

FOLD AND COOKKB SPAXIBLS. 

. 2186. Bob, black and tan dog, whelped Sept. 
87,1884. Breeder, Hornell Spaniel . Club, Horaells- 
ville, N. T. Owner, Mr. Ed. G. Kooh, Williamsport, 

Mre-HornellSilk(A.K.R 1897). 
Dam— Hornell Dinah (A.K.R. 68). 

8186* Delhi, black, white star on bosom, bitch 
whelped Aug. 18, 1884. Breeder. Mr. Chas. E. Hitt, 
Delhi, Delaware county, N. Y. Owner, Mr. J. Lee 
Simmons, Park Mills, Frederick county, Md. 

iStfre— Brag, by Wildalr (Whitman's Doctor— Wad- 
dell's Josie) out of Little Buttercup, by Winn's Jack 
out of Fannie. 

Dam— Rosa Bonheur, by Montague out of Leda. 

8187* Dinah W., black bitch, whelped April 
16, 1884. Breeder and owner, Mr. J. P.Willey, Salmon 
Falls, N. H. 

tfire-Obo II. (A.K.R. 488). 

Dam— Clio (A.K.R. 429). 

8 188. Duke H.» black and white dog, whelped 
Nov. 84, 1884. Breeder. Mr. Chas. E. Hitt, Delhi, Del- 
aware county, N. T. Owner, Mr. J. Lee Simmons, 
Park Mills, Frederick county, Md. 

Sire -Brag; see Delhi (A.K R. 8186). 

Dam— Gypste, by Col. Stubba (A.K.R. 808) out of 
Eudora, by Captain out of Beauty. 

8189* Ivy, black, white and ticked bitch, 
whelped June 8, 1884. Breeder, Mr. Chas. E. Hitt, 
Delhi, Delaware county, N. Y. Owner, Mr. J. Lee 
Simmons, Park Mills. Frederick county, Md. 

Sire— Brag; see Delhi (A.K.R. 2186). 

Dam -Gypsie, by Col. Stubbs (A.K.R. 802) out of 
Eudora (A.K.R. 806). 

8190. Juno W», black bitch, whelped Oct. 9, 
1888. Breeder, Mr. John Daly, Salmon Falls, N. H. 
Owner, Mr. J. P. Willey, Salmon Falls, N. H. 

Sire-Obo H. (A.K.R. 488). 
Dam— Darkey (A.K.R. 860). 

8191. Miss Obo H., black bitch, whelped 
July 6, 1888. Breeder, Mr. James Farrow, England. 
Owner, Mr. J. P. Willey, Salmon Fall«, N. H. 

Sire— Farrow's Obo (E. 10,452), by his Fred out of 
his Betty. 

Dam— Farrow's Fern (E. 12,786) by Beverlac out of 
Farrow's Minnie. 

8198. Ollie Obo, solid black bitch, whelped 
Oct. 17, 1834. Breeder and owner, Mr. Irving M. 
Dewey, New Haven, Conn. 

Sire— Obo H. (A.K.R. 488). 

Dam— Daisy Zulu (A.K.R. 881). 



Aug. 81, 1884. Breeder, Mr. W. D. Hotoappte, Hud- 
son, N. Y. Owners, Messrs. E. L. Bailey and Harry 
Lament. Pittsfleld, Mass. 

Sire— Doonie, by Modoc out of Nellie Bly. 

Dam— Nancy, by imported Ned out of imported 
Daisey. 

8194. Nellie, white bitch, whelped August, 
1888. Breeder, Mr. Fred Hinks, Birmingham, Bag- 
land. Owner, Mr. Ed. S. Porter, New Haven, Conn. 

Sire— Rebel, by Eclipse out of Rose, by Turk out 
of Brute. 

Dam— Kitt H , by Nobe out of Old Kit. 

Fox-Tbbbubs. 

8195« Lancelot, white, black and tan mark- 
ings, dog, whelped Feb. 88. 1888. Breeder, Mr. 
Murchison, Junior Carlton Club, London, England. 
Owners, Monmouth Kennels, West End P. O., Long 
Branch, N. J. 

Sire— Tweezers IL, by Tweezers (E. 5,957) out of 
Dainty (E. 8,086). 

Dam— Champion Olive (E. 5,996), by Belgrave Joe 
out of Tricksey. 

Record— Second, Pittsburgh, 1888; first, Cincinnati 
and New Haven, and champion, Washington, 1884. 

8196* Lyra, white, black and tan markings, 
bitch, whelped December, 1888. Breeder, Mr. H. C. 
Wheeler, Lon Ion, Ont. Owners, Monmouth Kennels, 
West End P. O., Long Branch, N. J. 

Sire— Fennel, by Spice (E. 9,966) out of Bloom. 
Spice, by Belgrave Joe out of Clove. 

Dam— Fay, by Terry's Bob (Foiler— Nell) out of 



Picture, by Spring out of Spitfire, 
Record?— First, puppy and or "~ 



first, puppy class, London, 18 



tn class. New Orleans; 
; first, Cincinnati, 1864. 



TERRIERS. 

BULL-TSRHTKRfl. 

2193. Miss Doonie, white bitch, whelped 



8 197. Nannie, (E. 9,918) white on head and ear, 
dark tan markings, bitch, whelped May 18, 1879. 
Breeder, Captain Jameson. Owner*, Monmouth 
Kennels, West End P. O., Long Branch, N. J. 

Sire— Buff (E. 6,988), by Buffet (E. 4,102) out of 
Swan. Buffet, by De Castro's Buffer out of Frolic. 

Dam— Dolly (E. 8,954). by Buffer (E. 624) out of Fly, 
by Rattler out of Stella. Buffer, by Marquis of 
Huntley's Bonna out of Trinket. 

Record— Second, Stratford: third, Chesterfield 
and Crystal Palace, 1881; third, Maidstone; first, 
Woodbridge, Chester and Leicester. 1882; first, Col- 
chester and second to champion Olive in champion 
class, Alexandra Palace, 1888. 

Irish Terriers. 

8198. Garry, red dog, whelped Sept. 14, 1884. 
Breeder, Dr. J. S. Niven, London, Ont. Owner, Mr. 
Wm. T. Reynolds, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

Sire— Garry Owen, by Paddy II. (Paddy— Midge) 
out of champion Erin,by Prince (Tommy— Jess) out or 
Flora. 

Dam— AiJeen, by Jack (Captain— Bell) out of Kitty, 
by Tory out of Gyp. 

8199. Judy, red bitch, whelped April 8, 1884. 
Breeder, Mr. Lawrence Timpson, Red Hook, N. Y. 
Owner, Mr. William T. Reynolds, 229 Mill street, 
Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

Sire-Pluck (A.K.R. 197). 
Dam— Sheila (A.K.R. 187). 

Yorkshire Terriers. 

8800. Dot, dog, whelped Sept. 29. 1884. Breeder, 
Mr. W. H. Todd, Vermillion, Ohio. Owner, Mr. Wm. 
D. Todd, Denver, Col. 

Sire— Dandie, by Cleveland Murphy out of Pink, 
by Brodie's (Detroit) imported dog out of Blossom, 
by Jerry out of Toss. 

Dam— Frisk, by Todd's imported Jack out of Lily, 
by Boss out of Bess, by Toddrs imported Jack out of 
Frisk, by Sharp out of Minnie, doss, by imported 
Jack (first Ann Arbor) out of Blue Bell, by Jerry out 
of Blossom, by Jerry out of Toss. 



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Wntry free. Extreme care should be taken to write 
name* mainly. Blanks furnished on receipt of ad- 
dressed and I cent stamped envelope. 

[Notice.— 8tud visits cannot be inserted in the same 
Register with a record of the result of the visit. The 
Produce Register then cover* the Breeding Register, 
and to get insertion in the latter, notice must be sent 
in time for a preceding number of the Register.] 

BASSETS. 
Countess— Nemours.— Mr. B. F. Seitner'B 
Countess was bred to Mr. Chamberlin's Nemours 
(AK.R. 870) on Feb. 11. 

BEAGLES. 
jLill H.— Bannerman.- Mr. A. C. Krueger's 
Lill n. was bred to his Bannerman (A.K.R. 1700) on 
Feb. 2. 

COLLIES. 
Fannie— Rob Boy*— Mr. J. K. Yore's im- 
ported Fannie (pedigree not known) was bred to Mr. 
J. A. Long's Rob Roy (A.K.R. 884) on Feb. 18. 

Prep -Tom*— Mr. John Kidston's Prep (A.K.R. 
1674) was bred to Mr. Peter Bradley's Tom on Feb. 
21. 

ITALIAN GREYHOUNDS. 

Zelpha— Puck.— Mr. Henry C. Burdick'B Zel- 
pha was bred to Mr. E. W. Jester's Puck on Jan. 22. 
POINTERS. 

Birdie — Knickerbocker*— Mr. F. Smith's 
Birdie was bred to the Knickerbocker Kennel Club's 
Knickerbocker (A.K.R. 19) on Jan. 21. 

Dinah U.— Knickerbocker* — Mr. John 
Pierrepont's Dinah n. was bred to the Knickerbocker 
Kennel Club's KnicKerbocker on Feb. 4. 

Vision— Tammany*— Mr. F. R. Hitchcock's 
Vision (A.K.R. 778) was bred to his Tammany (Tory 
—Moonstone) on Fob. 1. 

PUGS. 
I>olly— Doctor. — The Forest City Kennels' 
Dolly (A.K.R. 170) was bred to theirimported Doctor 
<m Feb. 12. 

Toodles— Joe.— Mr. George W. Dixon's Toodles 
was bred to Mr. George H. Hill's Joe (A.K.R. 925) on 
Teb. 10. 

May— Joe*— Mr. Geo. Gilliyan's May was bred 
i» Mr. Geo. H. Hill's Joe (A.K.R. 925) on Feb. 6. 

Pinkey— Punch.— Mr. T. H. Adams's Pinkey 
(A.K.R. 2145) was bred to Mr. Harley's imported 
Punch on Feb. 15. 

Daisy- Young Toby.— Mr. C. S. Keith's Daisy 
was bred to the Chequasset Kennels' Young Toby 
4AJK.R. 478) on Feb. 9. 

Victory— Treasure.— The Chequasset Ken- 
nel*' Victory (A.KJR. 1265) was bred to their Treasure 
(A.K.R. 472) on Feb. 18. 

ST. BERNARDS. 

Rough-Coated. 

Abbess II.-Bonivard.-Mr. Geo. H. Hill's 

{International Kennels) Abbess II. (A.K.R. 275) was 

bred to Mr. E. R. Hearn's Bonivard (A.K.R. 361) on 

Feb. 16. 

Irma — Hermit. — The Chequasset Kennels' 
Irma (A.K.R. 1051) was bred to their champion Her- 
mit (A.K.R. 28) on Feb. 9. 

Marchioness— Schoonhoven.— The Alpine 
Kennels' Marchioness (A.K.R. 1268) was bred to their 
Schoonhoven (A.K.R. 795) on Jan. 26. 



Sombre— Hermit.— The Chequasset Kennels 
Sombre (A.K.R. 798) was bred to their Hermit (A.K.R. 
88) on Feb. 28. 

Theon — Cawar. — The Chequasset Kennels* 
Theoa (A.K.R. 94) was bred to the Forest City Ken- 
nels' (Portland, Me.) Ca>sar (AK.R. 22) on Feb. 20. 

Smooth-Coated. 
Alma— Alp H.— The Chequasset Kennels' Alma 
(A.KJL 27) was bred to Mr. H. J. Harwood's Alp II. 
(A.K.R. 705) on Feb. 12. 

Nellie C— Mentor H.— Mr. .Garret Roach's 
Nellie C. (A.K.R. 415) was bred to the Mill-Brook 
Kennels' Mentor H. (imported), by Murchison's 
Mentor out of Clinton's The Nun, on Feb. 24. 

Wanda— Verone.— The Mill-Brook Kennels' 
Wanda (A.K.R. 1941) was fared to their Verone (A.K.R. 
418) on Feb. 16. 

SETTERS. 

English Setters. 

Brier— Royal Blue*— Dr. Greenough's Brier 

(A.K.R. 101) was bred to Mr. Augustus Flagg's Royal 

Blue on Feb. 1. 

Lou— Harry S. — Mr. J. W. Chafee's Lou 
(A.K.R. 1286) was bred to Mr. H. May'fl Harry S. 
(A.K.R. 223) on Feb. 18. 

Morning Star— Gun.— Mr. Charles York's 
Morning Star (A.K.R. 1541) was bred to his Gun 
(A.K.R. 1588) on Feb. 28. 

Victoria Bale— Fleet. — Messrs. Wheaton, 
Tuck and Beck's bitch Victoria Dale (A.K.R. 2178) 
was bred to Mr. Benj. F. Dorrance's Meet (A.K.B. 
2162) on Feb. 8. 

SPANIELS. 
Field and Cocker Spaniels. 
Blackie HX-Obo H.-Mr J. P. Willey's 
bitch Blackie HI. (A.K.R. 428) was bred to his Obo 
H. (A.K.R. 432) on Feb. 17. 

Black Pearl-Obo* Jr.— Mr. G. W. Leavitt's 
bitch Black Pearl (A.K.R. 647) was bred to Mr. J. P. 
Willey's Obo, Jr. (A K.R. 1481) on Feb. 18. 

Darkle— Obo* Jr.— Mr. John Daly's bitch Dar- 
kle (A.K.R. 250) was bred to Mr. J. P. Willey's Obo, 
Jr. (A.K.R. 1481) on Jan. 80. 

Dinah W. -Black Pedro.-Mr J. p. Willey's 
bitch Dinah W. (A.K.R. 2187) was bred to his Black 
Pedro (A.K.R. 1474) on Jan. 25. 

Flora— Black Prince.— Mr. W. Reicne's 
bitch Flora (Flake— Lady) was bred to Mr. A. C. Wil- 
merding's Black Prince (AK.R. 62) on Feb. 24. 

Hornell Ruby— Obo H.— The Hornell Span- 
iel Club's Hornell Ruby (A.K.R. 67) was bred to Mr. 
J. P. Willey's champion Obo H. (A.K.R. 482) on Jan. 
28. 

Juno— Og.— Mr. F. C. Bushnell's Juno was bred 
to Mr. S. R. Hemingway's Og (A.K.R. 1878) on 
March 2. 

Maud S*— Donizetti.— Mr. John Gross's Maud 
S. ( A .K.R. 999) was bred to Mr. Geo. Kilian's Donizetti 
(A.K.H. 1477) on Feb. 21. 

TERRIERS. 
Bull-Terribrs. 
Kitty— President.— Mr. Geo. Vaughn's Kitty 
was bred to Mr. Edw. S. Porter's imported President 
(A.K.R 1208) on Feb. 21. 

Little Nellie-President.-Mr. F. F. Dole's 
Little Nellie was bred to Mr. E. S. Porter's imported 
President (A.K.R. 1208) on Feb. 5. 

Nellie-President.-Mr. D. S. Gamble's Nellie 
was bred to Mr. E. 3. Porter's imported President 
(A.K.R. 1208) on Feb. 3. 



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Entry free. Extreme care should be taken to 
write name* plainly. Blanks furnished an receipt 
of addressed and 1 cent stamped envelope. 

BEAGLES. 

Floss -Bannerman.- Mr. A. C. Krueger's 
Floss (AIR. 1790) whelped two dogs and three 
bitches on Feb. 11. Color, white, black and tan. 
Sired by his Bannerman (A.K.R. 1700). 

Gipsy -Bannerman.— Mr. A. C. Krueger's 
Gipsy whelped five dogs and three bitches on Dec. 6, 
1884. Color, six black, tan and white, and two black 
and tan. Sired by his Bannerman (A.K.R. 1709). 

Pigeon— Bannerman.— Mr. A. C. Knieger's 
Pigeon (A.K.R. 1736) whelped two dogs and four 
bitches on Feb. 8. Color, all clear white, black and 
tan. Sired by his Bannerman (A.K.R. 1700). 

Rena— Bannerman.— Mr. a. C. Knieger's 
Rena (A.K.R. 1727) whelped one dog and three bitches 
on Dec. 15, 1P84. Color, three white, black and tan, 
and on 9 white. Sired by his Bannerman (A.K.R. 
1709). 

COLLIES. 

Jeanll.— Sandy.— Mr. Geo. A. Smith's Jean II. 
(A.K.R. 1180) whelped five dogs and one bitch on 
Dec. 9, 1881. Color, black, tan and white, white col- 
lar and tip of tail. Sired by Mr. Geo. A. Fletcher's 
Sandy (A.K.R. 761). 

Kitty Mac— Rex.— The Houghton Farm's 
Kitty Mac (A.K R. 689) whelped five dogs and four 
bitches on Jan. 8. Color, black and tan. several have 
some white. Sired by Mr. James Lindsay's Rex 
(A.K.R. 149). 

Lady Clyde— Montrose.-The Scotch Collie 
Kennel Club's Lady Clyde (A.K.R. 888) whelped 
three dogs and four bitbhes on Feb. 2. Color 
of dogs, black, tan and white; bitches, black and 
tan. Sired by their Montrose (A.K.R. 891), 

MASTIFFS. 
Onyx— Keno.— Messrs. John Clary & Sons* Onyx 
(A.K.R. 1769) whelped five dogs and seven bitches 
on Feb. 2. Color, light fawn, muzzle, ears and tip 
of tail black (two dogs since dead). Sired by Messrs. 
John Clary & Sons 1 Keno (A.K.R 1766). 

ST. BERNARDS. 

Rough-Coated. 

Abbess— Katerfelto.— The St. Bernard Ken- 
nels' Abbe«8 (A.K.R. 788) whelped eleven dogs and 
seven bitahes on Fen. 10 (ten since dead). Sired byMr. 
W. W..Macfar land's Katerfelto (A.K.R. 789). 

Gertie— Bonivard.— The Hermitage Kennels' 
Gertie (A.K.R. 788) whelped three dogs and one bitch 
on Nov. 28, 1884 (three since dead). Color, orange, 
white markings, double dew claws. Sired by Boni- 
vard (A.K.R. 861). 

Sheila- Carlo.— The Alpine Kennels' Sheila 
(A.K.R. 796) whelped five dogs and five bitches on 
Jan. 22. Color, mahogany brindle and white, cor- 
rect markings. Sired by their Carlo (A.K.R. 89). 

Ursula— Carlo*— The Alpine Kennels' Ursula 

i A.K.R. 26) whelped one dog and three bitches on 
^an. 31. Color, mahogany onndle and white, cor- 
rect markings. Sired by their Carlo (A.K.R. 89). 

Smooth Coated. 

Alma II.— Don H.— The Hermitage Kennels' 
Alma II. (A.K.R. 276) whelped five dogs and seven 
bitches (seven &ince dead) on Dec. 10, 18S4. Color, 
orange, white markings. Sired by Don II. (E. 12.907). 



SETTERS. 



Jossie— Harry 8.— Mr. H. May's Jostle (A.K.R. 
1286) whelped three dogs and four bitches on Feb. 11 . 
Color, two dogs lemon and white, the rest black, 
white and tan. Sired by Harry 8. (A.K.R. 228). 

Idddy Bfc.-Harry 8.— Mr. H. May's Liddy M. 
(A.K.R. 1286) whelped six dogs and three bitches on 
Feb. 19. Color, two deep red, three lemon and white, 
four black, white and tan. Sired by Harry 8. 
(A.K.R. 228). 

Irish Setters. 

Kate— Ralph H.— Mr. George Snyder's Kate 

i A.K.R. 1849) whelped four dogs and five bitches on 
tab. 11 (one bitch since dead). Color, one dog and 
bitch all red, three dogs and three bitches red with 
white dot on forehead, and a little white on breast. 
Sired by Ralph H. (A.K.R. 686). 

Madam Juno-Rutledge.— Mr. C. L. Davoi'a 
Madam Juno (A.K.R. 1858). whelped six dogs and 
three bitches on Feb. 12. Color, dark red. Four 
dogs and two bitches now living. Sired by his Rut- 
ledge (A.K.R. I860). 

SPANIELS. 

Field and Cooker. Spaniels. 

WaUkdll Blanche— Hornell Silk.— Mr. A. 

Gordon's WallkUl Blanche (A.K.R. 1201). whelped 
three dogs and four bitches on Jan. 17. Color, two 
black dogs and one liver, one liver bitch, one black 
bitch, and two black and tan bitches. One black 
and tan and on* liver bitch and liver dog since dead. 
Sired by Hornell Silk (A.K.R. 1897). 

TERRIERS. 
Bull-Terriers. 
Bridget— President.— Mr. E. W. Bennet's- 
Bridget wheloed one dog and four bitches on Feb. 4. 
Color, two pure white, three white with small patch 
of brindle on tail. Sired by Mr. E. 8. Porter's Presi- 
dent (A.K R. 1206). 

Fox-Terrders. 

Nettle— Mixture.— Mr. w. H. Oookson's (Hud- 
son, N. Y.) Nettle (A.K.R 1704), whelped two dogs 
and four bitches on Feb. 16. Sired by Mr. John E. 
Thayer's champion Mixture (Spice— Fairy HI.). 



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Blanks furnished on receipt of addressed and 1 cent 
stamped envelope. 

POINTERS. 
Frits, Uver and white (A.K.R. 268) Winner of two 
firsts, one championship and special; is well made r 
very handsome, well broken and a perfect retriever 
from land or water. Weighs 66 pounds. For terms 
and particulars address Maple Kennels, Patterson, 
N. Y. 

ST. BERNARDS. 

Rough Coated. 

Bonivard, dark orangn and brindle, correct 
white markings (E. 11,788, A.K. R. 861), by Souldan 
out of Myzar. Has won 40 cups and prizes in Eng- 
land, and first prize every time shown in America. 
Fee $50. Apply to the Hermitage Kennels, Passaic, 
N. J. 

Dolce of Leeds, rich orange brindle, white 
markings (A.K.R. 1685), by Mount Zion II. out of 



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Novice. Has won first, St. Bernard Club Show, 1884; 
second. Crystal Palace, 1«84: first, New York; cham- 
pion, Chicago; first, Philadelphia; champion, New 
York, 1884. Fee $50. Apply to the Hermitage Ken- 
nels, Passaic, N. J. 

Smooth-Coated. 
Don H« 9 orange, white markings (E. 12,907, 
A K.R. 1161), by The Shah out of Dewdrop. Has won 
first, Margate; first, St. Bernard Club Show, 1882; 
second prize, St. Bernard Club Show, 1888; second 
prize, Crystal Palace; first, New York; champion, 
Montreal; first, Philadelphia; champion, New York, 
1884. Fee $50. Apply to the Hermitage Kennels, 
Passaic, N. J. 

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BEAGLES. 
Blue Cap.— Mr. A. C. Krueger (WrtghtsviUe, Pa.) 
has purchased the Fulton Kennel Club's (Canal Ful- 
ton. O.) dog Blue Cap. 

1411— Blue Cap Puppy.— Mr. A. C. Krueger 
(Wrightsville. Pa.) bas purchased of the Fulton Ken- 
nel Club (Canal Fulton, O.) a dog puppy, by Blue 
Cap out of Lill, and has since sold it to Mr. H. B. 
Beldler of the same place. 

Aland.— Mr. F. W. Wheaton (Wilkesbarre. Pa.) 
has purchased Mr. A. C. Krueger's (Wrightsville, 
Pa.) bitch Maud. 

Lill H.— Mr. A. C. Krueger (Wrightsville, Pa.) 
has purchased the Fulton Kennel Club's (Canal Ful- 
ton, O.) bitch Lill H. 

COLLIES. 

Eily.— Mr. George A. Smith (520 Walnut street, 
Philadelphia) has purchased Mr. Jas. Lindsay's 
bitch E«y (A.K.R. 2119). 



:.— Mr. G. R. Sherman (Port Henry, N.Y.) has 
purchased Mr. Martin Dennis's (Newark, N. J.) dog 
Max, by Brack (A.K.R. 8) out of Beauty (A.K.R. 681). 

Rez-Rab.— Mr. Wm. A. Stewart (New York 
city) has purchased the Houghton Farm's (Moun- 
tainvllle, N. Y.) dog Rex-Rab. 

Prep -Bob Boy Puppy.— Mr. L. H. Clsrk 
(East Saginaw, Mich.) has purchased of Mr. John 
Kidston (Chicago) a dog puppy, by Rob Roy out of 
Prep. 

ITALIAN GREYHOUNDS. 

Jester.— Mrs. Charles H. Col burn (Nashua, 
N. H.) has purchased Mr. Henry C. Burdick's 
(Springfield, Mass.) dog Jester. 

Italie and Tottie.— Mr. W. H. Cock (Saratoga 
Springs, N. Y.) has purchased Mr. Henry C. Burdick's 
(Springfield, Mass.) two bitches Italie and Tottie. 

POINTERS. 
Jerry.— Dr. G. G. Davis (Philadelphia) has pur- 
chased the Maple Kennels' (Patterson, N. Y.) lemon 
and white dog Jerry, by Frits (A.K.R. 268) out of 
Bird (AXR. 1658). 

Moonim.— Mr. James Bloomfleld (New York 
city) has purchased Mr. Chas. S. Fitch's (Fort 
Washington, New York city) dog Moonim (A.K.R. 

Sprightly.— Mr. E. K. Taylor (Chester, Pa.) has 
purchased the Maple Kennels' (Patterson. N. Y.) 
lemon and white dog Sprightly, by Fritz (A.K.R.268) 
out of Bird (A.K.R. 1868). 



Sylph.— Mr. Chas. S. Fitch (Fort Washington, 
New York city) has purchased the Maple Kennels' 
(Patterson, N. Y.) bitch Sylph. 

Tom.— Mr. H. A. Burton (Charleston, W. Va.) baa 

Burchased the Maple Kennels' (Patterson, N. Y > 
ver and white dog Tom, by Fritz (A.K.R. 208) out 
of Bird (A.K.R. 1858). 

PUGS. 

Dandy.— Mr. D. V. Fuller (Belchertown, Mass.) 
has purchased the City View Kennels' (New Haven, 
Conn.) dog Daniy (A.K.R. 1086). 

Frou Frou.— Mr. S. S. McCune (New Orleans) 
has purchased Mr. Geo. Uillivan's (West Jefferson, 
O.) bitch Frou Frou. 

Gold Coin.— Mr. Geo. Gillivan (West Jefferson, 
O.) has purchased Mr. Harry L. Goodman's (Auburn 
Junctiou, 111.) dog Gold Coin. 

Peek-a-boo.-Miss J. F. Breckenridge (New 
Haven, Conn.) has purchased the City View Ken- 
nels' (New Haven, Conn.) bitch Peek-a-boo (A.K.R. 
2088). 

Treasure U.— The Essex Kennels (Andover r 
Mass ) have purchased the Chequa^set Kennels' (Lan- 
caster, Mass.) dog Treasure II. (champion Treasure 
—imported Toodiee). 

ST. BERNARDS. 

ROUOH-COATBD. 

Don Pedro.— The St. Bernard Kennels (Clifton, 
Staten Island, N. Y.) have purchased Mr. A. K. John- 
ston's (Clifton, N. Y.) dog Don Pedro (A K.R. 1670). 

Smooth-Coated. 
Arno. — The Chequasset Kennels (Lancaster, 
Mass.) have purchased the Essex Kennels' (Andover, 
Mass.) bitch Arno (A.K.R. 1606). 

Asphodel*— Mr. F. H. Bates (Loring, Mass) baa 
purchased the Chequasset Kennels' (Lancaster, 
Mass.) bitch Asphodel (A.K.R. 1607). 

Idstein.-Mr. C. W. Bunn (La Crosse, Wis.) has 
purchased the Chequasset Kennels' (Lancaster, 
Mass.) dog Idstein, by Ccbsot out of Brunhild. 

AlmaTT.— Don H. Puppies.— Mr. H. J. Clap- 
ham (Oswego. N. Y.) bas purchased of the Hermitage 
Kennels (Passaic, N. J.) two bitch puppiep , by Don 
H. (E 18,907) out of Alma II. (A.K.R. 276). 

SETTERS. 
Irish Setters. 
Shaugraun.— Mr. L3e Cbamberlin (Troy, N. Y.) 
has purchased Mr. F. E. Draper's (Lansingburg, 
N. Y.) dog Shaugraun (A.K.R. 640). 

TERRIERS. 

Fox-Terriers. 

Surrey Max.- Mr. Charles Rule (Cincinnati, 

O.) has purchased the Surrey Kennels' (Ellicott City, 

Md.) dogSurrey Max, by Flippant (A.K R. 688) out of 

Trix (A.K.R. 748). 



ON SALE. 

Entry fee (SO cents for 25 words or less, additional 
words i cents each) must accompany entry. Extreme 
care should be taken to write names plainly. Blank* 
furnished on receipt of addressed and 1 cent stamped 
envelope. 

COLLIES. 

Champion Stock. — Rex— Kitty Mac- 
Puppies of both sexes by champion Rex (A.K.R. 149) 
out of Kitty Mac (A.K.R. 689). Born Jan. 8. Send 
for circular to Houghton Farm, MountalnviUe r 
Orange county, New York. 



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Puppies.— Five dog puppies and one bitch. Two 
with white hreastft. three black and tan with white 
breasts. Sire, Nelson II. (A.K.R. I960). Dam, Dora 
II. (A.K.R. 191(5). Address Mr. Frank Johnston, 
•Groese Points Post-office, Wayne county, Mich. 

SETTERS. 
English Szttkrs. 

Puppies*— Sixteen English setter puppies at $10 
each. Dams, Jossie (A.K.R. 590) and Liddy M. 
(A.K.R. 1285).— Sired by Harry 8. (A.K.B. 888). In- 
close stamp for pedigree. Address Henry May, Au- 
gusta, Ga. 

Irish Sitters. 

Puppies*— A few very choice puppies by Chester 
-out ofLady Bess. For circular address J. A. Cathcart, 
Box 795, Atlantic City. N. J. 

Puppies-Whelped Feb. 18, 1885, by Ralph H. 
(A.K.R. 636) out of Kate (A.K.R. 1849). Address Geo. 
Snyder, Pataha City, Washington Ter. 



Corrections. 



All persons are urged to use extreme care to write 
plainly. Entries must be made on the blanks fur- 
nished for the purpose. Subscribers should note the 
corrections against the original entry. 



1458. Diana*.— We are advised that Dr. E. J. 
Forster's Daisy was by Chapin's Rube and not by 
Copeland's Shot. 

1666. Ben Nevis.-Date of birth Feb. 6, 1884. 

1 656 and 1 660* I And to my great regret tbat 
I was given an incorrect pedigree for Nos. 1656 and 
1660 A.K.R. The dam in each, Fanny Fisher, should 
be by Beaufort out of Fannie Turner instead of Beau- 
fort out of Nymph. Fannie Turner is by Sensation 
out of Queen II., by Saucbo out of Oodeffroy's Queen. 
It is very provoking to have to bother you, but 
please make correction and oblige— T. B. Dorset. 

1916. Dora H.— Is a bitch. 
1940. Alpine Maid- -Whelped May 5. 
1994. Little Duke.— Dam, Dally, not Dolly. 
SO 13. Count Robert.— Whelped June 2, 1884. 
2066. Gladstone's Lad.— The name of the 
■ dam is Donna J., not Jr. 

S056. Grace.-Date of birth Sept. 18, 1884. 

2057. Hazel.— Date of birth Sept. 13, 1884. 

2058. Tbe dam of Aldridge's Smut is Bassett's 
Queen Bess. 

2076. Jerry D.— Owner, Chas. B. Lai the. 
8086. Romie S.-Whelped Nov. 1, 1884. 



DEATHS. 
1544. Rebel Monarch.— Distemper. 
1583. Rusco.— Distemper. 
1691. Clio.— Distemper. 
1625. Ruby.— In parturition. 
1651. Mavis.— Distemper. 



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Questionable Collie Pedigrees. 

Editor American Kennel Register: 

Judging from the support which the Register. 
lias received ever since its first issue, it may be 
fairly said that it has fulfilled a mission, 
recognized by all good and reputable breeders 
of dogs as a boon and a blessing. The blessing, 
however, may become a curse and the boon a 
bane if no authenticity is to be required by the 
Register and given by the breeder to the 
pedigrees as published. It certainly must be 
manifest to all that the registered pedigrees 
must be truthful or the American Kennel 
Register is worthless. The registered pedigree 
should be a guarantee that the dog it represents 
is pure-bred. Upon this ground, Mr. Editor, I 
deem it to be the duty of every owner and 
breeder of pure-bred dogs, and of every one 
who has the welfare and usefulness of the 
Kennel Register at heart, to expose and call 
in question any pedigree which bears evidence 
of misrepresentation, falsification or appropria- 
tion. This appears to be the only protection 
which breeders can obtain against those un- 
scrupulous fellows who falsify and appropriate 
to their own uses the pedigrees of ether men's 
dogs. 

Now to a case in point. I am a breeder of 
Scotch collies, have been at it for some years, 
and have sold a good many dogs. In January, 
1884, 1 sold a collie bitch pup by Brack (A K.R. 
8) out of Dora (A.K.R. 4) to Mr. A. R. Kyle of 
New Rochelle, N. Y., and gave him a written, 
detailed pedigree of the same. Two months 
later he wrote me that the pup had died and 
thereupon purchased of me a dog pup of the 
same litter. Two months later at the West- 
minster Kennel Club Show, 1 recognized the 
above bitch pup on the bench, entered in the 
collie puppy class by Mr. George Aitken, of 
New Rochelle. She was catalogued as "Juno 
II. (Juno being the dam of Dora), by champion 
Carlyle (E. 11,883) out of Juno (E. 9,452)> I 
immediately sought out Mr. Aitken and asked 
him where he procured his dog. He told me 
he purchased it of Mr. Kyle and that Mr. Kyle 
had assured him that the pup was imported 
and that her pedigree as given was straight 
and true. Now, Mr. Editor, the facts are 

First— The bitch did not die, as Mr. Kyle 
stated, but was sold to. Mr. Aitken. 

Second— The bitch was not imported, but 
was bred bv me. 

Third — The pedigree is false, for Carlyle's 
stud book number is not 11,883 but 8,505; and 
moreover, Carlyle was never coupled with 
Juno, for she was imported by Mr. A. S. Apgar 
July 28, 1881, and she died shortly after Mr. 
Apgar parted with her, and before the bitch 
in question was born. 

If Mr. Kyle is capable of such misrepresenta- 
tion as this, he is not above appropriating 
other names and pedigrees to suit his own 
purposes, to wit: In the December number of 
the Register appears entry No. 1744, Juno II., 
bred by me and owned by Mr. Kyle. Clearly 
this is a fabrication, or Mr. Kyle deceived me 
when he wrote me the bitch I sold him had 
died; but it has been shown that Mr. Kyle 
actually sold this particular bitch to Mr. 
Aitken, therefore entry No. 1744 must be some 
other dog to which Mr. Kyle has appropriated 
the pedigree I originally sent him. Again, in 



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the same number, occurs entry No. 1755, 
Wallace, aired hy Sweep, he by Nelson (E. 
9484) out of Juno (E. 9452). Now I question 
this pedigree as given to Sweep, and strongly 
suspect that it was appropriated bodily from 
Dora's pedigree. At any rate, I call upon Mr. 
Kyle to give a complete history of the dog 
Sweep, by whom he was bred, the date of 
his birth, and from whom he purchased the 
dog; in other words, to prove the pedigree. 
Again, in the January number of the Register 
appears entry No. 1916, Dora II., sired by 
imported Drive, he by champion Carlyle 
(E. 8,505) out of Sanfoil (E. 6,513). Drive is 
therefore an own brother to my imported dog 
Brack. This is very "fishy," and I charge that 
Mr. Kyle has appropriated this pedigree bodily 
to his dog from the written pedigree I sent 
him when I sold him the bitch pup a year ago. 
Ye* further, why did Mr. Kyle name his dog 
Dora II.. when no Dora occurs in the pedigree? 
While this is a violation of your rules govern- 
ing registration, it at the same time "gives 
away" Mr. Kyle. What suggested to Mr. 
Kyle the name Dora II.? In like manner I 
question entry No. 1921, Lillibulero, breeder 
Mr. Kyle, and entered as litter brother to 
DoralL 

I am well aware, Mr. Editor, that these are 
serious charges to make, but 1 am convinced 
that I have good ground for my suspicions. 
It is a strange coincidence that in making up 
his pedigrees, Mr. Kyle has used only the 
names and stud book numbers which were 
given in the pedigree I furnished him when I 
sold him the bitch pup. Now let Mr. Kyle 
prove that I am wrong, and clearly prove it 
too; if he cannot do so, 1 claim that nis entries 
should be cancelled and expunged from the 
Register, and that he be hereafter debarred 
from the privilege of registering his dogs. 
Martin Dennis. 

Newark. N. J. 



Hunt's Imported Warrior. 

Editor American Kennel Register: 

In connection with the pedigree of Maud, 
beagle bitch, which I send you for the March 
Register, I desire to call your attention to the 
advisability in all cases in which the dog im- 
ported Warrior appears in a pedigree, of pre- 
fixing the name of the importer. In nearly all 
dogs of the Rowett strain Turner's imported 
Warrior figures, but there is, I take it, another 
Warrior, to wit: Hunt's, see A.K.R. Vol. 2, 
page 186, No. 1716. The liability to confusion 
in the future is more apparent when one ob- 
serves that the importers of both Warriors are 
from the same city, St. Louis, Mo. 

F. W. Wheaton. 
Wilxesbabre, Pa., Feb. 26, 1885. 

[We noticed the apparent double importa- 
tion and wrote to Mr. Hunt, who replied that 
Warrior was imported by Mr. Turner for his 
father, General Hunt, and should by right be 
always called Hunt's Warrior. In order to 
avoid any misunderstanding we will register 
this dog free if Mr. Hunt will fill out a blank 
and give ua full particulars regarding the im- 
portation, the date of Warrior's death, and 
anything worth knowing about the dog, as he 
figures prominently in beagle pedigrees.— Ed.1 



Mother Demdike, 1 760. 

Editor American Kennel Register: 

In your registration you or I have made the 
following mistakes. Mother Demdike, 1760: 
E.KC.SJ3. 14,598 omitted; first, Wolverhamp- 
ton, and not ''equal first, variety class, Wolver- 
hampton;" first, Farn worth, and not ' "second, 
Farnworth." Redruth and not "Redwith." 

H. W. Smith. 

WORCESTER, MftSS. 

[In reply we can only refer Mr. Smith to the 
English Kennel Stud Book, in which he will 
find that Mother Demdike divided first honors 
with four other dogs in the variety class at 
Wolverhampton, and that at Farnworth Acalia 
was placed first over Mother Demdike. Red- 
with is a typographical error and should be 
,, a small to 1 ~ 



Redruth, 



I town in Cornwall.] 



Crystal Palace Dog Show. 

THE Kennel Club held its twenty-fourth 
annual dog show at the Crystal Palace, 
Sydenham, on Jan. 13, 14, 15 and 16. There was 
a total entry of 1,694, which number has only 
been exceeded once, viz., at the first exhibi- 
tion in May, 1868. Following is a complete 
list of 

AWARDS. 

BLOODHOUNDS. -Champions— Dog*: Prize, M. 
Beaufoy (Nestor). Bitches: Prize, O. Hills (Witch). 
—Open— Doj«.- 1st. E. Nicnols (Pharaoh); 2d, L. O. 
Morrell (Maltravere); 8d. J. C. Tinker (Duncan). 
Very high com.. L. G. Morrell (Memphis) and Dr. Q. 
H. Parry (Premier III), High com., W. Foster (2) 
(Ripple Charmer and Ripple Ranter), G. H. Salisbury 
(Marquis), S. Arapblett (Oscar II.). and W. Parker 
(Ben Ifevis). Com., R. H. Wright (Hector II.). 
Bitch eh' 1st, C.A. G. Hutton (Helen U.\ 2d, E. Nich- 
hols (Nita): 8d, O. Hills (Morgiana). Very high com., 
E. R. Ray (Rowena) and W. O. Nash (Da'sy). High 
com., E. Nichols (Novice). Com.. S. Atnphlet (Judy). 

M&STIFF8. - Champions— Dogs: 1st and cup. Mrs. 
G. Willins (Maximilian); 2d, W. K. Taunton (cham- 
pion Cardinal). Bitches: 1st, Dr. F. J. Campbell 
(champion lily Hj; 8d, J. Evans (Elaine).— Open— 
Dogs: 1st, E. Nichols (Goth): 2d, J. Hutchings 
(Tims); ad, R. Cook (Ilford Caution): 4th, E. A. 
Cbeeseman (Bruce VII.) . High com., J. H. Asquith 
(Rajah IV.) and M. Beaufoy (Prussian Prince). A 
bad class. Bitches: 1st and cup, H. G. Wool more 
(Cambrian Princess); 2d, E. Nichols (Queen Ann); 
8d, J. S. Turner (The Lady Isabel). Very high com. , 
E. Nichols (Princess Ida), W. K. Taunton (2) (Ceryl 
and Olga), and J. S. Turner (The Lady Clare). Higti 
com., C. R. Leach (Lady Blanche) and J. Evans 
(Vivien). A very good class.— Puppies— Dogs: 1st, 
M. Beaufoy (Beaucoamp); 2d, J. R. Catterall (Prince 
Cole). Hicrh com., B. Hall (Lord Byron). Bitches: 
1st and 2d, W. Rollinson (Demeter and Danaidesj. 
High com., W. Wade (American Girl). 

ST. BERNARDS.— Champions— Dogs: lsr, S. W. 
Smith (Valentine); 2d, C. Macdonna < champion Bay- 
ard). Bitches: 1st, H. C. Joplin (champion Elfrida); 
2d, J. Edwards (champion Amy).— Open— Rough— 
Dogs: 1st, S. W. Smith (Merchant Prince); 2d, H. J. 
FulHames(Grip); 8d, A. Ward (Landgrave): 4th. W. 
G. Marshall (Pilgrim. Produce prize,F. E. F. Polhill- 
Turner (Marco in.). Very high com. and reserved, 
H. A. Davis (Bernina II.). Very hi^h com., J. C. 
Colam (Musgrave) and A. Ward JThe Colonel). High 
com., Rev. A. Nash (Visp H.VW. E. B. Atthili (Pacha), 
A. J. Gosling (Hector rv.>, R. Thornton (Kenneth), 
Mrs. S. J. Beale (Rector III), and Major T. M. Field 
(LeGrande). Com. J. S. Carter (Brunino), J. Folds, 
Jr. (Alp VHI ), and F. Leslie (Mac). Bitches: 1st. H. 
H. B. Chapman (Lady Eva) ; 2d. L. C. R. Norris-Elye 
(La Mascotte): equal 8d, F. E. Coleman (Maggiore), 
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com. and reserved W. E. B. Atthill (Isla). Very nigh 
com.. W. B. Megono (Countess of Beaufort), B. 
Thornton (8) (Me nie, Mabel II. and Annette). High 
oom., C Macdonna (St. Bride), Misses A. S. and A. 
Johnstone (Orestida Bellissima), B. Bartlett (2) (Bere- 
nice and Duchesse de la Tremouillitte), and H. Juster 
(Millie). Com., G. W. Denton (Rothley Brenda), J 
Farmer (Lady Athol, late Seva), E. Clarke (Geheim- 
niss), A. J. wheatley (Berina U.\ Mrs. D. Lloyd 
(Heroine), and Dr. J. fcae (Kota).— Smooth— Dogs: 1st, 
R. Thornton (Eviot): 3d. W. Soper (Lion III.). Very 
high com., Rev. G. D. Bradshaw (Taga). High com., 
C. Macdonna (Snowstorm II.). Com., F. 8. Oliver 
(Banner). Bitches: 1 st, J. Valentine (Ida II. ) ; 2d, W. 

B. Megone (Bon Bon). Very high com. and reserved, 
F. E. Colman (St. Bernard tne). High com., J. C. 
Colam (Moira), L. Oppanheim (Lady Superior), and 
J. H. Wells (St. Agatha). Com., C. Macdonna (Ben- 
lah) and A. J. Wheatley Cigarette).— Rough Puppies 
—Dogs: 1st, W. Cox (Rothley Romeo); 3d, C. Mat - 
donna (Bosco ID; 8J, F. E. Emerson (Oliver). Very 
high com. and reserved, W. Shalders (Hyperion). 
High com., J. C. Davies (2) (Don III. and Don Pedro 
II ), Mrs. Maidlow (Ben Disraeli), H. M. Hod son 
(Ricocbe ), and H. Thornton (Harvester). Com., J. 

C. Davies (Sailor III.), T. Makeham (Chelmsford 
Nelson). W. T. Gostling (Brighton Leo) and W. J. 
Haddock (VaU), Bitches: 1st. S. Smith (Mena); 2d, 
W. Porter (Royalty); 8d, J. McCullock (Florida). 
Very high com. ana reserved, A. P. Lucas (Cantine). 
Very high com., J. C. Davies (Donna Anna), W. O. 
Hughes-Hughes (Arpetta), and J. W. Waterhouse 
(Betona), High com., J. Webb (Lady Churchill), W. 
T. Goulden (Astarte), and T. Docksey (Modesty). 
Com., E. Pickup (Springside Maggie), W. G. Ross 
(Roseberry Lassie), and S. Smith (Levana).— Smooth 
Puppies: Prize, A Deakin (Rosebank Royal). 

NEWFOUNDLANDS. — Champion — Black— Prize, 
E.Nlcholls (champion Nelson I.».— Open— Black— 
Dogs: 1st and cup, E. Nichols (Lord Nelson); 2d. R. 
W. Moll (King Bruce); 8d, Miss A. Bryant (Rossmore). 
Very high com. and reserved, E. Nichols (Admiral 
Keppel). Very high com.. 8. Coatro (Devaar). High 
com., H. W. R. Child (Sidcup Leo H.). Bitches: 1st, 
Mr. G. Chapman (Lady Teazle); 2d, E. J. Bird (ItH). 
Very high com. and reserve, E. Nichols (Abbess). 
Very high com.. Miss A. Bryant (Sylvia). Higncom., 
Miss Coates (Maggie). Com., C. E. Birch (Lady Di). 
— Other than Black— Dogs: 1st, H. F. Marshall 
(Romeo); 2d, D. Palmer (Turpin). Very high com. 
and reserve, E. Nichols (Admiral Drake). Very high 
com., R. W Moll (Charlemagne). High com., Dr. J. 
L. Vardy (Lord of the Isles) and J. G. Mason (Pluto). 
Bitches: 1st, D. Palmer (Clio); 2d, J. H. Evans (Leon- 
ora). Puppies: 1st, G. Chapman (Lady Teazle;: 
2d, E. Nichols (Admiral Keppel); 8d, A. Stevens 
(Aaron). Very high com, and reserve, E. Nichols 
(Tom Bowling). Very high com., W. Twenyman 
(Hal) and C. W. Cunningham (Marloes Nell). High 
com., W. H. Brnce (General Roberts). Com., E. 
Nichols (Scylla). 

GREAT DANES.— Champions -1st, C. Petrzywal- 
ski (champion Sultan II.); 2d, W. A. Callagban (Har- 
lequin Nero).— Open— Dogs: 1st and cup, R. L. Pem- 
berton (Cedric the Saxon); 2d, E. G. Greene p (Tne 
Slogger); 8d, M. Riego (Cid Campeador). Very high 
com. and reserved, R. Herbert (Leal). Very high 
com., J. F. Crisp (Norman II.) and F. A. Onderwater 
(Voorwaarts). High com., R. Herbert (Monarch), E. 
C. Judkins (Wrestler) and S. Tearsley (Bracken). 
Com., E. Neale (Bismarck EL) and C. P. Jones (Nie 
belung). Bitches: 1st and cup, C. Petrzywalski 
(Mirza); 2d, R. L. Pemberton (*air Rosamond); 8d, 
S. E. Shirley (Nox). Very high com. and reserved, 

F. A. Onderwater (Dafne). Very high com., R. L. 
Pemberton (Minka), A. M. Marsden (Shotover), Rev. 

G. Bolton (Tigris), F. A. Onderwater (Cora) and H 
St. J. Stephen (Laura). High com., R. L. Pemberton 
(Queen Eleanor) and R. Herbert (Elf). Com., P. H. 
Nicholl (Madeline), C. F. Mosenthal (Empress), R. C. 
Ruddoch (Corrte Roy) and F. P. Sutthery (Empress 
of Cambridge).— Puppies— Dogs: 1st, S. E. Shirley 

gtonans); 2d, E. G. Greenep (The Pirate). Very 
igb com. and reserved, C. Petrzywalski (The Mah- 
dl). Very high com., H. Cox and E. Jaquet (Bud- 



hist). Bitches: 1st. M. Riego (Linda); 2d and cup, E. 
Wootten (Empress of Germany). Very high com.,. 
B. Thomas (Deana II.). High com.. Mrs. w. Young 
(Brunhilde). Com., H. Cox and E. Jaquet (Caura). 

DEERHOUNDS.— Champion— 1st, P. Cooper cham- 
pion Bevis I.) —OvKS—Dogs: 1st, H. P. Parkes (Gun* 
nar): 2d, Mrs. A. A. Corder (Warwick) ; 8d, H. C. 
Jop!ln (Clansman). Very high com , A. Maxwell and 
E Cassel (Robin Gray). High com., F. A. Anson 
(Lauga). Bitches: 1st, W. Gordon (Beatrice); 2d, 
H. P. Parkes (Heatherbelle); 8d, C. H. Lane (Lara). 
High com., H. Edwards (Lady). 

GREYHOUNDS.— Dogs: 1st, H. C. Joplin (cham- 
pion County Member); 2d, J. G. Bridge (Orsett). 
Bitches: 1st, H Pattenden (Sing Song); 2d, T. Sharpie* 
(Caroline). 

EXTRA CLASS.— Foreign Doos— Champion— Prize, 
W. K. Taunton (Captain Burton).— Open— Prize, W. 
R. Taunton (Oscar Franklin, Rev. A. Carter (Kusbki),. 
W. P. France (Beaucy H.), R Todd (Derwent Jumbo), 
A. B. Woodd (Hruni), and Miss A. Bodley (Bruno). 
Very high com.. W. P. France (Spot II ) and C. Mac- 
dona (Moscow II.). 

POINTERS.— Champions— Dogs: Prize, E. C. Nor- 
rish (champion Graphic). Bitches: Prize, Rev. W_ 
Shelld (Glee).— Open— »lbs. and upward— Dogs: 1st,. 
E. C. Morris a (Paragon i; 2d, Mrs. Graham (Don IX.); 
3d, B. Field (Young Dick). Very high com. and re- 
served, D. R. Scratton (Devon 111.). Very high com., 
Prince A. Sdlms (Luck of Hessen), F. A. Manning 
(Duke IV.). and Rev. W. Shield (Fluke). High com., 
E. C. Norrish (Grandee, late Devon Duke), H. Y. 
Flower (Rap II.), and R. J. L. Price (Little Ben). 
Com., Prince A. Solms (Gunner), and B. Meld (Lake). 
Excellent class.— 60lbs. and upward— Bitches: 1st,. 
E. C. Norrish (Revel III.); 2d, C. Bishop (Amber n,); 
8d, T, B. Ewens (Dapper). Very high com. and re- 
served, Prince A. Solms (Flounce of Braunfeis). 
Very high com., F. ward (Kent Baby) and J. L» 
Bulled (Devon Fan;. High com., W. S. Arkcoll 
(Bloas). Com.. R. J. L. Price (Belle Faust).— Under 
55lbs.— Dogs: 1st, Prince A. Solms (Naso of Kipping); 
2d, R. P. Leach (Bracket); 8d, B. Field (Dick III.). 
Very high com. and reserved, T. Garland (Russell). 
Very high com., Lieut-Col. H. C. Legh (Devon 
Wagg). High com., Lieut.-Col. H. Piatt (Lord of the 
Isle**) and J. L. Bulled (Devon Sam). Com., B. Lewis 
(Von Tromp).— Under 50lbs —Bitches: 1st and cup, 
C. Drury (Aldin Rose); 2d, R. J. L. Price (Codiad 
yr Hedydd); 8d, Lieut. Col. H. C. Legh (Devon 
Doll). Very high com. and reserved, T. Garland 
(Countess of Glasgow). Very high com., H. P. and 
P. J. Charles (Eros). W. G. H. Harter (Countess of 
Cranfleld), and B. Field (Pardon). High com.. Prince 
A. Solms (Maggie). J. L. Bulled (Gem of Devon), and 
R. J. L. Price (Bellona). Com., H. Hope (Lady 
Prioress), and F. C. Lowe (Lorna Doone of Kipping). 
A splendid class. Puppies: 1st, J. F. H. Harter 
(Bell of Cranfleld); 2d, E. C. Norrish (Paragon). Very 
high com. and reserved, C. Drury (Aldin Bell) Very 
high com., H. Burra (Young Tory), and R. L. Leech 
(Seers Bang). High com., W. 8. Arkcoll (Dizzy), 
Rev. W. J. Richardson (Milton Rector), B. Field (Seal), 
and C. Macdona (Nick). Com., Sir T. B. Lennard 
(Netta). 

ENGLISH SETTERS.— Champion— Dogs: Prize, J. 
H. Piatt (champion Sting). Bitches: Prize. J. H. 
Piatt (Plirasy).— Open— Dogs: 1st and «d, T. Garland 
(Young Rock III. and Osman VI.); 8d, J. B. Cocker- 
ton (Birket Foster). Very high oom. and reserve, J. 
Armstrong (Diamond IV.). Very high com., E. Cas- 
tle (Prince Fred) and W. Parrott (Blue Albert). High 
com., R. E. Shirley (Birdflnder) and J. Hogarth (Sir 
Kent). Com., H. Burra (John Peel), S. E. Shirley 
(Sportive), Prince A. Solms (Tarn of Braunfeis), E. 
Armstrong (King Ned), G. Cartmel (Sir Tatton), and 
J. H. Pratt (Sting II.). Bitches: 1st, Lieut. Col. H. 
Piatt (Wild Rose); 2d, J. H. Piatt (Meg Merrilies); 8d* 
E. Bishop (Lady Clyte). Very high com. and reserve,. 
Lieut.-Col. H. Pratt (Bell of Ravensbarrow). Very 
high com., W. Foster (Ripple Daisy). High com., J. 
R. Robinson (Empress Bess). Com., J. Alexander 
(Fernie).— Puppies— Dogs; 1st and 2d, G. Potter 
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and reserve, H. Burrs (Young Jock). Very high 
com., W. Parrot (Blue Albert) and C. B. Vaugnan 
(Ellerslld Punch). High com., 8. E. Shirley (Bird- 
finder). Com.. J. H. Jeffreys (Don Quixote) and G. 
Ryali (Young Tarn o' Shanter). Bitches: 1st, G. H. 
Bonner (Noma n.); 2d, W. Parrott (Blue Alice). 

BLACK AND TAN SETTERS.— Dqos: 1st. E. L. 
Parsons (Beaumont); 2d, J. U. Winkfield (Prince of 
Orange); 8d, W. Long (Norwich Banquo). Reserve, 

F. A ~ m Atiwing (Buffer). Bitches: 1st, E. L. Parsons 
(Floss IV.); 3d, 8d and reserve, F. A. Manning 
(Juno V., Alice and Vixen). Puppies: 1st, J. Osborn 
<Eastdean Juno); 2d, J. U. Winkfield (Prince of 
Orange). High com. and reserve, J. Osborn (East- 
dean Bell). 

IRISH SETTERS.— Champions— Dogs: Prize, Rev. 
It. O'Callaghan (champion Ganymede). Bitches: 
Prize, Rev. R. O'Callaghan (champion Geraldinej.— 
Ovks— Dogs; 1st, H. M. Wilson (Mate); ««1, E. S. 
Snow (Samuel): 3d, B R. Wood (Roy). Higb com. 
and reserve, Rev. R. O'Callaghan (Kildare). Bitches: 
1st and 2d. Rev. R. O'Callaghan (Winnie and Tara 
EL); 8d and high com. and reserve. W. W. Deepard 
(Ruby VH. and Nellie HI.). Puppies: 1st, Rev. R. 
O'Callaghan (Tara II.); 2d and very high com. and 
reserve, A. Taylor (Netherbury 8hot and Netherbury 
Kitty. Very high com , Rev. R. O'Callaghan (Kildare), 
A. Taylor (3) (Netherbury Jilt and Netherbury 
Patrick), H. M. Wilson (Mate), and C. J. Wade (Count 
Munster). High com., S. H. Jackson (Grouse XII.) 
and C. J. Wade (Glen). Com., 8. H. Jackson (Aileen 
IV.). 

RETRIEVERS.— Wavy— Champions— Dogs: Prize, 
S. E. Shirley (Moonstone). Bitches: Prize, S. E. 
Shirley (Zee). Reserve, H. Cox and E. Jaquet (cham- 
pion Sloe).— Open— Dogs: 1st, S. E. Snirley (Go'.d- 
stone); 2d, Lieut -Col. H. C. Legh (Harvelll.t; 3d, 8. 
E. Shirley (Tracer). Very high com. and reserve. H. 
Cox and E. Jaquet (Blackthorn). Very higb com., 
Lieut.-Col. U. C. Legh (Dip II.). High com.. Lieut.- 
Col. H. C. Legh (Bob II.) and R. J. L. Price (FrMay). 
Bitches: 1st, 8. E. Shirley (Tacit)- 3d, R. J. L. Pr ce 
(Rhrwlas Jet); 8d, H. Cox and H. Jaquet (Black 
Satin). Very high- com. and reserved, Lieut. Col. H. 
Piatt (Pride). Very high com., H Cox and E. Jaquet 
(Blackbird). Puppies: 1st and 2d, S E. Shirley (Tract- 
Able and Thoughtful)-; 3d, Lieut. -Col. H. C. Legh 
<Marvel II.). Very high com. and reserved, H. Cox 
and E. Jaquet (Blackthorn). Very high com., Lieut.- 
Col. H. C. Legh (Dip II). High com , F. Burgess 
(Alonza) and Lieut.-Col. H. Piatt (Chloe).— Curly- 
Champion— Prize. Duke of Hamilton and Brandon 
(champion Baron). Reseived, G. Culley (champion 
Jet II.).— Oprn— Dogs: 1st, H. Pkipworth (Smikes);2d, 
J. H. Salter (Major Domo); 3d, Duke of Hamilton 
. and Brandon (Baronet). Very higb com. and re- 
served, R. H. Peck (Daniel). High com., Duke of 
Hamilton and Brandon (The Chief) and Rev. W. J. 
Mellor (Carlisle). Com.. G. Culley (Crown Prince). 
Bitches: 1st. H. Skip worth (Ivy); 2d. S. Matthew 
<Lola); 3d, S. Darbey (Pearl of Devon) Very high 
com. and reserved, M. Macdonald (Fan II.). Very 
high com.. S.'Darbey (Baroness of Devon). High 
com., R. Peck (Curly). Puppies: 1st, H. Skipworth 
(Ivy) ; 2d, S. Darbey (Baroness of Devon). Very high 
com. and rt served, L. Danlell (Banco). 

SHEEPDOGS.— Rough— Champions— Dogs: Prize, 
A. H. Megson (champion Rutland). Bitches: Prize, 
Rev. H. F. HamiltonjPeggiell.).— Opbn— Dogs: 1st, 

G. Raper (Rutland Hero); 2d, W. R Doctcrell (Sala- 
mis); 3d, S. Boddington (Rockingham); 4th, W. 

• R. Dockrell (Surbiton); Gth. Rev. H. F. Hamilton 
(Florian). Reserved, Mrs. Stephen (Northern Light). 
Very higb com., J. Bissel (Charlemont), H. 3. Phipps 
<Ercildoune), Miss J. C. Webb (King o' the Glen), 
and T. F. Whitfield (Sir Reuben). High com., M. C. 
Asbwin (Lynn), G. Babiogton (Brixton Scott) 8. H. 
Goldsmidt (Glen VI.), E. Hopewell (Irish), J. Pirie 
(Paramount) and R. Tyler (Somerford Peter). Com., 

.Rev. H. F. Hamilton (Nero in.), M. C. Ash win 
(Ibrox), J. Bibby (Qockaigne), W. D. B. Curry 

SVatty), A. W. Darnley (Bounce), G. C. Edwardes- 
er (Angus-Craig), F. Gaskell (Strath-Tay), J. Os- 
born (Romulus), W. Short (Broderick), K.J. Williams 
(Heather King), and W. R. Dockrell (Charlatan). 



Bitches: 1st, S. Boddington (Dehlia); 2d, J. Pirie 
(Matchless); 8d, H. O. While) Wing); 4th, J. Pirie 
(Peerless); 5th, Rev. H. F. Hamilton (Gertrude H.). 
Reserved, F. Hurst (Noisy Girl). Very high com., 
M. C. Ashwin (Ida). A. L. Chance (Loch Katrine), 

E. Collings (Lady Eva), Rev. H. F. Hamilton (2) Amy 
and Margery II ), Rev. C. Kent (Bonnie Doon) and H. 
B. Phipps (Superoa). High com., Ashwin and 
Charles {Elgin), A. H. Easten (Frill). Dr. W. A. G. 
James (Marigold). H. Mann (Cora Bell). J. Osmond 
(Clifton Sheila), J. Smith (Dewdrop), F. W. Walker 
(Kattie H.) and J. Pirie (Paragon). Com., W. J. 
Buckley (Morwyn H ), F. C. T. Daniel (IdaH.), H. 
Oox and E. Jaquet (Maggie Eclipse). J. D. McGarel- 
Hogg (Plaidie), H. B. Phipps (Dorothy Vernon) and 
H. 0. Tanfleld (Heatherbelle).— Smooth— Champion; 
Prize, A. H. Easten (champion Lady).— Opzn— 1st, D. 
W. A. G. James (Gazelle); 2d, withheld; 8d, T. Marp- 
les (Mountaineer). High com., D. P. Thomas (Welsh 
Rose).— Puppies— Dogs: 1st. G. Raper (Rutland 
Hero); 2d. W. R. Dockrell (Salamis); 8d, S. Bod- 
dington (Rockingham). Very high com., M. U. Ash. 
win (Lynn), F. Barlow (Lancashire Hero), J. Bissell 
(Charlemont). D. C.Cunningham (Lammermoor). W. 
R. Dockrell (Surbiton), Rev. H. F. Hamilton (Florian). 
W. Jackson (Cerberus), Rev. C. Kent (St. Andrew).' 
J. Pirie (Paramount), J. J. Stewart (2) (Noble and 
Noble Chieftain) and Mrs. Stephen (Northern Light). 
High com., T. F. Whitfield (Sir Reuben), J. H. Mc- 
Quistan (Oakham). H. B. Phipps (Ercildoune), D. 
Robertson (Roberto), J. J. Stewart (Cotswold), R. 
Tyler (Somerford Peter), and E. Woo t ten (Escott). 
Com., M. C. Ashwin (Ibrox), Rev. B. F. Hamilton 
(Nero HI ), T. B. Swinburne (Skerne Watch) aud J. 
Scholes (Darwen Bruce). Bitches: 1st. 8. Boddington 
(Dahlia); id, J. PMe (Matchless); 81, H. C. While 
(Wing). Very high com., E Colli"g3 (Lady Eva) A. 
L. Chance (Loch Katrine), J. G. R Homf ray (Light 
Sabelle) and J. Pirie (Peerless). High com.. Ashwin 
and Charles (Elgin), W. J. Buckley (2) Groten and 
Morwyn n.), J. Pirie (Paragon) and J. Smith (Dew- 
drop). Com,, H. Mann (Thyrza) —Sixth Collie 
Club Derby: 1st, S. Boddington (Dahlia); 2d, J. Pirie 
(Matchless); 3d, Rev. H. F. Hamilton (Florian). 

BOBTAIL 8HEEPDOGS.-lst, D. P. Thomas (Welsh 
Hero, ; 2d, J. and W. H Charles (Jasper). Very high 
com., G. C. Edwardes-Ker (Sir Lucifer). 

BASSET HOUNDS.— Prize, F. W. Blain (Bourbon). 
Reserved, G. R. Krehl (Pallas H.).— Open— Dogs: 
1st, L. Lane (Colonel); 2d, F. W. Blain (Bayard); 8d, 
D. Nicoll (Jack). Very high com.. G. R Krehl (St. 
Martin). High com., H. Jones (Judge) and F. W. 
Blain (Bertrand). Com., C. Collet t (Bourbon TI.). 
Bitches: 1st, 2d and 8d, L. Lane (Perpolette, Gibe- 
lotte and Roy ale). Very high com. and reserved, L. 
Pelly (Mioche). Very high com., W. B. Shepard (Col- 
linette) and G. R, Krehl (2) (Gavotte and Theo). High 
com., H. N. Watson (Comtesse), F. W. Blain (Bre- 
tonne) and G. R. Krehl (Vivien). Com., H. Jones 
(Jocometa) and G. R. Krehl (Artemis). A splendid 
class. -Puppies— Dogs: 1st, H. Jones (Judge); 2d, 
ft. Parry (Duke). High com., F. W. Blain (Bertrand). 
Bitches: 1st and cup, G. R. Krehl (Pallas IH.); 2d 
L. Jane (Merveille). very high com. and reserved, 

F. W. Blain (Bre tonne). High com., H. Jones (Ja- 
conieta). 

DALMATIANS. -1st, J. Fawdry (Treasure); 2d, C. 
Sharp (Jim). 

CHINESE CHOW CHOWS. -Dogs: 1st and 2d. Col. 
P. C Story (Fingo and Tobit). Bitches: Equal 1st 
and 2d. Countess of Lonsdale (Poppet) and Lady M. 
O. Gore (Papoose). 

POMERANIANS.-lst, J. Fawdry (Charlie); 2d, J. 
K. Kaye (Scoff) ; 3d E. Speyer ( Moor II. ). Very high 
com., C. Walker (Black Jot). 

POODLE8.— Champion -Prize, p. Lawrence (Ly- 
ris).— Open— 1st, W. Donkin (Flute); 2d, Mrs. C. J. 
Paget (Brigand); 8d, M. Boycott (Punch H.). Very 
high com.. Lady Bra*sey (Black Princess). High 
com., Mrs. F Adams (Foscoe) and E.Speyer (Burgess). 
Com., Mrs. F. R. Astley (Poona). • 

BULLDOGS.— Champions— Doos ovbb OQlbs. and 
Bitches Ovbb SQlbs: Prize, J. H. Ellis (champion 



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Taurus).— Under Mlbs.— Dog*: Prise, Mrs. M. E. V. 
D. Sprague (champion Grabber).— Under 50lbs. 
Bitches: Prize, A. Benjamin (Britomartte). - Open- 
Dogs Oyer OOlbs. and Bitches Over SOlbs : 1st, A. 
T. Foreman (Big Ben); 2d, A. Benjaman (Tiger IV. >. — 
Very high com. and reserved, (i. B. Kelly (Blaster 
III.). Very high com., A. M. Hodgson (Paul Clifford). 
High com., R.T. Swinscow (Grip Fas t).— Over 45lbs. 
and not exceeding OOlbs.— D004; 1st, G. Raper (Rus- 
tic King) ; 8d, J. S. Pybus-Seilon (Royal George); 8d, 
G. Barbfleld (Spartan). Very high com., W. Adams 
(Toreador). Com., J. H. Gardiner (Brooklyn Return). 
— Oybr86lbs. and not exceeding 60lbs.— Bitches: 1st, 
F. Kershaw (Lady Stuart); 2d, W. H. Sprague (Sprod- 
dles); 8d, W. V. Underdownand S. Nichols (Titania). 
Very high com. and reserved and very high com., 
Dr. W. R. Lyddon (Ariel and Miranda). High com., 
H. Peabody (Bellona) and A. Pemberton (Cinderella). 
—Not Exceeding 45lbs.— Dogs: 1st, J. S. P. Sellon 
(King Cole, Junior); 2d, H. Layton (Melton); 8d, J. 
Bowan (Ossian). Very high com., A. K. Smith (Bac- 
chus IIA W. H. Sprague (Don Pedro) and P. B. Ber 
esford-Hope (Grandee). Com., G. Haines (Bruce HI.). 
—Not Exceeding 35lbs.— Bitches: 1st, G. Raper 
(Ridotto); 2d, Mrs. I. Roberts (Maggie May); A. F. 
Nash (Dolores). Very high com. and reserved. F. 
Stevens (Belladonna). Very high com., R. J. L. 
Price (Empress V.). High com., A. S Peel (Blanch- 
ette), P. Lloyd (Juno II.), J. L. Ash burn e (Hainan), 
W. Donkin (Nell Gwynne II.), R. Fulton (8hy Girl) 
and S. T. Dadd (Judy III.). Com., P. B. Beresford- 
Hope (Flo H ) and R. J. L. Price (Princess of Pen 
llyn). Puppies: 1st, W. H. Sprague (Sproddlee) equal 
2d, A. N. Batt (Ace of Diamonds) and H. F. Hallows 
(Prince II.). Very high com., C. Oliver (Jack Horner). 
Mrs. I. Roberts (Lochnagar), A. M. Hodgson (Herod) 
and J. Bowman (Mawtber). High com., A. Weir 
(Kriemhilt), P. B. Beresford-Hope (Princess Jane), A. 
Bet.jamin (Beaumaris) and F. W. Crowther (Enfield 
Baby). 

IRISH WATER SPANIELS.— Dogs: 1st, C. J. Doyle 
(Young Larry Doolan); 2d, W. W. Thompson (Bar- 
ney O Toole). Bitches: 1st and 2d, G. S. Hockey (Col 
leen Bawn and Toung Hilda). 

CLUMBER SPANIELS.— Champion— Prise, J. Al- 
len (Ross II.).— Open— Dogs: 1st, H. P. and P. J. 
Charles (Ramble); 2d, J. F. Hincks (Duke O); 8d, 
Haylock and Barnard (Chelmsford Count). Very 
high com. and reserved, F. Pearman (Buccleuch). 
Com., J. A. Parlett (Trust) and J. P. Hincks (Barney). 
Bitches: 1st, J. Allen (Doll); 2d, J. T. Hincks (Lotus). 

SUSSEX AND LIVER-COLORED SPANIELS. - 
Dogs: l6t, Holley Brothers (Horatio); 2d, J. P. 
Tucker (Noble); 3d, Capt. S. M. Thomas (Guy). Very 
high com. and reserved, T. Newington (Quince). High 
com. and com., T. Weguelin (Ruler and Rattler). 
Bitches: 1st. J. Partridge (Brida II .); 2d, J. H. Salter 
(Tinkle). Very high com. and reserved, C. Newing- 
ton (Countess of Rosehill). Very high com., Holley 
Brothers (Aureola). High com. and com., T. Wegue- 
lin (Rowdy and Racy). 

OTHER FIELD SPANIELS.— Champion: Prise, J. 
Royle (Solus*. Reserved, A. H. Easten (Easten's 
Bngy).— Open.— Blacx— Dogs: 1st, P. P. Phelps (Chev- 
alier); 2d. E.T. tmith (Negro II.); 8d, J. K. Kaye 
(President). Bitches: 1st, P. P. Phelps (Coy); 2d, J. 
Royle (Carol) 8d, P. J. B. Payne (Selly Oak Bell). 
High com., G. R. Durrant (Tit).— Any other Color 
than Liver or Black.— Dogs.* 1st, C. W. Stevens 
(Sir Garnet); 2d, H. B. Spurgin (Counsellor). High 
com. and reserved, C. Newington (Lord Rosehill . 
Bitches: 1st, A. H. Easten (Easten's Bride); 2d, J. 
Royle (Zuess). 

COCKERS.— Dogs: 1st, J. F. Farrow (Oho); 2d, W. 
Graham iKeno). Com. and reserved, G. W. Carter 
(Jingo). Bitches: 1st, F. Roberts (Rinka); 2d, H. B. 
Spurgin (Freda). Very high com. and reserved. 
ileut-Col. H. C. Legh (Busy in.). Com., A. E. Pank 
(Attraction). 

SMOOTH FOX TERRIERS.— Champion— Dogs: 1st 
and two cups, A. H Clark (Result): 2d, L. Turner 
(Spice); 8djlev. C T. Fisher ;(The Belgravian). Re- 
served, A. H. Clarke 'Regent). Bitches: 1st, Rev. C. 
T. Fisher (Bedlamite); 2d, T. Turner (Richmond Net- I 



tie); 8d, A. B. 8. Fraser (Joyful). Reserved, J. T. 
Opensbaw (Richmond Patchwork). — Open— Boost 
1st, A. H. Clarke (Reckoner); 2d, F. Bagnley (Day- 
lesrord Billy); 8d. 4th, and very high com. and re- 
serve, A. H. Clarke (Renown, Forest and Ruff); 6th* 
J. Foreman '.Belgrwe Rasper). High com., G. Raper 
(Raby Cornet); P. Blasters (8plint II.), and J. J. 8cott 
(Fullwood 8park). Com., J. F. Davies (Turkey); G. 
D. Peck (Ely Pluto), and J. J. Pirn (Page, late Tim- 
buck). Bitches: 1st and two cups, Rev. C. T. Fisher 
(Rosebloom); 2d, J. S. Pirn (Poppy IL): 8d, F. Red- 
mond (Duskey); 4th, Rev. C.T. Fisher (Cynisca); 6th, 
C. E. Lonjrmore (Safety). Very high com., and re- 
serve, G. Raper (Richmond Myrtle). Very high com., 
H. Bright (West bourne Trells); 8. Castle. Jr. (The- 
bais); F. Cotton (Buckland Clove); J. J. Pirn (Pries- 
tess) ; J. Foreman (Stanhope SemlabjLand T. Marples 
(Sheffield Milliner). High com., W. E. Barlow 
(Nadine). Puppies— Dogs: 1st, C. A. Pope (Dulci- 
mer): *i, G. Hopkins (Regent Viper); 8d, F. Red- 
mond (Dandy Jack). Very high com. and reserve, 
J. J. Pim (Pitcher). Very high com., J. J. Scott, 
Fullwood Spark) and G. Raper (Raby Cornet). High 
com., G. P. Kinahan (Bagshot Beau); J. Smith 
(Bendy); W. L. Orpwood (Oxford Patch), and L. 
Turner (Richmond Dampboolj. Com., 8. F. Davies 
(Turkey); F. Reeks (Sir Peter); 8. J. Shepherd (Lin- 
coln Sam); J. Smith (Tom Spring): B. G. Wilkinson, 
Jr. (Spot XI.); H. Head (Grove Viper): G. D. Peck 
(Ely Pluto), and 4. H. Clarke (Brummell). Bitches r 
let, C. E. Longmore (Safety); 2d, H. Bright (West- 



bourne Trellis); 8d, J. J. Pim (Poem), very high 
com. and reserve, L. Turner (Richmond Fedora). 
Very high com., T. Marples (Sheffield Milliner) F. 
Cotton (Buckland Clove), and A. H. Clarke (Rim). 
High com., T. Reeks (Mellissa); A. M. Lafone (Belle 
VI 3 ; G. Hopkins (Regent Vene); F. Cotton (Thetis), 
and A. H. Clarke (Bridle). Com., C. H. Jolliffe (Hog- 
naston Roulette); G. P. Kinahan (Bagshot Belle), £. 
Andrews (Piety), and A. H. Clarke (Brevity). 

WIRE FOX-TERRIERS.— Champions — Dogs: 1st 
and 2d. Earl of Lonsdale (champion Sam Welter and' 
champion Briggs). Reserved. H. Cox and E. W. Ja- 
quet (champion Timothy Foiler). Bitches: 1st and 
two cups, Earl of Lonsdale (champion Vora); 2d, H. 
Cox and E. W. Jaquet (champion Gladys Broom). — 
Open— Dogs: 1st and cup, W. Carrick, Jr. (Trick); 2d, 
G. H. Nutt (Pulborough Jumbo); 8d and 4th, W. Car- 
rick, Jr. (Carlisle Bruce and Third Venture). Very 
hi^ti com, find reserved, H. Cox and E. W. Jaquet 
(Ronald Broad* H ieh com., H. Cox and E.W. Jaquet 
(New Year's Puv>, Earl of Lonsdal* (Lord Randolph), 
L. Hogg: (Trophy), A. Maxwell and E. Cassel (Tees 
Drift), and W. s. Eaton (Badger Broom). Com., G. 
H. Ntrtt I Brtpht on Squabble, late Harmony II.). 
Bitches: 1 st , A ] Max w ell and E. Catsel (Tees Venus) ;. 
2d t V. W. Fella wb (Burton Sweet Briar); 8d, H. Cox 
and Bi W. Jaquet (Lady Connie la Muguet). Very 
high com. and reserved, H. Maule (wydale Nettle). 
Very high com., R. F. Mayhew (Black Pearl), W. 
Carrick, Jr. (Carlisle Judy), and H. Cox and E. W. 
Jaquet (Settling Day, late May Day). High com., R. 
M. Young (Rhodera), E. W. Jenkios (Brighton Relic), 
Earl of Lonsdale (Black Watch), and H. Cox and EL 
W. Jaquet (Sissy la Mmruet). Com., R. F. Mayhew 
(Lil).— Puppies— Dogs: 1st, F. A. Fellowes (Burton 
Jack); 2d, W. Carrick, Jr. (Third Venrure); 3d, H. 
Cox and E. W. Jaquet (Ronald Broad), very high 
com. and reserved. W. Carrick, Jr. iScotby Jim). 
Very high com., A. Maxwell and E. Cassel (Tees 
Drift) and F. A. Fellows (Burton Bitter). High com., 
J. W. Corner and W. Marfltt (Eskdale Topper). Oom.„ 
W. Roberts (Welsh Prince) and A. W. A. Taylor 
(Turquoise). Bitches: 1st, F. W. Fellowes (Burton 
Sweet Briar); 2d, H. Cox and E. W. Jaquet (Lady 
Connie la Muguet); *d, R. M. Toung (Khonora). Very 
high com. and reserved, H. Cox and E. Jaquet (Set- 
tling Day. late May Day). High com., H. Maule (Ry- 
dale Nettle). Com., A. w. Tomllnsoa (Rydale Belle). 

DACHSHtJNDE.— Champion— Dogs: Prise, H. A^ 
Walker (champion Maximus). Reserved, Mrs. P. M, 
Hoare (champion Superbus). Bitches: Prise. H. A. 
Walker (champion Hagar). Reserved, Mrs. P. M. 
Hoare (Zither).— Open— Z)oo*; 1st, W. J. Ingram 
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high com. and reserved, Mrs. P. M. Hoare lOrsch 
and Drachen). Very high com., L. Danie". fly- 
man). Higb com., H. Jones (2) (Joubertand Jo^f); 
Com!, C. £ Bucknall (Nicodemue), and W.J. Ingram 
(Dessauer). Bitches: 1st and two cups, J. C. L. K. 
Br^(Lady) ; 2d, Rev. F. A. Elliot (Waggle); 1 8d, W. 
E. Haslewooa (Swipes). Very high con^ and re- 
served. Mrs. P. M. lloare (Edelweiss). Very high 
SomTil Wotten (Nancy). kigh com , W A. Ben- 
son (Ruseett), E.W. Hazelwood (Zlerlich), and - 
Ingram (Isis). Com., F. A. Edwards < (Ipdin), H. 
JklesTjoan of Arc), and R. J. L. Price > (WaldineVlJ. 

M. Hoare (Held), and H. Jones (Jocsa). Ctom E. W. 
Haslewooa (Zobel), and J. S. Pearson (2) (Smolenske 
a^lT^rnackr hitches: 1st. a. R. Asjkwith (Steh- 
S); 2d?ILJones (Joan of Arc); 8d, W. E Hasle- 
woci (Prachtig). Very high com. aiidreseryed^rs. 
P°Sl fiolre ^elweiss). >ery high com., M. Wept- 
ten (Nancy). High com., F. A. Edwards (2) (Alelta 
Sd Madame Deety), W. J. Ingram (Isis), W. E litt 
(Uebliche), and M. Wootten (Ruth). Com , F. A. 
Edwards (Madame Schethg), N. Garnett (Haidee), 
and G. Roberts (Ohvette).-Timu> Open Produck 
§taxks: 1st. H. Jones (Joan of Arc); 2d, Mrs. P.M. 
HoareJEdelwei*); «d, W. J. Ingram (Spbtox): 4th, 
H. A.Walder(Carlyle). Reserved, Mrs. P. M. Hoare 
(Kirsch). 

BULL-TRRRIERS.— CHAMPiONS-Prize, A. George 
(champion Mistress of the Robes). Reserved, W. E. 
Charnley (Baron).-OPKN-ExcEBDiNO 25ias.-^pg«.- 
lstfA^&orge (SilverKing); 2d, T. Allen (Chancellor); 
Jd, T. Kelne (Dutchman). Very high com.. A. 
George (Ruf us). High com., S. Fielding (TrentUm 
DutcE),T.Boulton (Wdford Prince), and J. Bat- 
tel (Neville). Com., A. Harrison (Crown Prince). 
BUcKes: 1st, T. Wright (Kettering Maggie); 2d, J. R. 
Pratt (Queen of the May); 8d 1. ^^(May).- 
Not Exceeding 26ms.— 1st, E. G. Martin (Grand 
Duchess^; 2d, F. ADen (Little Victor); 8d, A. George 
(Florence). High com., P. A. Becki Johnny). 

a trfx>atjc TERRIER8.-Doa».* 1st, A. Walker 
Oloverin.); «d, W. Tatham (Frits): 8d, T. Horsiall 
(WtomerX Bitches: 1st, A. Wer (Venus ID.); 2d, 
W Tatbam (Russet); 8d, W. Glaisby (Airedale Lass). 
High com., G. F. Smurthwaite (Minx). 

BEDLINGTON TERRIER8.— CHAMPioN-Jst,J. A. 
Batty (The Bishop).— Open -Dogs: 1st. W. Morris 
(Inkerman); 2d, A. N. Dodds (HaiKlreiser); 8d, J. 
Sherwood, Jr. (Jackanapes). Very high com., K 
Wilson (Nelson). High com., D. Ross (Statesman). 
Q W. Buckfleld (Mischievous), and J. A. Batty (Lord 
Stowell). Bitches: 1st, J. A. Batty (The Heiress) ; 2d, 
Armstrong (Topsey in.) ; 8d, A. Holcrof t (Domino). 
High com.. JjA-^tty (Lily). Puppies: 1st, J. 8. 
Stanley (Ananias); 2d. J. Sherwood (Jackanapes) ; 
8d, J. Robinson (Yorlrehire Lass). High com., Mrs. 
A. Hastie (Hotspur). 

1BISH TETCPJERS.— Champion*- Dogs: 1st, H. A. 
G rave s (cham p ion Play Bf jy ) , B itches ; 1st, H. A. 
Graves (Glorjh— Opatf— Dogs: 1st and cup, J. N. . K. 
Flm iFteltr): ^d, E> C Hor*pool(JakeH 2d t E. N.Kent 
rtlufuB} Very high com., 13. H. Backhouse i duster), 
ftieb com,, W. A. Smyth (SaundtrsL Bitches: 1st 
and extra, W, Fowle <vW&>; 2d. J. N. R. Pim (Priest- 
es- late Irish Sal); 3d + W. A. Smyth ^Saily). Very 
high com., F,W, 31illlgan tMoina) High com., H. 
A Graves t Pre tty Lofis) . C otn . , W, N ottcbohm (811- 
Tie) and A, E. Park (NeU).-UwcHofr**D-lsi: , E. Ryan 
iKilliney Boser):^, E. Palmer (Tbadv IL); 3d,E.N. 
Kent(K\ifu K ). Verv high com., H. Vf. Turner (Peg- 
top). Higb com. , W. A . Smyth (Saunders). 

SMOOTH-HAIRED TERRIERS.-lst andjd, C. F. 
Copeman (Lucky Star and Leading Star). Very high 
com\ Mrs. M. A. Troughear (North Star). 

BLACK AND TAN TERRIERS. -Champioh— Prise, 
J Royle (Burke) — Opbn— Exobkdcto 16lbs.— Dogs: 
1st, J: Kwle (Ben H .); 2d, Capt. S. M. Thomas (Welsh 
Rat), very high com. and reserved, G. Lodge 



(Debonnaire) and H. Ouy (St. OatienV. Veiy high 
com.. W. O. Codman (The Masher), H. Bull .Peter the- 
Great), Hardy & Smith (Sir Evelyn) and F. Church 
(Bruce n.). High com., F. Wheatley (Lewisham 
Tinker). Bitches: 1st, G. S. Manuelle fViscountess);; 
2d, J. B. Swinburne (8uocefes). Very high com., F. 
Steade (Kenwood Queen) and J. Tucker (Duchess of 
Edinburgh).— Not Exceeding 16LBS.-lst. C. White- 
house (Witch); 2d, T. B. Swinburne (Skittles). Very 
high ccm. and reserved, S. Cameron (Queen Elisa- 
beth). Very high com., Capt. S. M. Thomas (Wild 
Mint). High com.. Holmes & Robertahaw (Lady Gar- 



SKTE TERRIER8.— Champion— Prise, J. K. Kaye 
(champion Claret).— Open— Dbop-kabbd— Dogs; 1st 
and2dTG. Early (Wisard of the North and Donald 
McBain); 8d, Miss E. B. Burton (Edie Ochiltree).. 
Very high com., Capt. Mackie (8trathmore) and W. 
Easten OVarlock U.). High com., J. Henderson (Pi- 
broch). Bitches: 1st and 2d, M. Gretton (Kirk Ella 
and Lady Burleigh). High com., H. C. Martin (Lady 
Jemima).— Fbick-bambd— Dogs: Ht, J. King (Prince 
Charlie); 2d, H. C. Furner (<*>odwood J*ruce). 
Bitches: 1st, T. B. Swinburne (Sherry); 2d, W. Nicol 
(Mysie). 

HARD-HAIRED SCOTCH TERRIERS.— Ut and 2d r 
W W. Mackie (Dunara and Dunolly Champion); 8d, 
B. M. Bristowe (Bronze). High com., E. M. Bristowe 
(Brick) and J. H. Adamson (Ashley Nettle). Pup- 
pies: 1st, J. Adamson (Ashley Nettle). 

DANPIE DINMONT TERRIERS. — Champion — 
Dogs: 1st, A. Mutter ( Jethart). Bitches: 1st, W. E.. 
Eastern (champion Border Queen). — Open— Dogs: 
1st and cup, Rev. E. 8. Tiddeman (Must); 2d. Earl 
of Antrim (Forceps); 8d, J. Sherwood, Jr. (Habbie 
Ker). Very high com., Rev. H. Jones (Lancaster 
Jock).— Hartley (Major), C. Macdona (Chucker Out), 
Earl of Antrim (Jock V.). W. A. F. B. Coupland (Bor- 
der Prince), R. Haming (Knight of Burgfifey), and T.. 
F. Slater (Tiger II.). High com., Earl of Antrim 
(Pebble), J. Finchett (Charlie U.\^ and W. W. Reid 
(Tip». Com., Mrs. 8. G. Davies (Professor Pepper). 
Bitches: 1st, Earl of Antrim (Venus); 2d, O. H_ 
Lane (Lady Macbeth); 3d, T. T. Parr (Bogey). Very 
hieh com., Capt. A. Brownlow, C.B. (Skittles II.). 
Hfeh com. and cup, J. Finchett (Ruby II.). High 
com., W. H. Dunn (Wanda), Rev. E. Tiddeman 
(Deuce), and W. Tait (Hannah). Pupnie*: 1st. Earl 
of Antrim (Jock V.); 2d, C. F. Irish (Sultan); 8d, H.. 
Barker (Tarn o'Shantor H.). Very high com., W.. 
Oarrick, Jr. (Pink), J. Valance (Border Hero), W.- 
Foster (Flora Maclvor), A. Steel (Mike), T. Parr 
(Kelpie n.), and H. L. Brownlow (Scrub). High com.,. 
Rev. 8. Majendie (Ettrick), W. H. Dunn (Wanda), 
and J. McNeil (Sandy H.). 

PUGS.— Champions.— Any 8m- Dogs: 1st, Mrs. M.. 
A. Foster (Bradford Ruby; 2d, Lady ftassey (Chal- 
lenger). Very high com., J. H, Howe (Lovat). 
Bitches: 1st, Miss ft. A. E. Holdsworth (Dowager); 
3d. J. H. Howe (champion luna II.).— Opmn— Not 
Hzcbkdino 20lbs.— Dogs: 1st, Miss K. J. M. Rennie- 
(Lion): 2d. Mrs. R. H. Denne (Beau); 8d, Mrs. H. 
Cox (Daniel). Very high com., medal and reserved r 
J. H. Lock (Second Challenger). Very high com. r 
Lady Brassy (Said), Miss Barlow (Nicodemus), F. L. 
Maule (Master Tragedy) and C. H. FoxweU (MerUn 



Haven). High com., J. Nunn (Attraction) and Mrs- 
Smith (Sambo V.). Com., Miss E. Lea (Zulu V.). 
Good class. Bitches: 1st and medal, J. Drew 

garey): 2d, Mrs. M. A. Foster (Maggie); 8d, J. EL 
►ok (little Dot). Very_ high com. and reserved^ C. 




II.) and Lady Brassey (2) (Pum Pum and Chief- 
ess). Com., R. Falton (SUver) and Lady Bras- 
sey (Felisina). • Puppies: 1st, Mrs. M, A, Foster 
(King of Diamonds); 2d. O. Houlker (Loris); 8d, J. 
Drew (Da-do-dX Very high com. and reserved, Mrs. 
Smith (Sylvian.), very high com., Miss E. Lea 



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4Kent<sh Belle), J. H. Howe (Mfcs Denton), E. Week- 
ley (Alex) and J. F. Paddon (Mollie Bawn). High 
com.. Lady Brasaey (4) (Pbosbns. Phaeton. Venus IL 
and Adonis ITI.) and W. Meredith (Miss Gladstone). 
Com. E. Weekley (Turk). H. 0. Joplin (NItouche) and 
T. Proctor (Katinka). A very good class. 

YORKSHIRE TERRIERS.— Equal 1st and 2d. Mrs. 
M. A. Foster (Effle) and Mrs. M. A. Troughear (cham- 
pion Conqueror). Com.. Mrs. M. A. Troughear (Bell e 
of Bury). 

MALTESE.— 1st and equal 2d and 8d, Lady Glffard 
(champion Hugh, Queenle n. and Blanche). Three 
beautiful specimens. 

BLENHEIM SPANIELS.— Champion: Prise and 
reserved, Mrs. L. Jenkins (champion Bowsie and 
champion Flossie II.).— Open: lst,Mrs. 8. 0. Bagnall 
(Polo); 2d, E. Keehner (Sir Garnet); 8d, Mrs. l.. E. 
Jenkins (Beaconsfield). Very high com., F. fi. Keeh- 
ner (Prince Leopold). 

KING CHARLES SPANIELS.— Champion: Prize, 
Mrs. J. A. Buggs (Alexander the Great).- Opmn; 1st, 
Mrs. Forder ( Jumbo II.); 2d, H. E. Jenkins (Romeo); 
. 8d, Miss J. Ecob (Gipsy II.). 

OTHER TOY SPANIELS.— 1st, Mrs. H. Arnold 
(Gipsy Queen); 2d, F. Keehner (Nanoleon III.). Extra 
prise £1. and very high com., Mrs. Beavan (Victor 
and Pretty Bessie). High com., F. Williams (Fun 
Yee). 

ITALIAN GREYHOUNDS.- 1st. M. A. Troughear 
(Little Gem); 2d, W. Bruce (Bankside Flower). 

TOY TERRIERS.— Champion— Exceeding Cms.: 
Prize, Mrs. M. A. Troughear ichampion Conqueror). 
Open— Smooth haired — 1st, Mrs. M. A. Foster 

rnc« A I.); 2d, J. E. Walsh (Prince Moreover); 8d, 
Fulton (Sampson).— Rouoh-haibed— 1st and 2d, 
Mrs. M. A. Foster (Lady Monck and Daisy); 8d, C. 
Walker (Dreadnought). Very high com., Mrs. M. A. 
Foster (Kitty II.). Com., C. Walker $) ^Gladstone 
and Dot). 



St. John Dog Show. 

THE annual dog show was held on Jan. 27 to 
80, with an entry list of 333. Below is 
given the official list of 

AWARD8. 

MASTIFFS.— Dogs: 1st, withheld; 2d, J. M. Kay 
(Lyon). 

ST. BERNARDS.— Dogs: 1st, F. W. Daniel (Grant). 
Bitches: 1st, W. E. Raymond (Nigger). 

NEWFOUNDLANDS.— Dogs: 1st, Thos. R.BurcheU 
(Goliatti); 2d, W. F. Pepper (Nero). Bitches: 1st, 
Thos. Cubman (Jess); 2d, Win. Agate (Pedro). Pup- 
pies— Dogs: 1st, John Lennihau (Captain) ; 2d, Wm. 
Holman i Jack). 

GREYHOUNDS— Dogs: 1st, A. M. K. Doull (Bran); 
2d, A. S. Benn (Guard). 

DEERHOUNDS. — Dogs: 1st, John E. Thayer 
•(L*ECe>; 2d, Dr. John Bergman (Vaughn). Bitches: 
1st, a. M. and T. W.Magee (Jess); 2d, John E. Thayer 
(Lorna II ). 

POINTERS. — Fuppies— Dogs: 1st, John Stewart 
(Rab). Bitches: 2d, Dr. Bruce (Julia). 

ENGLISH SETTERS.— Dogs: 1st, John Flemmisg 
, (Rex); 2d, Wm. B. Carville (Danbury News). Bitches: 
1st, Michael McGivern (Fan,: 2d, R. Blackall (Minnie). 
—Puppies— Poga: 1st, John Mitchell (Danbury News, 
. Jr.): 2d, S. Robertson (Mac). Bitches: 1st, H. W. 
Thompson (Floss). 

GORDON SETTERS — Dogs: 1st, John E. Thayer 

s (Argus); 2d, J. C. Allison (Tooy ). Bitches: 1st, Thomas 

R. Bushell (Fanny); 2d, K. M. Gibson (Nell). -Puppies 

—Dogs: John E. Thayer (Argus H.). Bitches: 1st, L. 

R. Thomp son (Flo ra). 

IRISH SETTERS.— Dogs: 1st, Jos. Hayes (Suil-a- 

Mor); 2d, R M. Gibson (Romeo). Bitches: 1st, Jos. 

Hayes (Dido); 2d, Tbos. J. Egan (Nellie).— Puppies— 

Dogs: Isr.E W. Outrara(Rosey); 2d, Jas.W. Manson 

'(Stop). Bitches: 1st, Robt. Blackall (Maudie). 



IRISH WATER 8PANIELS.-Z)o0«: 2d, A. H. Cam- 
pell (Ginger). Bitches: 2d, W. Blatcbford (Rose). 

CLUMBER SPANIELS.— Dogs: 1st, Robert McLeod 
(Maxie); 2d, Chas. Morrlsey (Spirit). Bitches: 1st, 
John McB. Morrison (Jet): 9d,H. G. McLean (Veare). 
— Puppies— Bitches: 1st, James Devlin (Dash). 

FIELD SPANIELS. -Dogs: 1st, Alex Wright 
(Spirit); 2d, W. F. Danahar (Jack).— Puppies -2>oo«: 
1st, J. H. Carvel] (Jack). 

FOX-TERRIERS.— Dogs: 1st. John E. Thayer (Baby 
Tyrant); 2d, W. H. Thome (Spot) Bitches. 2d, H. 
Rowan (Sally). -Puppies— Dogs: 1st, John E. Thayer 
(Grey). Bitches: 1st, John E. Thayer (Shame). 

COLLIES.— Dogs: 1st, J. W. Gilmore (Bonnie Lad- 
die); 2d. A. C. Fairweather (Shep). Bitches: 1st, W. 
O. Purdy (Rose); 2d, F. W. Kaye (Marjory).— Pup- 
pies- Dogs: 1st, A. 0. Fairweather (Robi i); 2d. E. 8. 
Kaye (Olinthus). Bitches: 1st, Joseph Hayes (Rosev); 
2d,Robert Blackall (Phyllis). 

DALMATIANS.— Dogs: 1st, R. H. Grimley (Nero); 
2d, C. King (Spot). 

BULLDOGS.— Doos: 1st, John E. Thayer (Tippoo). 
Bitches: 1st. John E. Thaytr (Bellissima). 

BULL-TERRIERS.— Dogs: 2d, Col. A. Blaine (Crib). 
Bitches: 1st, Col. A. Blaine (Nellie); 2d, W. A.Patti- 
son (Bones).— Puppies— Bitches: 1st, CoL A. Blaine 
(Nellie H.). 

IRISH TERRIERS.-Doffs: 1st, G. W. Campbell 
(Ginger). Bitches: 1st, John Collins (Mollie); 2d, J. 
Lennihan (Flora). 

SKYE TERRIERS.— Dogs: 1st, George Sanderson 
(Wattey); 2d, B. A. Weston (Twister). Bitches: 1st. 
S. Z. Dickson (Jessie).— Puppies— Dogs: 1st. A. Mor- 
rison (8andy); 2d, F. Collins (Snap). Bitches: 1st, 
George Sanderson (Little Diffit). 

PUGS.— Dogs: let, James Griffiths (Pug); 2d, W. O. 
Purdy (Sambo). Bitches: 1st, Douglass Troop (Judy) ; 
2d, Forest City Kennels (Dolly).— Puppies— Dogs: 1st, 
E. Le Roi Wilson (Jack). Bitches: 1st, Forest City- 
Kennels (Almale). 

BLACK AND TAN TERRIERS. -Dogs: 1st, Col. A. 
Blaine (Dan); 2d, W. Ingham (Dex). Bitches: C. B. 
Morrison (Daisy); 2d, J. A. Ewing ^Sylvia). 

YORKSHIRE TERRIERS.— Dogs: 1st, Chas. Bux- 
ton (Charlie); 2d. Chas. Buxton (Barry) Bitches: 
1st, John Alien (Biddy); 2d, John Allen ( ). 

TOY TERRIERS.- Bitches: 1st, A. Magee (Jule); 
2d, E. LeRoi Wilson (Tooth Ache).— Puppies Dogs: 
1st, C. A. McCulley (Strephon). 

SPECIAL PRIZES. 

Best mastiff, J. Murray Kay's Lyon. 
Best St. Bernard, F. W. Daniel's Grant. 
Best Newfoundland. J. Lennihan 'e Captain. 
Best greyhound, A. M. K. DoulTs Bran. 
Best deerhound, John E. Thayer's Lance. 
Best pointer, John Stewart's Rob. 
Best English setter, John Flemming's Rex. 
Best Gordon setter, John E. Thayer's Argus. 
Best Irish setter, J. S. Hager's Suil-a-Mor. 
Best Clumber spaniel, G. N. Brown's Spot. 
Best cocker spaniel, J. McB. Morrison's Jet. 
Best field spaniel, Alex Wright's Sport. 
Best fox-terrier, John E. Thayer's Raby Tyrant. 
Best collie, John W. Oilman's Bonnie Laddie. 
Best Dalmatian, R. H. Griuiley's Leo. 
Best bull, John E. Thayer's Bellissima 
Best bull-terrier, Col. A. Blaine's Nellie. 
Best Irish terrier, J. Colltas's Mollie. 
Best Skye terrier (prick-eared), Geo. Sanderson's 
Wattey. 
Best Skye terrier (drop-eared), S. Z. Dickson's 

Best pug, Jas. Grifflths's Pug. 
Best black and tan terrier. Col. A. Blaine's Dan. 
Best Yorkshire terri* r, J. Allen's Biddy. 
Best toy terrier, C. A. McCulley 's Strephon. 
Best sporting dog, John E. Thayer's Argus. 
Best dog or bitch, John EL Thayer's Bellissima. 
Best dog in largest class, Col: A. Blalne'r Nellie. 
Best litter puppies, P. McCash's pugs. 



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Copyright, 1885. Entered at the Post Office as Second Class Matter. 

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Fixtures. 

DOG shows. 

April 7, 8, 9, 10.— First Annual Show of the New 
England Kennel Club, Music Hall, Boston. J. A. 
Nickers 3n, Secretary, 159a Tremont street, Boston. 

April 21, 22, 23.— Annual Show of the St. Louis Gun 
Club. W. A. Albright, Secretary, St. Louis, Mo, 

April 28, 29, 80, and May 1 . -Ninth Annual Show of 
the Westminster* Kennel Club at Madison Square 
Garden. James Mortimer, Superintendent, 48 Broad 
street, New York. 

May 5, 6, 7, 8.— First Annual Show of the Cincin- 
nati Sportsman's Club. W. A. Coster, Superintend- 
ent, P. O. Box 48, Cincinnati, O. 

May 13, 14, 15.— Third Annual Show of the Toronto 
Dog Show Association. W. S. Jackson, Secretary, 
Toronto, Ont. 

May 19, 20, 21, 22.— Philadelphia Kennel Club Show, 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

June 2, 3, 4, 5.— First Annual Show of the Illinois 
Kennel Club, Chicago, 111. John H. Naylor, Secre- 
tary, 3,182 Archer avenue, Chicago, III. 
FIELD TRIALS. 

November.— Seventh Annual Field Trials of the 
Eastern Field Trials Club, High Point. N. C. W. A. 
Coster, Secretary, Jlatbush, L. I., N. Y. 

Dec. 7.— Seventh Annual Field Trials of the Na- 
tional Field Trials Club, Grand Junction, Tenu. B. 
M. Stephenson, Secretary, La Grange, Tenn. 



Grand Duke. 

THIS terrier is the property of Messrs. L. & 
W. Rutherfurd. He is by Hinks's Dutch 
out of Youn* Magnet, and is three years and 
four months old. Grand Duke has been a suc- 
cessful show dog, having won, it is said, seven 
firsts, three championships and six specials, to 
which may be added first and special at Boston 
a few days ago. His principal winnings are as 
follows: First and special, Colchester: first, 
Gloucester; first and special, Ostend; first, 
Lowell, 1883; first and special, Meriden; first 
and special New Haven, 1884; first, Washing- 
ton, 1884; first (champion class), New York, 
May, 1884; first (champion class) and special, 
New York (non-sporting), October, 1884; first 
(cnampion class) and special, Boston, April, 1885. 

Classification by Weight. 

Editor American Kennel Register: 

Pardon the suggestion, but would it not be of 
use to the spaniel fanciers if the A. K. R 
would insert the weight in the Register? The 
class reads at present "Field or Cocker Spani- 
els," good enough if the weight of the dog was 
also published, and why would not the same 
thing be of use in the pointer or setter column? 
For example, I wish to buy or breed to a reg- 
istered dog, and have nothing to go to but the 
A. K. R., and I find, for instance, Obo II. ex 
Critic as the sire and dam of a dog. So far so 
good, but what do I find when I buy the pup, a 
22-pounder like Helen, or a 38-pounder, like one 
I lately came across? Why would not the same 
rule work to advantage in the bull-terriers? 

You have the suggestion, is it new? is it in 
the interest of the A. K. R ? It costs you noth- 
ing, and to me seems of some value. S. R. H 

New Haven, March 29. 

[The one practical diflBculty in the way of in- 
sei*ting weights is that a large number of the 
A. K. R. entries are of puppies and unmatured 
dogs, and the insertion of their weights would 
only be misleading. Then again the very case of 
Obo— Critic illustrates another difficulty. Obo 
is shown as a cocker and Critic as a field spaniel 
because she is over 281bs. What shall we call 
the puppies? Time alone can determine which 
class they will eventually belong to. A similar 
difficulty has presented itself in the St. Bern- 
ards, through the interbreeding of the smooth 
and rough varieties, but we have decided to 
permit breeders to choose for themselves, as it 
is easier to say whether a puppy is rough or 
smooth than to determine such a thing as its 
ultimate weight.— Ep.] 



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Rules Governing Registration. 

No duplication of names already registered will be 
permitted. This can be avoided by the addition of a 
distinguishing number or other prefix or suffix. 

The names of well-known unregistered prizewin- 
ners will not be registered for other dogs or the same 
breed. 

No name will be registered of a nature to mislead, 
such as "Gladstone II.," or Gladstone, Jr.," for a 
setter not a descendant of that well-known dog. 

No pedigree will be extended beyond a dog already 
registered: in the American Kkkioel Register, ex- 
cept in the case of a correction or the supplying of 
new and hitherto unknown information. 

The right is reserved to exclude any portion of a 
pedigree which is of doubtful authenticity, and to 
decline the insertion of a pedigree supplied by any 
person who is known to have given or published false 
pedigrees or information respecting his dogs. 

Abbreviations. — "A.K.R." American Kennel 
Register. "J?.," English Kennel Club Stud Book. 
"A.," National American Kennel Club Stud Book. 



Pedigree Register. 



Entry fee {SO cents) must accompany each entry. 
Wxtreme care should be taken to write names plainly. 
Blanks furnished on receipt of addressed and 1 cent 
stamped envelope. 

BEAGLES. 

2201. Flute Im, black, white and tan dog, 
whelped Nov. 10, 1884. Breeder. Mr. O. H. Mossman, 
Burton. Vt. Owners, Messrs. E. E. & H. W. Lord, 
Gildersleeve, Conn. 

Sire-Flute M. (A.K.R. 1990). 

Dam— Pride (A.K.R. 1989). 

2202«Ringwood > , white, black and tan ticked 
dog, whelped T879. Breeder, Mr. J. B. Ken yon, 
Farnsborough, England. Owner, Mr. N. Elmore, 
Gran by. Conn. 

Sire— Lord de Freyne's Banter. 

Dam— Earl of Lewis's Beauty, by Riot out of Coun- 
tess. 

Record— First aad special, Meriden, 1888. 

COLLIES. 

2803. Beauty m*» black and tan* white 
markings, bitch, whelped June 17, 1879. Breeder, 
Mr. Wm. Lindsay, Elisabeth, N. J. Owner, Mr. Jere- 
miah McCain. Mount Hermon, N. J. 

Sire— Laddie, by Bob out of Meg. 
Dam— Flora, by Romp out of Queeny. 

2804. Bessie Startle, black and tan bitch, 
whelped December, 1888. Breeders and owners, 
Messrs. Cloud Bros., Kennett Square, Chester 
county, Pa. 

tfire-Garfleld (A.K.R. 1671). 
Dam— Lady Orient (A.K.B. 1746). 

2206. Bobbie, black and tan, with white tips, 
dog, whelped January, 1882. Breeder, Mr. Robert 
Wilson, Sheriffside, Haddingtou, Scotland. Owner, 
Mr. W. A. Burpee 1882 Arch street, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Sire— Napier, by Tyke. 

Dam— Fly. 

2206. Cloud's Beauty II., black and tan 
bitch, whelped August, 1884. Breeders and owners, 
Messrs. Cloud Bros., Kennett Square, Chester county, 
Pennsylvania. 

Sire— Garfield (A.K.R. 1671). 
Dam— Cloud's Beauty (A.K.B. 1667). 

2207. Cloud's Darling, black and tan bitch, 
whelped August, 1884. Breeders and owners, Messrs. 
Cloud Bros., Kennett Square, Chester county. Pa. 

Litter sister to Cloud's Beauty II. (A K.R. 2906). 



2208* Fluff; black, tan and white dog, whelped 
Nov. 28. 1884. Breeder and owner, Mr. W. A. Faxon, 
Dorchester. Mass. 

-Sire-Bruce of the Fylde (A.K.R. 1416>. 

Dam— Annie Laurie (A.K.R. 1218). 

2209. Hero of Kennett, black and tan dog, 
whelped August, 1881 Breeder, Mr. Wm. Lindsay, 
Elisabeth. N. J. Owner, Dr. T. A. Cloud, Kennett 
Square, Chester county, Pa. 

Sire— Ayrshire Laddie (AJLB. 146). 
Item—Lady Trusty, out of Lady Olive. 

2210. Lassie HI., black and white bitch, 
whelped Aug. 2, 1884. Breeder, Mr. Wm. Carpender, 
42 Pine street. New York. Owner, Mrs. C. W. Ber- 
dan. Hackensack, N. J 

Sire— Laddie, by fiobin Adair, he by Tweed. (These 
are not Mr. Terry's collies of the same names.] 

Dam— Zoe, by Rolph (Bobin— Bonnie Doone) out 
of Gypeey. 

2211. Reata, black and tan, white breast, 
bitch, whelped Aug. 22, 1881. Breeder, Mr. John 
MacTntyre. Loch Awe. Argyleshire, Scotland. Owner. 
Mr. E. W. Govan, Stillwater, N. J. 

Sire— Ralph, by Jack out of Spring. Spring out 
of Spy. 

Dam— Countess, by CoUje out of Queen, by Cato 
out of Juno. 

2212* Scottie, black and tan dog, whelped 
Aug. 8, 1888. Breeder and owner, Mr. N. H. Merwln, 
Diamond, Ohio. 

Sire— waddle, by imp. Jim out of imp. Meg. 

Dam-Janet, by Marcus (A.K.R. 888) out of Jill, by 
Mac (B. 7,626) out of Kara. 

DACHSHUNDS. 

2213. Brunette, liver and tan bitch, whelped 
July 29, 1883. Breeder, Mr. Chas. Klocke, Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Owner, Mr. Jay H. Van Norden, 1262 Broad- 
way, N. Y. 

Sire— Imported Waldman K., by Waldman out of 
W&ldine. 
Dam— Imp. Wally, by Waldman out of Waldine. 

DEERHOUNDS. 

2214. Shelloch, yellow brindle bitch, whelped 
winter of 1888-84. Breeder, Mr. James Inglis, Dun- 
robin Castle, Scotland. Owner, Mr. George Shepard 
Page, Stanley, Morris county, N. J. 

Sire— Lord Grosvenor's Ossian. 
Dam— Duke of Sutherland's Brenda (Wallace- 
Loyal). 

FOXHOUNDS. 

2215. Dixey Jim, black and tan dog, whelped 
May 16, 1881. Breeder, Mr. Thomas Davis, Malvern. 
Pa. Owners, Associated Fanciers, 287 South Eighth 
street Philadelphia. 

Sire— Dixey, Jr., by Dixey (Moore's Dixey— Lan- 
caster Ann) out of Belle (Moore's Dixey— Kate). 

Dam— Ann, by Geary (Mr. Rharpless's hound- 
Flash) out of Fan (Moore's Dixey— Cud Belle). 

MASTIFFS. 

2216* Beauty, bitch, whelped about March, 
1881. Breeder, Mr. George Beatty. St. Lambert. 
Canada. Owner, Mr. C. R. Mllliken, Portland, Me. 

Sire— Jumbo (A.K.R. 261). 

Dam-Nellie, out of McNider's Imported Maude. 

221 7. Bess, fawn bitch, whelped July 20, 1884. 
Breeder, Mr. James Smieton, Jr., Cranford, N. J. 
Owner, I. L. Winchell. Fairhaven, vt. 

Sire— Imported Zulu, by champion Colonel out of 
champion Diana (Pluto— Dione). 

Dam— Monmouth Meg, by champion Salisbury out 
of Tigress II. (champion Colonel— Lufra). 

2218. Bess, fawn dog, whelped July 20, 1884. 
Breeder, Mr. James Smieton, Jr., Cranford, N. J. 
Owner, Mr. I. L. Winchell, Fairhaven. Vt. 

Litter brother to Bees (A.K.R. 2217) 



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2219* Brenda, II., fawn bitch, whelped Sept. 
17, 1882. Breeder. Mr. W. H. Lee. Boston, Mass. 
Owner, Mr. E. H. Moore, Melrose, Mass. 

Sire— Turk, by Rajah out of Brenda. 

Darn— Imported Lioness, by Tiger (Major— Fan IT.) 
out of Fido (Lion— Duchess). 

2220. Countess, fawn bitch, whelped Feb. 98, 
1882. Breeder, Mr. W. H. Lee, Boston, Mass. Owner, 
Mr. £. H. Moore, Melrose, Mans. 

Sire— Turk, by Ralah out of Brenda. 

Dam— Jule, by Pierce's Grip (Jack— Dido) out of 
Baby (Turk-nJuno). 

£22 1. Druidess, fawn bitch, whelped July 90, 
188a. Breeder, not given. Owner, Mr. £. H. Moore, 
Melrose. Mass. 

Sire— Nero, by Jack out of Nell. Jack, by Beppo 
out of Mary. 

Dam— Imported Lioness, by Tiger out of Fido. 
Tiger, by Major out of Fan II. 

2222. Turk IX,, fawn dog, age not given. 
Breeder, not given. Owner, Mr. E. H. Moore, Mel- 
rose, Mass. 

Sire— Imported Rajah. 

Dam— Imported Brenda. 

Record— First, Boston, 1882, and other prizes. 

2223* Venus HI., fawn, with black points, 
bitch, whelped Feb. 8, 1886. Breeders, Messrs. John 
Clary & Sons, Cedar Glen Kennels, Westfleld, Mass. 
Owner, Mr. 8. D Neal, 8outhlngton, Conn. 

Sire— Keno (A.K.R. 1796). 

Dam— Onyx (A.K.R. 1769). 

2224. Wade, fawn dog, whelped Dec. 0, 1884. 
Breeder, Mr. W. Wade, Hulton, Pa. Owner. Mr. Geo. 
Kerr, 866 Warburton avenue, Yonkers, N. Y. 

Sire— DeBuch (A.K.R. 1502). 

Dam— Bertha (A.K.R. 161). 



POINTERS. 

2225. Bess H., black bitch, whelped July 27, 
1884. Breeder. Mr. H. C. Miller, Hudson, N. T. 
Owner, Mr. William Dommer, Green Island, N. T. 

Sire— Knickerbocker((A.K.R. 19). 

Dam— Lady Mab (A.K.R. 1044). 

. 2226* Bonnie Boon, liver and white bitch, 
whelped May 1. 1879. Breeder, Judge W. W. Legarg, 
Marion, Ala. Owner, Mr. W. H. Drane, Clarksville, 
Tenn. 

Sire— Champion Bow (E. 7,0?0\ by Price's Bang 
out of Davey's Luna, by Lord Cole's Cole out of Nell. 
Bang, by Coham's Bang out of Price's Vesta. 

Dam— Beulah (£. 1,296), by Flake (E. 1.214) out of 
Guido's Lily, by Lancaster's Sam out of Gibson'B 
Lily. Flake, by Fla^b out of Juno. 

Purchased from Mr. Edward Drane, February, 
1886; by him from Mr. W. 8. Mallory, and by him 
from Judge W. W. Legar6. 

2227. Bruce Ranger, liver and white dog, 
whelped Nov. 8, 1888. Breeder, Mr. S. B. Dilley, 
Bosendale, Wis. Owner, Mr. Amory R. Starr, Mar- 
shall, Texas. 

Sire— Dilley's Ranger, by Gessner's Drake out of 
Lute's Kate (Dime— Fanny). 

Dam— Dilley *s White Lily, by Dime (Shot— Jennie) 
out of Queen (Dime— Jennie). 

2228. Fantine, orange and white bitch, 
whelped Jan. 19, 1883. Breeder, Mr. A.C. Waddell.To- 
- ka, Kan. Owner, Mr. John F. Sharp, Marshall, 



Sire— Waddell's Clipper, by champion Faust (Sam 
—Nell) out of Sharp's Clytie (Sensation— Lily). 

Dam— Waddell'8 Dove, by champion Sieaford 
(McGreggor-Nina) out of Waddell's Fancy. 

2229. Flirt U«, orange and white bitch, 
whelped Nov. 1. 1881. Breeder, Mr. R. R. Wright, 
Jonesville, Harrison county, Texas. Owner, Mr. 
Amory R. Starr, Marshall, Texas. 

Sire-Champion Bow, by Bang out of Luna. Bang, 
by Coham's Bang out of vesta. 



Dam— Waskom's Charm, by champion Faust out 
of Belle. Faust, by Sam out of Nell. 

2280. Flows, black bitch, whelped July 87, 
1884. Breeder. Mr. H. C. Miller, Hudson. N. T. 
Owner, Mr. William Dommer. Green Island, N. T. 

Litter sister to BessH. (A.K.R. 2225). 

2231. Glick, black, white breast, dog, whelped 
July, 1888. Breeder, Mr. A. C. Waddell, Topeka, 
Kan. Owner, Mr. J. Pat Flour-nay .Greenwood, La. 

Sire— Bronco, by Pane's Sweep (Black Prince— Old 
Nellie) out of Pape's Nellie (Old 8weep— Old Nellie). 

Dam— Waddell's Dolly, by Phil (Billow- Sue) out of 
Bell (Sport-Flora). 

2232* Jane, lemon and white bitch, whelped 
Sept. 19, 1884. Breeder, Mr. Horace R. Kelly, New 
York. Owner, Mr. Philip H. Adee, Westchester, N. Y. 

Are— Bang Bang (A.K.R. 894). 

Dam— Kelly's Lill, by Sensation (A.K.R.807) out 
of Luke White's Grace. 

2283* Jess, black, white spot on breast, dog, 
whelped May 29, 1888. Breeder, Mr. A. C. WaddelL 
Topeka, Kan. Owner, Mr. Amory R. Starr, Mar- 
shall, Tex. 

Sire— Whitman's Bronco, by Pape's Sweep (Black 
Prince— Old Nellie) out of Pape's Ifellie (Papers Old 
Sweep-Old Nellie) *^ 

Dam— Waddell's Fan II., by champion Bow (Bang 
—Luna) out of Waddell's Old Fan (Dandy— Moll)! 

2234. Miss Belle, liver and white bitch, 
whelped Jan. 5, 1885. Breeder and owner, Mr. John 
W. Houston, Stuart, Neb. 

Are-Bruce H. (A.K.R. 096). 
Dam- Mistletoe (A.K.R. 1964). 

2235. Princess, black bitch, whelped Octo- 
ber, 1876. Breeder, Mr. E. M. Gillespie, Columbus, 
O. Owner. Mr. George G. Barker, Wilmington, Del. 

Sire— Dilley's Ranger. 

Dam— Gillespie's Fan. 

Record— First, puppy class, Syracuse, 1877; sec- 
ond, New York, 1«9; ifrst, " ' " " 

New York, 1881. 



Boston, 1899; champion, 



2236. Princess II., black bitch, whelped 
May 8, 1888. Breeder and owner, Mr. George G. 
Barker, Wilmington, Del. 

Sire— Nat. by Strong's Pete out of Mab. Fete, by 
Coi. Colts's Old Phil out of Prudence. 
Dam-Princess (A.K.R, 8X86). 
Record-Third, Philadelphia, 1884. 

2237. Remus, liver and white dog, whelped 
Aug. 82, 1884. Breeder, Mr. Frank Fitts, Manchester, 
N. H. Owner, Mr. John Johnson, 854a, Fifth street. 
South Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Sire— Toots (A.K.R. 21). 
Dam— Spot (A.K.R. 1800). 

2238* Romulus, liver and white ticked dog, 
whelped Aug. 22, 1884. Breeder. Mr. Frank Fitte, 
Manchester, N. H. Owner, Mr. John Johnson. 854a 
Fifth stieet, South Brooklyn N. Y. 

Litter brother to Remus (A.K.R. 2287). 

2239. Rugby, lemon and white dog, whelped 
April 8, 1882. Breeder, Mr. Edmund Orgill, Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. Owners, Associated Fanciers, 287 South 
Eighth street, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Sire— Rocket, by champion Romp (Ben— Bess) out 
of imported Claude (Don— Peg). 

Dant-Orgffl's Belle, by Steele's Flake (Sam- 
Juno). 

2240. Tempe, black, white on breast and toes, 
bitch, whelped May 29, 1888. Breeder, Mr. A. C. Wad- 
dell, Topeka, Kansas. Owner, Mr. Amory R. Starr. 
Marshall, Texas. 

Litter sister to Jess (A.K.R. 2288). 

2241. Tenor, liver and white dog, whelped 
Jan 6, 1886. Breeder and owner, Mr. John W. Hous- 
ton, Stuart, Neb. 

Utter brother to Miss Belle (A.K.R. 2284). 



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8848. Tom H.. whelped Nov. 90, 1884. Breeders 
and owners, Maple KenneUuPatterson, N. T. 
Sire— Champion Fritz (A.K.R. 268). 
Dam— Bird (A.K.R. 1658G 

8843. Vixen, liver and ticked bitch, whelped 
March 29, 1884. Breeder, Mr. John A. Edwards, 
Brooklyn, N. Y. Owner, Mr. Ohas. C. Bailey, Spar- 
kill, Rockland county. N. Y. 

fl«re-Wasp, by Costers Don Royal (Snipe- 
Countess Royal) out of Parker's Tabby (Bob Lee- 
Net). , , ro 

Dam— Vieve, by Lumbreyer'a Jack (Sensation, 
A.K.R. 307, Juno) out «f Smitn's Rose (Duke— Queen). 

8844. Wat, black, white spot on breast, dog, 
whelped May 29, 1888. Breeder, Mr. A. C. Waddell, 
Topeka, Kansas. Owner, Mr. Emory R. Starr, Mar- 
shall, Texas. m wtt 

Litter brother to Jess (A.K.R. 2288. 

PUGS. 

8845. Cupid, fawn, black markings, dog, 
whelped March 4, 1885. Breeders and owners, City 
View Kennels, New Haven, Conn. 

Sire-Napoleon (A.K.R. 208?). 
Dam-Beauty (A.K.R. 1860). 

8846. Dot, fawn, black markings, bitch, 
whelped March 4, 1885. Breeders and owners, City 
View Kennels, New Haven, Conn. 

Litter sister to Cupid (A.K.R. 2245). 

£247. Duke, fawn, black markings, dog, 
whelped March 4, 1885. Breeders, City View Ken- 
nels, isew Haven, Conn. Owner, Mr. J. C. Fowler, 
Bridgeport, Conn. 

Litter brother to Cupid (A.K.R. 2345). 

8848. Fairy, fawn, black markings, bitch, 
whelped March 4, 1885. Breeders and owners, City 
View Kennels, New Haven, Conn. 

Litter sister to Cupid (A.K.R. 2<J45). 

8849* Flirt, fawn, black marking?, bitch, 
whelped March 4, 1885. Breeders and owners, City 
View Kennels, New Haven, Conn. 

Litter sister to Cupid (A.K.K. 2S45). 

8850. Flo««y, silver fawn, black markings, 
bitch, whelped November. 1882, Breeder not given. 
Owners, City View Kennels, New Haven, Conn. 

Imported in March. 1883. 

Record— lirst, Montreal, 1884; second, National 
Breeders' show, 1884; third, Non-sporting show, 1884; 
second, New Haven, lb85. 

2251. FrouFrou, apricot fawn bitch,v?'helped 
August, 1882. Breeder, Mr. A.H. Moore, Philadelphia 
Pa. Owner, Mr. Samuel S. McCuen, New Orleans, La. 

Sire— Champion George. 

Dam— Champion May (A.K.R. 2144). 

8858. Victor, fawn, black markings, dog, 
whelped March 4, 1883. Breeders, City View Kennels, 
Ne* Haven, Conn. Owner, Mr. F. W. Hurd, Bridge- 
port. Conn. 

Litter brother to Cupid (A.K,R. 2246). 

ST. BERNARDS. 
. Rough-Coated. 
8853* Bianca, tawny and white bitch,whelp2d 
Jan. 81, 1885. Breeders and owners, Alpine Kennels, 
Mount Vernon, New York. 
Sire— Carlo (A.K.R 89). 
Dam-Ursula (A.K.R. 26). 

8854* Carlo H.» mahogany tawny and white 
dog whelped Jan. 22, 1885. Breeders and owners, 
Alpine Kennels, Mount Vernon, N. Y. 

Sire— Carlo (A.K.R. 89). 

Dam— Sheila (A.K.R. 796). 

8855. Clarence, mahogany tawny and white 
dog. whelped Jan. 22, 1885. Breeders and owners, 
Alpine Kennels, Mount Vernon, N. Y. 

Litter brother to Carlo II. (A.K.R. 2254). 



8856. Kaiser, orange, correct white mmrirfaiga 
and black cheeks, dog, whelped Oct. 12, 1884. 
Breeder, not given. Owner, Mr, Theo. Gugert, Phil- 
adelphia, Pa. 

Hire— Hermit (A.K.R. 28). 
Dam— Theon (A.K.R. 94). 

8857. Reffina, tawny and white bitch, whelped 
Jan. 81 ,1885. Breeders and owners, Alpine Kennels, 
Mount Vernon, N. Y. 

Litter sister to Bianca (A.K.R. 2258). 

BETTERS. 
English Sbttkbs. 

8858. Amos, black and white dog, whelped 
Feb. 20, 1885. Breeder. Mr. 8. P. Olmstead, Couders- 
port. Pa. Owner, Dr. C. Henri Lane, same place 

Sire— Jerry. 

Dam— White Rose, by Count Royal (Druid— Leda) 
out of Sadie (Paris— Fly). 

8859. Bob, black, white and tan dog, whelped 
July 19, 1884. Breeder, Mr. Charles York, Bangor, 
Me. Owner, Mr. John W. Hamer, 1742 North Seven- 
teenth street, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Sire— Gun (A.K.R. 1538). 
Dam— Pearl Blue (A.K.R. 1542). 

8860. Budd, black, white and tan ticked dog, 
whelped April 24, 1884. Breeders. Messrs. Davis & 
Wheeler, Rockland, Mass. Owner, Mr. Bradford 
Wilder, Hanover, Mass. 

Sire -Ben B. (AK.R. 868). 
Dam— Flake II. (AK.R. 867). 

8861. Captain Craig, black, white and tan 
dog, whelped Jan. 2, 1885,. Breeder, Mr. D. Walker 
Williams, Ringgold, Montgomery county, Tenn. 
Owner, Mr. Amory R. Starr, Marshall, Texas. 

Sire— Gladstone, by Dan (Duke— Rhoebe) out of 
Petrel (Prince— Lill II). 

Dam— Lady M., by Mark (Rob Roy— Juno) out of 
Jennie (Leicester— Dart). 

8868. Captain 6., black, white and tan dog, 
whelped July 8, 1882. Breeder, Mr. A. C. Waddell, 
Topeka, Kansas. Owner, Mr. W. S. Starnbaugh, 
Abilene. Kansas. 

Sire— Laverack Chief, by Pontiac out of Fairy n. 
Pontiac, by Pride of the B-»rder out of Petrel. 

Dam— Fame, by Belton out of Breeze. Belton, by 
Syke's Laverack Dash out of Daisy. 

8863* Condurango, black, white and tan dog, 
whelped Dec. 20, 1884. Breeder and owner, Mr. Henry 
C. Wann, Abilene, Kansas. 

Sire— Captain G. (A.K.R. 2262). 

Dam— Imogene II., by Laverack Chief out of Zar- 
roh (Druid — Cubus). 

8864. Chief Joseph, black, white and tan dog, 
whelped Dec. 20. 1884. Breeder, Mr. Henry C. Wann, 
Abilene, Kansas. Owner, Mr. W. S. Starnbaugh, 
Abilene. Kansas. 

Litter brother to Condurango (A.K.R. 2268). 

2265. Count Rush, blue belton dog, whelped 
May 15, 1884. Breeder and owner, Mr. H. Pape, 295 
Park avenue, Hoboken, N. J. 

Sire— Count Noble, by Count Wind'em (Count Dick 
Phantom) out of Nora (Dan— Nellie). 

Daw— Lady May (A.K.R. 1871). 

8866. Daisy Queen (E. 12.543), black, white 
and tan bitch, whelped March, 1881. Breeder, Mr. J. 
B. Cockcrton, England. Owner, Mr. Howard Hart- 
ley, Pittsburgh, Pa. . . . 

Sire-Rock (E. 4,280), by Dash (E. 1,341) out of till 
(Laverack's Rock— Bell). 

Dam— Meg, by Rail out of Daisy. 

Record— Second, Sheffield, Eng., 1881; special, 
Pittsburgh, 1882; second, Cleveland, 1834. 

8867. Dan de Lion, black, white and tan 
dog, whelped Dec. 20, 1884. Breeder, Mr. Henry C. 
Wann, Abilene, Kansas. Owner, Mr. George W. 
Evans, Weston, Mo. 

Litter brother to Condurango (A.K.R. 2263). 



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8868. Don T., black and white dog, whelped 
Feb. 10, 1884. Breeder. Mr. S. P. Olmstead, Couders- 
port, Pa. Owner, Mr. Wm. A. Shear, Coudersport. Pa. 

tftre— Jerry. 

Dam— White Rose, by Count Royal (Druid— Leda) 
out of Sadie (Parte— Fry). 

8869. Draco, blue belton dog, whelped Jan. 
25, 1885. Breeder. Ravenswood Kennels, Dorchester, 
Mass. Owner, Mks E. R. Packard, Richmond street, 
Mattapan, Mass. 

Sire— Dash III., by Blue Prince out of Armstrong's 
Old Kate. Blue Prince, by Pride of the Border out 
of Llewellyn's Nellie. 

2>om— Nellie Dale (see A.K.R. 1818). 

8S70. Druid's Boy, lemon and white dog, 
whelped Feb. 15, 1888 Breeder, Mr. J. N. Brunson, 
Sycamore, 111. Owner, Mr. William E. Bufford, 804 
F street, N. W., Washington, D. C. 

Sire— Druid, by Prince out of Dora, by Duke out 
of .Rboebe. Prince, by Dash II. out of Moll m. 
J)am— Princess Draco, by Rob Roy, he by **ed out 
of Rhoebe. 

8871. Fannie V., black, white and tan bitch, 
whelped Dec. 80, 1884. Breeder, Mr. Henry C.Wann, 
Abilene, Kansas. Owner, W. D. Dorgan, Central 
City, Neb. 

Litter sister to Condurango (A.K.R. 3268). 

8878. Foreman IX., black, white and tan dog, 
whelped Oct. 80, 1888. Breeder and owner, Mr. N. 
Wallace, Waterbury, Conn. 

Sire— Champion Foreman, by Dashing Monarch 
out of Fairy II. 

Dam— Jennie, by Lathrop's Dick out of Harring- 
ton's Qyo. 

8873. Fred Snow, white dog, whelped Feb. 
90, 1885. Breeder and owner, Mr. 8. P. Olmsted, 
Coudersport, Pa. 

Litter brother to Amos (A.K.R. 2258). 

8874. Gaily (E. 0,184), black and white bitch, 
whelped March 26. 1879. Breeders. Messes. C. & J. G. 
Gamons, Brousrhton. Chester, Eng. Owner, Mr. 
Howard Hartley, Pittsbursrh, Pa. 

S<re-Hesper,by Banker (E.7, 140) out of Doll (E.7,188) 
Dam-Polly (K. 4,299). 

8875. Governor, black dog, whelped May 2, 
1888. Breeders, Beatty Kennels, Toronto, Canada. 
Owner, Mr. George Kerr, Yonkers, N. Y. 

Sire— Duke II., imported, by Duke out of Vixen. 
Dam — Daisy. 

8876. Inez, black and white bitch, whelped 
Feb. 20, 1885. Breeder, Mr. S. P. Olmsted, Couders- 
port, Pa. Owner, Dr. C. Henri Lane, same place. 

Litter sister to Amos (A.K.R. 2258). 

8877. King- of Delaware, black, white and 
tan dog. Breeder, Mr. J. C. Higgins, Delaware City, 
Del. Owner, Mr. W. Henry Colquitt, 829 W. Grace 
street, Richmond, Va. 

Sire— Dashing Monarch, by Dash H. out of Coun- 
tess Moll. 
Dam— Vannette, by Count Dick out of Petrel. 

8878. Lady Princess, orange and white 
bitch, whelped Jan. 1, 1878. Breeder. Mr. B. Capron. 
Paris, Ont. Owner, Dr. Osborne Tottea, 122 Rose 
avenue. Toronto, Oct, 

Sire— Bute, by Carlo witz(Pilkington's Dash— Llew- 
ellyn's Countess) out of Dodge's Rose (Rob Roy— Vic- 
tress). 

Dam— Princess Blanche, by Pilkington's Rufus 
(McDona's Ranger— Cora) out of Dodge's Rose (Rob 
Roy— Victress). 

8879* Lea C, lemon and white bitch, whelped 
December, 1882; Breeder, Mr. T. Lanaux, New Or- 
leans, La. Owner, Mr. P. M. Oommagere, 820 Ursu- 
lines, New Orleans, La. 

Sire— Spot. 

Dam— Lanaux's Queen. 



8880. Lexington, white and lemon dog, 
whelped Jan. 14, 1884. Breeder, Mr. F. E. Rogers, 
New York city. Owner, Mr. A. L. 8andford, Ports- 
mouth, Ohio. 

Sire— Prince Al, by Leicester (E. 4,271) out of 
Dodge's Rose (Rob Roy— Victress). 

Dam— Moll, by Belton (E. 1,806) out of Snow (Bis- 
marck -Fanch). 

8881. Maida, black, white and tan ticked 
dog, whelped April 24, 1884. Breeders, Messrs. 
Davis & Wheeler. Rockland, Mass. Owner, Mr. F. 
L. Darling, Rockland, Mass. 

Litter sister to Budd (A.K.R. 2260). 

8888. Miss Lotta Crabtree, black, white 
and tan bitch, whelped June 9, 1888. Breeder, Mr. 
John Henderson, Jacksonville, 111. Owner, Mr. John 
W. Judd, Harrison county, Tex. 

Sire— Duke Gladstone, by champion Gladstone 
(Dan— Petrel) out of Lavalette (Druid— Princess 

Dam— Henderson's Luna, by Maguoketa (LueUo— 
Daisy) out of Beauty (Colburn's Dash— Fannie). 

8888. Moss Rose, black, tan and white bitch, 
whelped Feb. 20, 1885. Breeder, Mr. S. P. Olmsted, 
Coudersport, Pa. Owner, Mr. R. F. Martin, Wil- 
ber, Pa. 

Utter sister to Amos (A.K.R. 2258). 

8884. Parson Baines, black, white and tan 
dog, whelped Jan. 2, 1885. Breeder, Mr. D. Walker 
Williams, Ringgold. Montgomery county, Tenn. 
Owner, Mr. Amory K Starr, Marshall, Tex. 

Litter brother to Captain Craig (A.K.R. 2261). 

8885. Princess Wanda, black, white and 
tan bitch, whelped Dec. 20, 1884. Breeder, Mr. Henry 
C. Waner, Abilene, Kansas. Owner, Capt. James E. 
Marshall, Chester, 8. C. 

Litter sister to Condurango (A.K.R, 2268). 

8886. Queen Alice, black, white and tan 
bitch, whelped December, 1879. Breeder, not stated. 
Owner, Mr. Howard Hartley, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Sire -Druid, by Dash n. (Sting— Blair's Cora) out 
of Moli IH. (Fred I. -Bell I.). 

Dam-Cubas. by Leicester (Dan— Lill II.) ©ut of 
Dart (Prince— Dora). 

Record— Second, Chicago, 1883; first, Cleveland, 
1884. 

8887. Queen Vashti, black, white and tan 
bitch, whelped Dec. 20, 1884. Breeder, Mr. Henry C. 
Wann, Abilene, Kansas. Owner, Mr. W. S. Starn- 
baugb, Abilene, Kansas. 

Litter sister to Condurango (A.K.R. 2268). 

8888. Rebel Bruce, liver and white dog, 
whelped Dec. 4, 1883. Breeder. Mr. E. H. Fisher, Jr., 
New Bedford, Mass. Owner, Mr George Jarris, 1015 
Washington avenue, New York city. 

Sire— Champion Dash III., by Laverack's Blue 
Prince out of Armstrong's Old Kate. 

Dam— Katy Did, by Guy Mannering (Pride of the 
Border— Fairy) out of Whirlwind (Rob Roy— Juno). 

8889* Rosedale, black, white and tan ticked 
dog, whelped Nov. 18, 1884. Breeder and owner, Dr. 
Osborne Totten, 122 Rose avenue, Toronto. Canada. 

Sire— Cambridge H , by Cambridge I. (Gladstone- 
Clip) out of Smith's Belle (Boxer's Dime— Princess 
Blanche). 

Dam— Lady Princess (A.K.R. 2278). 

8890. Royal Ranger, lemon and white dog, 
whelped January, 1881. Breeder not stated. Owner, 
Mr. Howard Hartley, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Sire-Royal (E. 7,175), by Rollick (E. 1,428) out of 
Flame (E. 4,290). 

Dam— Novel (E. 9,158), by Blue Prince out of Flame 
(E. 4,290>. 

Record— Third and special, Pittsburgh. 1888; first 
and special* New York, 1883; champion and special, 
Chicago, 1883; champion, Cleveland, 1884. . 



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2891* Victor, Mack, white and tan dog. 
whelped August, 1882. Breeder, Mr. E. L. Miles, Sag 
Harbor, Long Island. Ovner, Mr. £. L. Howard, 
Calvert, Texas. 

Sire— Chance, owned by H. H. Rogers, Bridge- 
hampton, L. I. 

Dam— Topsey, by Skip (Chris II.— Pet) out of 
Cherry (Schoonmaker's Dash— FarweiT* Bess. 

Irish Sitters. 

2298. Addle S., red bitch, whelped July 15, 
1884. Breeder, Mr. B. F. Weise, 106 Breman street, 
Cincinnati, Ohio. Owner, Mr. James W. Pagan, New- 
port, Kentucky. 

Sire- Norwood, by champion Elcho (A.K.B. 895) 
out of Rose (A.K.R. 296). 

Dam— Clara Belle (A.K.R.1898). 

2298* Bl anch e, dark red bitch, whelped Feb. 
9, 1881 Breeder. Capt. F. G. Bizby ; 5U Beacon street. 
Boston, Mass. Owner, Dr. Samuel W. Langmaid, 129 
Boylston street, Boston, Mass. 

Sire— Captain Bixby's Ruby (Elcho— Rose). 

Dam- Fannie, by Berkley (champion Elcho— Loo 
IL) out of Kate (champion Elcho— Juno). 

2294. Glenchovic, red, white spot on breast, 
dog, whelppd Jan. 1. 1886. Breeders, Associated 
Fanciers. '£t7 South Eighth street, Philadelphia. Pa. 
Owner, Mr. Juha A. 8. Brown, 982 Franklin street, 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Sire— u Hampton Glencho, by champion Elcho 
(A.K.R ffl»5) out of champion Noreeen (A.K.R. 297). 

Dam -Vic, by Echo (champion Elcho— Flounce) 
out of LmIv Haffcn (Derg— Kathleen). 

2295. Prince Vic red dog, whelped Jan. 1, 
1886. Breeders, Associated Fanciers, 287 South Eighth 
street, Philadelphia, Pa. Owner, W. Mr. Irving Lau- 
delL. 

Sire— Champion Glencho, by champion Elcho 
(A.K.R. 296) out of Noreen (A.K.R. 297). 

Dam— Vic, by Echo (champion Elcho— Flounce) out 
of Lady Helen (Derg -Kathleen). 

2296. Ruby H., dark red dog, whelped Jan. 
6, 1881. Breeder, Dr. Wm. Jarvis, Claremont, N. H. 
Owner, Capt. Franklin G. Bizby, No. 5K Beacon 
street, Boston, Mass. 

Aire— Champion Elcho (A.K.R. 295). 
Dam— Rose (A.K.R. 298). 

2297. Vic, red, white streak on breast, bitch, 
whelped Not. 28. 1881. Breeder, Mr. D. H. Farqu- 
harson, Baltimore, Md. Owners, Associated Fanciers, 
287 South Eighth street, Philadelphia, Pa. * 

Sire— Echo, by champion Elcho (A.K.R. 295) out of 
Flounce. 

Dam— Lady Helen, by Derg out of Kathleen, by 
champion Rufus II. out of Colleen. 

Becord—FiTBt, open class, Danbury, 1861 



SPANIELS. 



Field and Cocker Spaniels. 

2298. Black Crook, black bitch, whelped 
Jan. 16, 1885. Breeder, Mr. W. O. Partridge. Box 
5186, Boston, Mass. Owner, Mr. J. F. Knight, Wor- 
cester, Mass. 

Sire-Obo II. (A.K.R. 482). 
Dam— Critic (A.K.R. 808). 

2299. Critobo, black bitch, whelped Jan. 16, 
1885. Breeder, Mr. W. O. Partridge, Boston, Mass. 
Owner, Mr. W. W. Davis, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Litter sister to Black Crook (AXR. 2296). 

2800. Flyaway Clifford, black and tan 
bitch, age not given. Breeder. Mr. A. C. WaddelL 
Topeka, Kan. Owner, Mr. Frank J. Starr, Marshall, 
Tex. 

Sire— WaddelPs Beau, by Finlay's imported black 
and tan dog, out of WaddeU's Belle (registered as 
HorneD Belle, A.K.R. 1878). 

Dam— WaddelTs Jessie, by Finlay's imported black 
and tan dog out of WaddelTs Belle. 



2801. Zona, black bitch, whelped Oct. 8, 1864. 
Breeder. Mr. Patrick Cullen, Salmon Falls, N. H. 
Owner. Mr. Wm. H. Moseley, New Haven, Conn. 

Sire-Obo U. (A.K.R. 482). 

Dam— Darkle (A.K.R. 269). 



TERRIER8. 
Bull-Terriers. 

8808. Music, white bitch, whelped Nov. 26, 
1884. Breeder, Mr. Henry Richmond, 219 North Main 
street. Providence, R. I. Owner, Mr. Geo. W. Dixon, 
84 John street, Worcester. Mass. 

Sire— Imported Dick Napoleon. 

Dam— Richmond's Nellie, by Roach's imported 
Pete out of Seth Fisher's bitch. 

8808. White Princess, white bitch, whelped 
Feb. 4, 1886. Breeder and owner, Mr. Edw. 8. Porter, 
New Haven, Conn. 

-Sire-President (A.K.R. 1208). 

Dam— Bridget, by imported Faddy out of Mona 
(Pilot— Daisy). 

Fox-Terriers. 

8804. Lysander, body white, ears black and 
tan. dog, whelped June 10, 1884. Breeder, Mr. John 
V. B. Scarborough, Walnut Hills, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Owner, Dr. John Wiggins, 986 McMillan street, Mt. 
Auburn, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Sire— Trickster (imported by Mr. Scarborough). 

Dam— Fannie, by imported Duke out of imported 
Mossy. 

8806. Whist, white, lemon markings on head, 
bitch, whelped May 12, 1884. Breeder, Mr. Robert 
Hume. Orange C. H., Va. Owners, Associated 
Fanciers, 287 South Eighth street. Philadelphia, Pa. 

Sire— Pincher, by feting II. (Sting— Flirt) out of 
Patch (champion Royal— imported Lady). 

Dam— Fancy, by champion Royal (Elcho— Cricket) 
out of imported Lady (Trap— Peg). 

Irish Terriers. 

8806. Lady Blarney, red bitch, whelped 
July 11, 1884. Breeder, Mr. Robert Hume, Orange C. 
H., Va. Owners, Associated Fanciers, 287 South 
Eighth street, Pniladelphia, Pa. 

Sire— Barney, by Splinter (Sporter— Kathleen) out 
of Nora (Spring— Nettle). 

Dam- Jessie, by Rock (Gaelic— Midge) out of Aileen 
(champion Sport— Vic). 

8807. Merry Kid, red dog, whelped July 11, 
1884. Breeder. Mr. Robert Hume, Orange C. H., Va. 
Owners, Associated Fanciers, 287 South Eighth street, 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Litter sister to Lady Blarney (A.K.R. 2806). 

Yorkshire Te rrier s. 

8808. Benny Bonner, silver and tan, with 
white head, dog, whelped June, 1S88. Breeder, Mr. 
Charles HerberkNewport, Ky. Owner, Mr. Charles 
Schwemberger, Hobson street, Corryville, Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 

Sire— Robert Bonner. 

Dam— Fan Herbert, by Duke out of Rose (Bob- 
Fanny). 

8809. Brendamour, blue and tan dog, 
whelped October 8, 1884. Breeder and owner, Mr. 
Charles Schwemberger, Hobson street, Corryville, 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Sire— Imported Sir Robert. 

Dam— Fan Herbert, by Duke out of Rose. Rose, 
by imported Bob out of Fanny. 

8810. Denuny, silver blue bitch, whelped Oct. 
8, 1884. Breeder, Mr. C. Schwemberger, Hobson 
street, Corryville, Cincinnati, Ohio. Owner, Dr. 
John Wiggins, 986 McMillan street, Mt. Auburn, Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. 

Litter sister to Brendamour (A.K.R. 2809). 



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2311. Pan Herbert* golden tan body, light 
head, bitch, whelped June. 1876. Breeder. Mr 
Charles Herbert, Newport. Ky. Owner, Mr. Charles 
Schwemberger, Hobson street, Oorryville, Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 

Sire— Duke. 

Dam— Rose, by imported Bob out oC Fanny. 

8318. Nellie Herbert,, silver gray, white 
head, bitch, whelped April, 1881. Breeder, Mr. Cbas. 
Herbert, Newport, Ky. Owner Mr. Chas. Schwem- 
berger, Hobson street, Corryville, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Stre— Captain. 

Dam— Fauny Herbert, by Duke out of Rose. Rose, 
by imported Bob out of Fanny. 



Breeding Register. 



Entry free. Extreme care should be taken to write 
names plainly. Blanks furnished on receipt of ad- 
dressed and lcent stamped envelope. 

[Notice.— Stud visits cannot be inserted in the same 
Rhhsvbr with a record of the result of the visit. The 
Produce Register then covers the Breeding Register, 
and to get insertion in the latter, notice must be sent 
in time for a preceding number of the Register.] 

BEAGLES. 
Maid- Jehu.-Mr. W. P. Hunt's Maid (A.K.R. 
1728) was bred to his Jehu (A.K.R. 1721) on March 17. 

CHESAPEAKE BAT DOGS. 
Rusk— Rake.— Mr. C. M. Hammond's Rusk 
(A.K.R. 144) was bred to Mr. Gard. G. Hammond's 
Rake (A.K.R. 141) on March 1. 

POINTER8. 

Grace — Beaufort. — Mr. R. E. Westlake's 
Grace (A.K.R. 1250) was bred to Mr. Chas. H. Mason's 
Beaufort (A.K.R. 094) on Feb. 8. 

St. Kilda -Beaufort.— Mr. C. A. Chapman's 
St. Kilda was bred to Mr. Chas. H. Mason's Beaufort 
<A.K.R.694)onFeb.2. 

Tempo— Glick.— Mr. Amory R. Starr's Tempe 
<A.K.R. 2239) was bred to Mr. J. P. Flournoy's Glick 
on March 16. 

ST. BERNARDS. 

ROUOH-COATED. 

Lotta— Cassar.— The Forest City Kennels' Lotta 
(A.K.R. 988) was bred to their champion Caesar 
(A.K.R. 22) on March 9. 

Sibyl-Caeear.-The Forest City Kennels' Sibyl 
(A.K.R. 797) was bred to their champion Caesar 
(A.K.R. 22) on March 15. 

Smooth-Coated. 
Nellie C— Mentor II.— Mr. Garret Roach's 
Nellie C. (A.K.R. 415) was bred to the Mill Brook Ken- 
nels' Mentor II. on Feb. 24. 

Snowball— Verone.— The Mill Brook Kennels' 
Snowball (A.K.R. 415) was bred to their Verone 
<A.K.R. 418; on March 6. 

Wanda- Verone.— The Mill Brook Kennels' 
Wanda (A.K.R. 1941) was bred to their Verone 
<A.K.R. 418) on Feb. 20. 

SETTERS. 
Gordon Setters. 

Daisy Blossom— Dink*.— Mr. Malcolm Mc- 
Lane's Daisy Blossom (A.K.R. 878) was bred to Mr. 
Julius F. Hartwell's Dinks (A.K.R. 1077) on March 9. 



Irish Setters. 
Killarney n.— Glencho.— Mr. Edward W. 
Taylor's Killarney U. (A.K.R. 1850) was bred to Mr. 
Wm. H. Pierce's Glencho (A.K.R. 295) on March 15 
and 16. 

SPANIELS. 
Field and Cocker Spaniels. 
Beauty W.-Obo, Jr.-Mr. J. P. Willey's 
Beauty W. (A.K.R. 1478) was bred to his Obo, Jr. 
(A.K.R. 1481) on March 8. 

Belle— Obo II.— Mr. Andrew Laidlaw's Belle 
was bred to Mr. J. P. Willey's champion Obo II. 
(A.K.R. 482) on March 29. 

Clio-Black Pedro.— Mr. C. A. Haseltine's 
Clio (A.K.R. 429) was bred to Mr. J. P. Willey's Black 
Pedro (A.K.R. 1474) in March. 

Daisy Zulu— Obo H«— Mr. Irving M. Dewey's 
Daisy Zulu (A.K.R 881) was bied to Mr. J. P. Willey's 
champion Obo II. (A.K.R 482) on March 9. 

Darling— Young Obo.— Mr. Walter Scott's 
Darling was bred to Mr. J. P. Willey's Young Obo 
(A.K.R. 861) on March 80. 

TERRIERS. 

Fox-Tsbbibbs. 

Jill— Mistrel.— Surrey Kennels' Jill (A.K.R. 529 

was bred to Mr. John E. Thayer's Mistrel on Feb. 28. 



Stud Register. 



Entry fee (60 cents for B5 words or less; additional 
words t cents each) must accompany the entry. Ex- 
treme care should be taken to write names plainly. 
Blanks furnished on receipt of addressed and 1 cent 
stamped envelope. 

PUGS. 
Napoleon (A.K.R. 2087), apricot fawn, black 
points, by Sambo out of Luce. Sire of first, second, 
third and fourth winners, puppy class, New Haven, 
1885. Fee $15. Apply to City view Kennels, Box 829, 
New Haven, Conn. 

Treasure (A.K.R. 472), stone fawn, black points, 
by Fritz (A.K.R. 569) out of Banjo. Has won first 
and special. Taunton, Manchester, New Haven, Meri- 
den, Cleveland and New York; champion, Man- 
chester, Taunton and Stafford. Sire of some grand 
pugs. He is two years old. Best of care given 
bitches sent me. Fee $15. Apply to George Gilli- 
van. West Jefferson, O. 

ST. BERNARDS. 
Rough-Coated. 

Bonivard (E. 11,738, A.K.R. 881), dark orange 
and brindlejCorrect white markings, by Souldan out 
of Mysar. Has won 40 cups and prizes in England, 
and first every time shown in America. Fee $50. 
Apply to the Hermitage Kennels, Passaic N. J. 

Duke of Leeds (A.K.R. 1585), rich orange 
brindle, white markings, by Mount Zion II. out of 
Novice. Has won first St. Bernard Club Show, 1884; 
second. Crystal Palace. 1884; first, New York; cham- 
pion. Chicago; first, Philadelphia; champion, New 
York, 1884. Fee $50. Apply to the Hermitage Ken- 
nels, Passaic, N. J. 

Smooth-Coated. 

Don H. (E. 12,907, A.K.R. 1161), orange, white 
markings, by The Shah out of Dewdrop. Has won 
first, Margate; first, St. Bernard Club Show, 1882: 
second prize, St. Bernard dub Show, 1888; second 

Brize, Crystal Palace; first. New York; champion, 
[ontreal; first, PhiladelDhia; champion, New York, 
1884. Fee $50. Apply to the Hermitage Kennels. 
Passaic, N. J. 



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Produce Register. 



Entry free. Extreme care should be taken to 
write names plainly. Blanks furnished on receipt 
of addressed and 1 cent stamped envelope. 

POINTERS. 

Faustina— Boaufort. —Mr. John Matthew's 
Faustina whelped eleven on Jan. 18. Sired by Mr. 
C. H. Mason's Beaufort (A.KR. 694). 

Nellie Bird-Beaufbrt.-Mr. J. R. Trtesler's 
Nellie Bird (Harry— Nell) whelped seven doss and 
three bitches on Jan. 1. Sired by Mr. C. H. Mason's 
Beaufort (A.K.R. 604). 

PUGS. 

Beauty — Napoleon. — City View Kennels' 

Beauty (A.K.R. 1860) whelped two dogs and three 

bitches on March 4. Color, fawn, olack marks. 

Sired by their Napoleon (A.K.R. 2087). 

8ETTERS. 

English Betters. 

Lavelette-Gladstone.-The Rancocas Ken- 
nels' Lavelette whelped five dogs and three bitches 
on March 21. Color, four lemou and white dogs, one 
black, white and tan dog, three black, white and tan 
bitches. Sired by Mr. Bryson's Gladstone. 
Irish Setters. 

I*yda Belle— Nimrod.-Mr. E. A. Starkey's 
Lyda Belle (A.K.R. 626) whelped four dogs and six 
bitches on March 8,1884. Sired by the Ashmont 
Kennels' champion Nimrod (A.K.R. 681). 



Sale Register. 



TRANSFERS OF STOCK. 



Entry free. Extreme care should be taken to write 
names plainly. Blanks furnished on receipt of ad 
dressed and lcent stamped envelope. 



BEAGLES. 
Driver.- Mr. F. Thorne (St. Louis, Mo.) has pur 
chased Mr. W. P. Hunt's (Normandy, Mo.) dog Driver 
(A.K.R. 1716). 

Iiill H.— Messrs. Shaner & Richardson (Pitts- 
burgh, Pa.) have purchased Mr. A. C. Krueger's 
(Wrightsville, Pa.) bitch Lill II., by Boxer II. out of 

ITALIAN GREYHOUNDS. 
Howell.-Dr. M. F. Young (Littleton, N. H.) has 
purchased Mr. Henry C. Burdick's (Springfield, Mass.) 
dog Howell, by S.Ik Socks out of Zelpha. 

Maida.— Mr. G. Watwood (Hartford, Conn.) has 

Eurchased Mr. Henry C. Burdick's (Springfield, Mass.) 
itch Maida, by Silk Socks out of Zelpha. 

MASTIFFS. 
Maud.— Associated Fanciers (Philadelphia, Pa ) 
have purchased Mr. C. F. Wilson's (Palmyra, N. Y.) 
bitch Maud. 

POINTERS. 
Beauchief.-Mr. Otis A. Worthington (Cooks- 
ville, Md.) has purchased the Surrey Kennels' (Elli- 
cott City, Md.) dog Beauchief (A.K.R. 1778). 

Bruce Ranger.— Mr. Amory R. Starr (Mar- 
shall, Tex.) has presented to Mr. Caswell B. Cock, Jr. 
(Harrison county, Tex.) the dog Bruce Ranger. 

Joker, Jr.-Viola Puppy.— Mr. W. H. Cook T 
son (Hudson. N. Y.) has purchased of the Surrey 
Kennels' (Ellicott City, Md) a dog puppy by Joker, 
Jr. out of Viola (A.K.R. 708). 



Miss Belle.— Mr. John Taylor (Stuart, Neb.) has 
been presented with Mr. J. W. Houston's (Stuart, 
Neb.) bitch Miss Belle (Brace U.-Mistletoe). 

PUGS. 

Duke.— Mr. I. C. Fowler (Bridgeport, Conn.) has 
purchased the City View Kennels' (New Haven, 
Conn.) dog Duke (A.K.R. 2247.) 

Frolic*— Mr. W. F. Peet (Philadelphia, Pa.) has 
purchased the City View Kennels' (Box 629, New- 
Haven) dog Frolic (A.K.R. 2086). 

Peek-a-Boo.— Miss J. F. Breckenridge (New 
Haven) has purchased the City Vie* Kennels' (Box 
629, New Haven) dog Peek-a-Boo (A.KR. 2088). 

Treasure.— Mr. Geo. Gillivan (West Jefferson, 
O.) has purchased the Chequasset Kennels' (Lan- 
caster. Mass.) dog Treasure (A.K.R. 472). 

Victor.— Mr. F. W. Hurd (Bridgeport, Conn.) 
has purchased the City "view Kennels' (New Haven) 
dog Victor (A.K.R. 2282). 

ST. BERNARDS. 
Rough-Coated. 

Bianca.— Dr. Fred A. Lyons (New York city) has 

Eurchased the Alpine Kennels' (Mount Vernon, N. Y.) 
itch Bianca. 

Carlo H.— Mr. John V. Hecker (Darien, Conn.) 
has purchased the Alpine Kennels' (Mount Vernon. 
N. Y.) Carlo IL (A.K.R. 2264). 

Clarence.— Dr. Fred A. Lyons (New York city, 
has purchased the Alpine Kennels' (Mount Vernon, 
N. Y.) dog Clarence (A.K.R. 2255). 

Konlff.— Mr. Harper (of Messrs. Harper Bros., 
New York) has purchased the Mill Brook Kennels' 
(New York) dog Konig (Hermit— Theon). 

Regina.— Mr. John V. Hecker (Darien, Conn.) 
bas purchased the Alpine Kennels' (Mount Vernon, 
N. Y.) bitch Regioa (A.K.R. 2257). 

Smooth-Coated. 
Kara.— Mr. J. Leighton (New York) has pur- 
chased the Mill Brook Kennels' (New York) bitch 
Kara (Meteor U.— Brunhild). 

SETTERS. 
English Setters. 
Spright.— Mr. J. M. Bloomfleld (New York) has 
purchased Mr. Thos. Sperring's (Wilkes Barre, Pa.) 
Ditch Spright (A.K.R. 1619). 

Tug— Floss Puppies.— Dr. Henry Jchnson, 
(Kintnersville, Pa.) has purchased of the Sans 
Souci Kennels (Philadelpnia, Pa.) a dog and bitch 
puppy, by Tug out of Floss (A.K.R. 1816). 

Zoo.-Mr. Chas. W. Nutting (Lynn, Mass.) has 
purchased Mr. Edward Butter's (Lynn, Mass.) bitch 
Zoo (A.K.R. 1880). 

Zora S.— Associated Fanciers (Philadelphia, Pa.) 
have purchased Mr. H. Sturtevant's (Medina, N. Y.) 
bitch Zora S. (A.K.R. 1075). 

Irish Setters. - 
Norah.— Associated Fanciers (Philadelphia, Pa.) 
have purchased Mr. Smether's (Berwick, Pa.) bitch 
Norah (A.K.R. 379). 

Bomaine.— Mr. G. T. Wells (Boston, Mass.) has 
purchased Mr. F.J. Mills's bi'ch Romaine (A.K.R. 
868). 

Rutledge— Madam Juno Puppy.— Mr. w. 

Stone Mills (Warren, R. I.) has purchased of Mr. 
Charles S. Davol (Warren, R.I.) a dog puppy, by Rut- 
ledge (A.KR. 1860) out of Madam Juno (A.K.R.1858); 



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SPANIELS. 

FULD AND COCKJCR SPANIBLS. 

Black Crook.— Mr. J. F. Knight (Worcester, 
Mass.) has purchased Mr. W. O. Partridge's (Boston 
Mass.) bitch Black Crook (A.K.R. 2298). 

Obo H.— Critic Puppy.— Mr. E. W. Jester 
(St. George's, Del.) has purchased of Mr. W. O. Par- 
tridge (Boston, Mass.) a dog puppy, whelped Jan. 16, 

Obo H.-Critic Puppy.-Mr. W. Johnson 
(Boston, Mass ) has purchased of Mr.W. 0. Partridge 
(Boston, Mass.) a bitch puppy, whelped Jan. 10, 1885. 

TERRIERS. 

BULL-TUtBUBBS. 

Music—Mr. George W. Dixon (Worcester, Mass.) 
has purchased Mr. Henry Richmond's (Providence, 
R. I.) bitch Music (A.K.R. 2802). 

Quiver.— The Associated Fanciers (Philadelphia) 
have purchased Mr. G. P. 8tinson's (Leavenworth, 
Kan.) bitch Quiver (A.K.R. 1890). 

, Saxon.— The Associated Fanciers (Philadelphia) 
have purchased Mr. G. P. Sanson's (Leavenworth, 
Kan.) dog Saxon (A.K.R. 1708). 

Fox-Tkrrierb. 
Surrey Ned.— Mr. W. B. Brueckner (Cincinnati, 
O.) has purchased the Surrey Kennels' (EUloott City, 
Md.) dog Surrey Ned (A.K.R. 1906). 

Surrey Will.— The Associated Fanciers (Phila- 
delphia) have purchased the Surrey Kennels' (Ellicott 
City, Md.) dog Surrey Will (A.K.R. 1906). 



ON SALE. 



Entry fee (60 cents for S5 words or less, additional 
words t cents each) must accompany entry. Extreme 
care should be taken to write names plainly. Blanks 
burnished on receipt of addressed and 1 cent stamped 
envelope. 

COLLIES. 

Champion Stock. — Bex— Kitty Mac.— 

Puppies of both sexes by champion Rex (A.K.R. 149) 
out of Kitty Mac (A.K.R. 689). Born Jan. 8. Send 
for circular to Houghton Farm, Mountain ville, 
Orange county, New York. 



Corrections. 



All persons are urged to use extreme care to write 
plainly. Entries must be made on the blanks fur- 
nished for the purpose. Subscribers should note the 
corrections against the original entry. 

694. Beaufort.— Breeder should be W. W. Le- 
gare\ not G. H. Nixon. 

1440. Breeder, N. Elmore. 

2034. Caneels No. 1067. 

2178. Dam's pedigree should read, Bess out of 
Bhoda by Robinson's Jack, out of imported Bess by 
Duke. 

DEATHS. 
744. Rory O'More (Irish terrier). 
1713. Countess.— Severe rupture. 
1881. Zona. 
1988. Diane. 

Bruce H. (A.K.R. 695) -Mistletoe (AIR. 
1254) Puppies. -Six pointer puppies; three dogs 
and three bitches. 



M. P. McKoon. 

Fthe January Register we made a foot 
note to the pedigree of Mr. Tuck's Gipsey, 
by McKoon's Bozique out of owner's Yolande. 
to the effect that thepedigree of Bozique should 
be substantiated. The information given re- 
specting Bozique was suspiciously vague: but 
without stating so we asked that the pedigree 
be confirmed. This brought from Mr. McKoon 
a letter, in which he accused Mr. Tuck of in- 
competency, repeated what we already knew 
he claimed for Bozique, but gave no further 
particulars. To this we appended a statement 
of our position in the matter, and stated what 
we required to substantiate the pedigree. Mr. 
McKoon replied to this by an obscene and 
scurrilous effusion, in which he claimed to have 
further information respecting his do?, but de- 
clined to make it public. It is our opinion that 
Mr. McKoon has no further information re- 
specting Bozique, and pending the receipt of 
direct evidence, we shall take the liberty of be- 
lieving that the whole story regarding Bozique 
is a fabrication. We know Mr. McKoon pretty 
well by this time, and had inquiries instituted 
with a view of tracing this dog or his breeder. 
A letter addressed to Mr. McGowan, Edin- 
burgh, was opened and read by all of the Mr. 
McGowans known to the post office authori- 
ties of that city, but without finding the owner 
of Olyde or Glen, and the letter returned 
through the Dead Letter Office is now in our 
possession. Mr. McGowan's name is unknown 
to all the prominent exhibitors we have com- 
municated with, and a letter published in an 
English paper asking for information respect- 
ing him has so far failed to elicit a response. 
Mr. McKoon declines to assist our researches in 
any way by imparting information respecting 
the relatives of Mr. Robert K. Kamp, repre- 
sented as a mutual friend of his and Mr. Mc- 
Gowan's, and who is said to have brought 
Bozique to this country in the fall of 1882, and 
died a few months later. 

No reputable breeder will ever object to im- 
parting information respecting his dogs, but 
will do all he can to assist in investigating their 
pedigrees, and the obstacles thrown in our way 
by Mr. McKoon leads us to but one conclusion, 
that he has an object in foiling us. and that ob- 
ject the preventing our finding out that Bozique 
is not as represented by him. Such being our 
opinion, there is but one course open for us, 
and that is to decline the insertion of pedigrees 
of dogs bred in his kennels, placing him in the 
same category as Fred Grant, of Boston, and 
Dan Foster, of New York. 



Judicial Capacity Wanting. 

THE report of the committee of the Old Eng- 
lish Mastiff Club to their club on the 
Crown Prince case affords a useful and curious 
lesson of how apt committees are to wander 
from the right path when they undertake judi- 
cial functions, and particularly how esprit du 
corps will warp the right feelings of the most 
honest and honorable of men. The report is 
much too long to reproduce, and contains no 
features that have not been made known be- 
fore; but what we desire to direct attention to 
is the total misdirection of the inquiry by the 
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•object of the inquiry was whether Young Prince 
was or was not the sire of Crown Prince, but 
Mr. Hugh Dalziel incidentally introduced some 
matters which reflected on the integrity of 
Mr. Woohnore, who bred the litter, and is a 
member of the O. E. M. C. These outside 
■charges were disproved at the outset of the in- 
quiiyand Mr. Dalziel withdrew them, though 
Mr. Woohnore, in order to clear himself, was 
obliged to admit that he knew of Burnell hav- 
ing embezzled money he (Mr. Woohnore) had 
paid him. 

A careful analysis of the report shows that 
.seven-eighths of it is devoted to Mr. Woolmore 
and only one-eighth to the pregnant subject of 
the inquiry. The report was drawn by Dr. 
Sidney Turner, who was also the defender of 
the committee in the wordy war which took 
place in the Stock-Keeper, the letter signed 
^'A Member of the O. E. M. C. Committee" 
being from his pen. He is a gentleman of un- 
blemished character, and yet both he and his 
associates failed to recognize what their duties 
as judges called upon them to perform, and 
went grievously astray. 

The "Daniel* case is rather worse, for in it 
the rules of the Bristol show were very clearly 
uset at naught. One of the rules requires that 
a dog should have only a "plain" collar, while 
Daniel wore an ornamented one. Mr. Sheffield 
objected to Daniel on principle, but the com- 
mittee decided that only the letter of the rule 
had been violated, and allowed Daniel to take 
the prize. The rule is a foolish and obsolete 
one, but nevertheless it was a law, and as such 
the committee should have enforced it and 
then cancelled it. Mr. Harding Cox, whose 
wife owned Daniel, made the case conspicuous 
by his lording it over Mr. Sheffield and the 
committee in an offensive manner in the col- 
umns of the London Field, of which he is part 
proprietor. 

These oases, together with the protest against 
Meteor and Vanity, the mastiff puppy case and 
the more recent disqualification of Mr. Pierce, 
all tend to prove that there is a lamentable 
lack of judicial capacity on the part of many 
honorable gentlemen who have charge of dog 
shows, and it is high time we should have a 
clear-headed governing body. 



Toy Spaniel Club Scale. 

THE following scale of points for judging 
toy spaniels has been accepted by the Toy 
Spaniel Club: 

BLENHEIM, KINO CHARLES AND PRINCE CHARLES. 

.Head.— Should be well domed, and in good 
specimens is absolutely semi-globular— some- 
times even extending beyond the half circle 
and absolutely projecting over the eyes, so as 
nearly to meet the up-turned nose. 

Eyes.— The eyes are set wide apart, with eye- 
lids square to the line of the face— not oblique 
or fox-like. The eyes themselves are large, lus- 
trous and very dark in color, so as to be gener- 
ally considered black— t. e., their enormous 
pupils, which are absolutely of that color, in- 
creasing the description, from their large size 
there is almost always a certain amount of 
weeping shown at the inner angles. This is 
owing to a defect in the lachrymal duct. 

Stop.— The "stop," or hollow between the 
•eyes, is as well marked as in the bulldog, or 



even more so, some good specimens exhibiting 
a hollow deep enough to bury a small marble. 

Note,— The nose must be short and well 
turned up between the eyes, without any indi- 
cation of artificial displacement afforded by a 
deviation to either side The color of the end 
of the nose should be black, and it should be 
both deep and wide, with open nostrils. 

Jaw.— -The lower jaw must be wide between 
its branches, leaving plenty of space for the 
tongue, and for the attachment of the lower 
lips which should completely conceal the teeth. 
It should also be turned up or "finished" so as 
to allow of its meeting the end of the upper 
jaw, turned up in a similar way as above de- 
scribed. 

Ears— The ears must be long so as to ap- 
proach the ground. In an average-sized do* 
they measure 20 inches from tip to tip, and 
some reach more than 22 inches. They should 
be set low on the head and be heavily feath- 
ered In this respect the King Charles is ex- 
pected to exceed the Blenheim, and his ears 
occasionally extend to 24 inches. 

Shape.— In compactness of shape these span- 
iels almost rival the pug, but the length of the 
coat adds greatly to the apparent bulk, as the 
body when the coat is wetted looks small in 
comparison with that dog. Still it ought to be 
decidedly "cobby" with strong, stout legs, 
broad back and wide chest. The symmetry of 
the toy spaniel is of some importance, but it 
is seldom that there is any defect in this re- 
spect. 

Coat.— The coat should be long, soft, silky 
and wavy, but not curly. In the Blenheim there 
should be a profuse mane, extending well down 
in front of the chest. The feather should be 
well displayed on the ears and feet, where it is 
so long as to give the appearance of their being 
webbed. It is also carried well up the back of 
the legs. In the King Charles the feather on 
the ear is very long and profuse, exceeding 
that of the Blenheim by an mch or more. The 
feather on the tail (which is cut to the length of 
about three and a half to four inches) should 
be silky and from five to six inches long, con- 
stituting a marked "flag" of a square shape, 
and not carried above the level of the back. 

Color.— The color varies with the breed. The 
King Charles is a rich, glossy black and deep 
tan (without white), tan spots over the eyes and 
on the cheeks, and the usual markings (of tan) 
on the legs are also required. The Blenheim 
must on no account be whole-colored, but 
should have a ground of pure pearly white, 
with bright, rich chestnut or ruby red mark- 
ings evenly distributed in large patches. The 
ears and cheeks should be red, with a blaze of 
white extending from the nose up to the fore- 
head and ending between the ears in a cres- 
cent curve. In the center of this blaze there 
should be a clear "spot" of red of the size 
of a sixpence. The tri-color or black, white 
and tan, shall be known in future as the Prince 
Charles spaniel and should have the tan of the 
King Charles, with markings like the Blenheim 
in olack instead of red on a partly white 
ground. The ears and under the tail should be 
lined with tan. The Prince Charles has no 
' 'spot," that beauty mark being peculiarly the 
property of the Blenheim. 

Address all communications to American 
Kennel Register, P. O Box 2832, New York. 



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American Fox-Terrier Club. 

AT a meeting held at Delmonioo's, in New 
York city, for the purpose of forming 
an American Fox-Terrier Club, an organization 
was effected and the following officers elected: 
President, Mr. L. M. Rutherfurd, Jr.; Vice- 
President, Mr. F. R. Hitchcock :• Secretary- 
Treasurer, Mr. Edward Kelly. The standard 
of the English Fox-Terrier Club was adopted. 
The initiation fee was fixed at $5, and the an- 
nual dues at $5, payable on election ; the fiscal 
year beginning Jan. 1. The first annual meet- 
ing will be held at the coming Westminster 
Kennel Club's show, on a day to oe fixed. At 
the coming Westminster Kennel Club's show 
the following cups, value $25 each, are to be 
offered for competition, open to members of 
the American Fox-Terrier Club only: For 
best fox-terrier dog, best bitch, best wire- 
haired dog or bitch, best fox-terrier bred in 
America, best dog puppy and best bitch puppy. 
All communications to be made to Sir. 
^Edward KeDy, Secretary-Treasurer, 185 Fifth 
avenue, New York. 

POINTS OF THE FOX-TERRIER. 

Following is the standard recommended by 
the Fox-Terrier Club: 

1. Head.— -The Skull should be flat and mod- 
erately narrow, and gradually decreasing in 
width to the eyes. Not much "stop" should 
bd apparent, but there should be more dip in 
the profile between the forehead and top jaw 
than is seen in the case of a greyhound. 

The Cheeks must not be full. 

The Ears should be V-shaped and small, of 
moderate thickness, and drooping forward 
-close to the cheek, not hanging by the side of 
the head like a foxhound's. 

The Jaw, upper and under, should be strong 
And muscular. Should be of fair punishing 
strength, but not so in any way to resemble the 
greyhound or modern English terrier. There 
should not be much falling away below the 
•eyes. This part of the head should, however, 
b8 moderately chiselled out, so as not to go 
down in a straight slope like a wedge. 

The Nose, toward which the muzzle must 
gradually taper, should be black. 

The Eyes and the rims should be dark in 
color, small and rather deep set, full of fire, life 
And intelligence; as nearly as possible circular 
in shape. 

The Teeth should be as nearly as possible 
level, i. e., the upper teeth on the outside of the 
lower teeth. 

2. Neck.— Should be clean and muscular, 
without throatiness, of fair length, and gradu- 
ally widening to the shoulders. 

3. Shoulders.— Should be long and sloping, 
well laid back, fine at the points, and clearly 
cut at the withers. 

Chest. — Deep and not broad. 

4. Back.— Should be short,straight and strong, 
with no appearance of slackness. 

Loin. — Should be powerful and very slightly 
arched. The fore-ribs should be moderately 
arched, the back ribs deep; and the dog should 
be well ribbed up. 

5. Hind Quarters.— Should be strong and 
muscular, quite free from droop or crouch; 
the thighs long and powerful; hocks near the 
ground, the dog standing well up on them like 
a foxhound, and not straight in the stifle. 

6. Stern.— Should be set on high, and carried 



Sily, but not over tbe back or curled. It 
ould be of good strength, anything approach- 
ing a "pipe-stopper" tail being especially ob- 
jectionable. 

7. Leg*. —Viewed in any direction must be 
straight, showing little or no appearance of 
ankle in front. They should be strong in bone 
throughout, short and straight in pastern. 
Both fore and hindlegs should be carried 
straight forward in traveling, the stifles not 
turning outward. The elbows should hang 
perpendicularly to the body, working free of 
the sides. 

Feet,— Should be round, compact and not 
large. The soles hard and tough. The toes 
moderately arched and turned neither in nor out. 

8. Coat.— Should be smooth, flat, but hard, 
dense and abundant. The belly ana under side 
of the thighs should not be bare. 

9. Color. -White should predominate ; brindle, 
red, or liver markings are objectionable. Other- 
wise this point is of little or no importance. 

10. Symmetry^size and character.— -The dog 
must present a generally gay, lively and active 
appearance; bone and strength in a small com- 
pass are essentials; but this must not be taken 
to mean that a fox-terrier should be cloggy, 
or in any way coarse— speed and endurance 
must be looked to as well as power, and the 
symmetry of the foxhound taken as a model, 
the terrier, like the hound, must on no account 
be leggy, nor must he be too short in the leg. 
He should stand like a cleverly made hunter, 
covering a lot of ground, yet with a short 
back, as before stated. He will then attain the 
highest degree of propelling power together 
with the greatest length of stride that is com- 
patible with the length of his body. Weight 
is not a certain criterion of a terrier's fitness tor 
his work— general shape, size and contour are 
the main points; and if a dog can gallop and 
stay, and follow his fox up a drain, it matters 
little what his weight is to a pound or so. 
Though, roughly speaking, it may be said that 
he should not scale over SOlbs. iu show condi- 
tion. 

WIRE-HATRED FOX-TERRIER. 

This variety of the breed should resemble the 
smooth sort in every respect except the coat, 
which should be broken. The harder and more 
wiry the texture of the coat is, the better. On 
no account should the dog look or feel woolly; 
and there should be no silky hair about the 
poll or elsewhere. The coat should not be too 
long, so as to give the dog a shaggy appearance: 
but at the same it should show a marked and 
distinct difference all over from the smooth 
species. 

Points. 

1. Head and Ears 15 

2. Neck 5 

8. Shoulders and Chest 15 

4. Back and Lorn 10 

5. Hind Quarters 5 

6. Stern 5 

7. Legs and Feet 20 

8. Coat 10 

9. Symmetry and Character 15 

100 

DISQUALIFYING POINTS. 

1. Nose, white, cherry, or spotted to a con- 
siderable extent with either of these colors. 

2. Ears, prick, tulip, or rose. 

3. Mouth, much undershot or overshot. 



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The English Mastiff. 

BY M. B. WYNN. 

Part V.-Early History. 

Fwill be seen that the legitimate usee of the 
mastiff among the BritODs were to defend 
their homes and property, and also to assist in 
driving the semi-domesticated cattle, while in 
times of war they afforded a guard for the 
women and chariots. The Romans fought ani- 
mals in their amphitheaters, and from their 
savage fondness for such sights as gladiatorial 
shows and pitting animals against each other 
in all probability arose the introduction of 
baiting animals with dogs in England. The 
antiquity of such sport is shown in Pliny's ac- 
count of the Albanian dog that successfully 
baited the boar, lion and elephant before Alex- 
ander the Great some 800 years B. C. Baiting 
wild animals seems to have been a very fascin- 
ating spectacle to the Romans, and according 
to Funy the bear was transported to and pub- 
licly baited in Italy, and Claudian mentions 
the aptitude of the British Pugnaces. Accord- 
ing to Claudian and Martial, the forest of 
Britain produced a quantity of bears, and these 
continued in the North of England to the Con- 
quest. In the time of Edward the Confessor 
the town of Norwich was bound to furnish an- 
nually to th9 King "one bear and six dogs for 
baiting it." Such dogs were termed bear dogs 
(CanU ursarius), an old name for the mastiff. 

In some of the early constitutions of the 
Welsh princes, it is stated of the wild animals 
that are hunted only three are lawful for bait- 
ing, of which the bear is one. Chaucer men- 
tions that the Alan was good for baiting either 
the bear or lion. The mastiff was used to bait 
the bear principally, but at times even the 
horse and ass suffered, the latter animal fur- 
nishing a spirited combat. Strutt gives an 
illustration of a horse banded by the neck to a 
tree, being baited by two large dogs, which 
were evidently quite as large as and not unlike 
our mastiffs in body, but the drawing is in- 
different: one of the dogs has pinned the 
horse by the nose. This illustration is from 
MS. in the Royal Library. Stow states that 
baiting the bear, bull or horse in the open 
streets of London was prohibited. According 
to tradition the bull baiting took its rise in the 
reign of King John. William, Earl of Warren, 
standing upon his castle walls in Stamford, 
noticed two bulls fighting, and the owner of 
one of them, a butcher in the town, set "a great 
mastiff dog" upon his own bull, which forced 
it into the town, and the Earl, who was so 
pleased with the sport and tumult that ensued, 
that he gave the aftermath forever for grazing 
to the butchers of the town, on condition that 
they furnished annually a bull-running. 

It is mentioned by Caius and other old writ- 
ers that Henry IL ordered a mastiff to be hung 
because he had singly coped with and over- 
came the king of beasts. With the Tudors 
bear baiting became a royal sport, and assumed 
recognized rules for what was considered 
sportsmanlike treatment toward both bear and 
mastiff, and the following was as near as pos- 
sible the manner of procedure: A stump of 
wood was sunk level with the ground, into 
which was fastened a ring, to which the un- 
fortunate bear was made secure with . a long 
chain or rope; the bear was then unmuzzled. 



Several b«ar wardens were in attendance, and 
the mastiffs were fastened around at a con- 
venient distance out of reach. Then either 
one or two, generally the latter, were slipped 
without any collar, and if well trained went 
straight at the bear, trying to knock him back- 
ward with the rush, and fastening on to his 
throat, pin him down and worry him, keeping 
out of reach of his powerful claws and more 
terrible hug. One good, determined mastiff 
has before now proved a match for a bear, but 
in the usual way tne latter generally managed 
to disable one, or perhaps both of his assail- 
ants. Still Caius states that three mastiffs 
were more than a match for a bear and four 
for a lion. 

In R. Pierson's "Antfbossicon" published in 
1521, there are several bear-baiting scenes, 
which were introduced as a kind of caricature 
on the assailants, as Berjeau (who gives a plate 
of one, No. S3, in his work) explains, the bear 
being assailed by a greater number of mastiffs 
than was considered fair. The dogs are roughly 
drawn, yet their general characteristics are 
vast size, being nearly as large as the bear, 
their heads are large and short, with blunt 
muzzles, bodies short and stout, sterns short 
but not docked, ears cropped, wnich it shows 
was the fashion in 1521. The bear is banded 
with a rope to a stump in the ground. Lane- 
ham, writing about 1575 of bear-baiting per- 
formed before Elizabeth (which was a sport 
the masculine queen was greatly addicted to) 
says thirteen bears were provided for this oc- 
casion and were baited by "a great sort of 
bandog." This mention of a great sort of ban- 
dog is important, as it not only shows the cor- 
rectness of Caius's writing, but proves that up 
to 1575 bandog was a recognized name for the 
mastiff. From Caius we learn that the Eng- 
lish trained their mastiffs for' baiting the bull 
and bear, and that two were sufficient to 
master a bull at the utmost, and that the 
mastiffs wore no collars to protect their throats 
when baiting the bear. Shakespeare says in 
"Henry VI.." Scene 1, "Oft have I seen a hot 
swelling cur run back and hide because he was 
withheld. Who being suffered with the bear's 
fell paw. hath clapp'd his tail between his legs 
and cry'd." And again in "Merry Wives of 
Windsor," Act L, Scene 1, "Why do your dogs 
back so? Be there bears in the town? 1 ' and the 
following : "I have seen Sackerson loose twenty 
times and have taken him by the chain." 
According to Malone, Sackerson or Sacarson 
was the name of a noted bear in Shakespeare's 
time, baited at Paris Gardens. Vide Sir John 
Davis's Old Book of Epigrams: "Publius, a 
student of the laws, to the Paris Garden doth 
himself withdraw, leaving old Playden Dyer 
and Broke alone, to see old Harry Hunkes and 
Sacarson." Paris Garden was a great resort 
for bear baiting, and, among other writers, 
the satirist Bishop Hall wrote, "Much better 
than a Paris Garden bear." Historical accounts 
exist of numerous bear baitings that took 
place during Elizabeth's reign, and it is very 
possible that Shakespeare himself witnessed 
the splendid regal bear baitings at Kenilworth 
in 1575, of which Sir Walter Scott gives a most 
graphic account in the 17th chapter of his 
novel "Kenilworth " Such were the powers 
and activity of the mastiff in Elizabeth's reign, 
that in 1572. when Lord Backhurst was Amr 
bassador at the Court of Charles IX. of France,. 



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lie owned a mastiff which alone and unassisted 
baited successfully a bear, a leopard and a lion, 
and pulled them all down. And this is not a 
single instance. In the "Miscellanea Curiosa," 
published in 1723, it is mentioned that Conrad 
had a man hung for watching him baiting a 
bear with a single mastiff. 

Stow relates by an experiment or baiting 
made before James I., a lion was found an 
equal match for three mastiffs. The dogs were 
let loose one at a time. The two first were dis- 
abled by the conflict and died of their wounds, 
but the third, although severely torn, held on 
for some time to the lion's lip, and when obliged 
to quit bis hold, the lion, greatly exhausted, 
sought safety by flight, and leaping over the 
dogs, made off into his den. The dog recovered 
of his injuries and was taken care of by Prince 
Henry, but this was not the same animal as the 
fine mastiff introduced by Vandyke into his 
pictures of the children of Charles I., and of 
Killigrew, although some writers nave confused 
the two. In Stephano della Bella's etchings, 
made about 1642, is figured a mastiff on top of 
a bear, having thrown it on its back: the mas- 
tiff is nearly as large as the bear, has a vast 
head, short, blunt muzzle, short, stout limbs 
and massive body, with small ears and short 
stern. Strutt gives the following particulars 
of baiting in Queen Anne's reign. It is taken 
from an advertisement in a collection of bills, 
etc., in Harl Library No 15, and runs: "At a 
bear baiting at Hockley,in the Hole near Clerke- 
well green this present Monday. There are 
two bear dogs to jump three jumps apiece at 
the bear, which jumps higher for ten shillings 
to be spent, also a variety of bull and bear bait- 
ing, etc." Gay, who wrote his fables for the 
young Duke of Cumberland about 1725. in the 
XXXIV. fable of "The Mastiffs," mentions 
Hockley Hole and Marybone, both celebrated 
bear gardens, the former near the more modern 
Ray street, and in the Beggar's opera, Mrs. 
Peachem says: "You must go to Hockley Hole 
and Marybone, child, to see valour." 

Strutt mentions that asses were also baited 
at times, and he further adds, probably the 
poor beasts did not afford sufficient sport in 
the tormenting. This, however, shows some- 
what lack of knowledge on the part of Strutt, 
as the French have baited the ass until quite 
recent times, and the animal affords excellent 
sport, an example of which was exhibited in a 
fight between a mastiff and ass, both the prop- 
erty of Mr. Waddington, of Blackburn, an ac- 
count of which appeared in the weekly papers 
Nov. 8, 1879. The donkey was a fine young 
one, and was grazing in the field, when the 
mastiff rushed at it m a furious manner and 
fastened on to its nose. The donkey did not 
decline the combat, but, shaking the dog off, 
it bit it about the head and shoulders, tram- 
pled and struck it with its forefeet. The dog 
again seized the donkey, and all efforts to sep- 
arate them were of no avail. The dog repeat- 
edly fastened on the ass's nose, and blood flowed 
profusely from both animals, and at the end pf 
half an hour's fighting the owner appeared on 
the scene, and fresh attempts were made to 
part them, without success. The owner there- 
upon decided to have the dog shot, as it had by 
that time fastened with a firm hold on the 
donkey's nose. A gun was procured, the ser- 
vices of a good shot obtained, but so savage 



was the fight that it was difficult to shoot one 
animal without killing the other also. At last 
aim was taken and a bullet put into the dog's 
head, and it dropped to the ground. When 
the smoke cleared away the dog was dead, 
but the donkey had returned to the charge, 
kicking, biting and trampling on the dead dog, 
and was at last driven off with great difficulty. 
That a good active mastiff can hold its own 
against a bear was proved at Southoneram near 
Halifax. A mastiff bitch (belonging to Mr. 
Thompson, the grandfather of the late J. W. 
Thompson, breeder of Cantley's Quaker and 
Bill George's Tiger) was chained in the yard, 
when a man traveling with a large and savage 
bear, came to the house and sneeringfy 
offered to let the bitch have a go at it for a 
shilling. The bear was unmuzzled, and no 
sooner was the dog loosed than she went 
straight at it, knocked it over and nearly 
worried it straight off before she could be 
choked off, the showman crying out that he 
should be ruined by the brute of a dog. This 
bitch was the ancestress of Mr. Waddington's 
dog, and also of my Dreadnaught, perhaps the 
highest- couraged, nardest, most muscular and 
active mastiff that has been bred of late years. 
From these particulars on baiting with the 
mastiff may be gathered some idea of the 
number of them that were kept— their courage, 
strength, size and activity— but as well as lor 
baiting purposes they were used as watchdogs 
for mansions, also to guard woodyards, bleach- 
ing grounds and rabbit warrens up to the last 
50 years. 

Dogs Property in Minnesota. 

A LAW has recently been passed in Minne- 
sota by which dogs are declared to be 
personal property. The act is as follows: "An 
act declaring dogs to be personal property. 
Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of 
Minnesota: Section 1. All dogs owned or 
kept by any person for domestic or personal 
use, or for pleasure, are hereby declared to be 
personal property within the purview and 
meaning of the criminal laws of this State, and 
the laws of this State relating to larceny and 
malicious mischief or injury, shall be con 
strued to embrace and apply to said animals. 
Sec. 2. This act shall take effect and be in 
force from- and after its passage. Approved 
March 2, 1885." • FF 

To Correspondents. 

W. H. D.. Clarksville, Tenn.— Much obliged for the 
trouble you have taken. 

H. C. B., Springfield, Mass.— Fill out a blank giving 
the information just as you have in your letter. 

O. V. C, Middletown, Conn.— We must decline 
registering your spaniel Dash, the reason you will 
find set forth elsewhere under the heading ( *M. P. 
McKoon." 

R. J. I., Rockrille, Conn.— We decline inserting 
pedigrees of Hogs from Fred Grant's kennels, because 
of his publishing fictitious pedigrees and taking no 
notice of our request for an explanation. See page 

T. H. A , Pawtucket. R. I.-Address Major Piatt, 
Gorddinog, Bangor. Wales, England. You can find 
plenty of pure Laverack setters in this countrj, and 
for the most part better looking dogs. Put an ad- 
vertisement in Fwest ar.d Stream and you will 
think the woods are full of them. 



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New Haven Dor Show. 

THE second annual dog show of the New 
Haven Kennel Club was held on March 
18, 19 and 20, and proved highly satisfactory in 
every respect. Following is a complete list of 

AWARDS. 

MASTIFFS.— Champion— Dog*: 1st. Ashmont Ken- 
nels (Hero II.). Bitches: 1st, Ashmont Kennels (Lorna 
Doone).— Open— Dogs: 1st. Ashmont Kennels (Ilford 
Cromwell); 2d, Winlawn Kennels (Homer). Very 
high com. reserve, Winlawn Kennels (Hector). 
Very high com., Biverview Kennels (As-rippa); Win- 
lawn Kennels (Hildebert). High com.. P. Strasburger 
(Lay lass). Bitches: 1st, Winlawn Kennels (Rosa- 
lind) ;equal 2d, Winlawn Kennels (Prussian Princess 
and Hilda V.). Very high com. reserve, Winlawn 
Kennels (Queen II.). High com., J. Clary & Son 
(Onyx). Puppies: 1st and 2d, winlawn Kennels 
(Minerva and Tarquin). Very high com., J. Clary & 
Son (Druid); J. A. Howarth (Cedric's Gurth). High 
com., Blandford Kennels (Hubert). Com., River- 
view Kennels (Dumont). 

ST. BERNARDS.— Rough-Coated— Docs: J. W. 
Burgees (Bene); 2d, St. Bernard Kennels (Barry). 
Very high com. reserve, D. P. Foster (St. Elmo). 
Very high com., J. P. Bernard, Jr. (Prince). High 
com., L. F. Beckwith (Dare). Bitches: 1st, with- 
held; 2d, E. F. Mansfield (Venus). Puppies; 1st. 2d, 
and high com., E. F. Mansfield (DeEtte, Rajah, Pope 
and Ouisa). Smooth-Coated— Dogs: 1st, withheld; 
2d, H. H. Chittenden (Ernst). 

NEWFOUNDLANDS. — Dogs: 1st, Arcadia Ken- 
nels (Sam); 2d, Louis Sommer (Major). Very high 
com., Nelson L. Bonneau (Ben). High com., Q. H. 
Larned (Bruno): Acadia Kennels (Noble). Bitches: 
1st, St. Bernard Kennels (Juno); 2d, J. R. Gildersleeve 
(Fan) 

GREYHOUNDS.— Champion-H. W. Smith (Friday 



DLUlkU \JUUbUOr i/CUlUl&C/. UUlUj JU11U V1LJT aCUUQIB 

(Leo).— Puppies— Dogs: 1st, H. w. Huntington (High- 
lander) ; 2d, Master Snerwood McCollom (School Boy). 
Very high com., H. W. Smith (Stormy Night). High 
com., H. W. Huntington (Harlequin). Conu, Dr. O. 
F. Coe (Paris). Bitches :1st, 2d and com., H. W. Hunt- 
ington (Hawthorn Belle, Haidee and Honey Bee). 

DEERHOUNDS.— Doflw.'Clovernook Kennels (Mac); 
2d, John E. Thayer (Bran). Very high com., Clover- 
nook Kennels (Heather). High com., J. A. Butler, 
Jr. (Bruce). Com., Dr. W. H. Car malt (Roderick 
Dhu). Bitchms: 1st, Clovernook Kennels (Perth); 2d, 
C. B. Gilbert (The Banshee). Very high com., J. A. 
Butler, Jr. (Blithe). 

POINTERS.— Over tbu&.—Dogs: 1st, Clifton Ken- 
nels (Donald n.); 2d. C. H. Goodman (Rattler). Very 
high com., Knickerbocker Kennel Club (Knicker- 
bocker), E. J. Martin (Bangor). High com., E. K. 
(Sancho), J. F. Ives (Pete).— Under 55lbs.— 



1st, Dr. McCollom (Bon Ton); 2d, Clifton Kennels 
(Robin Adair). High com., David Scott (Ned). Com., 
A. C. Collins (Fritz).— Over 60lbs.— Bitches: 1st 
and 2d, Knickerbocker Kennel Club (Lucille and 
Flirt). High com., Merrimac Kennels (Jessie)— 
Under SOlbs.— Bitches: 1st, Clifton Kennels (Rosa); 
2d. F. Stevenson (Mistrel). Very high com., Clifton 
Kennelf (Lady Bang). High com.. Knickerbocker 
Kennel Club (Lady Isabel). Com.. Dan O'Sbea (Nel- 
lie). Puppies: 1st, Clifton Kennels (Lou); 2d, Geo. 
W. Huot (Bessie Black). Very high com., E. M. 
Crouch (Brock). High com.. Knickerbocker Kennel 
Club (Mamie G). Com., Geo. W. Huot (Judge 
Black). 

ENGLISH SETTERS.— Champion— 1st, Blackstone 
Kennels (Plantageneti.— Open— Dogs: 1st, F. Wind- 
holz (Rockingham); 2d, Blackstone Kennels (Fore- 
man). Very high com., Blackstone Kennels (Mack 
B.); F. A. Cannon (Yale Belton). High com., G. R. 
Nichols (Pride of the West). Com., F. A. Cannon 
(Count Tip>; W. N. Callender (Royal Coin); Rose- 
croft Kenuels (Brant F.); Walter B. Peet (Ted Llew- 
ellin). Bitches: 1st, F. Vvindholz (Princess Phoebus); 



2d, Blackstone Kennels (Forest Dora). Very high 
com.. Faster Bros. (Blonde EL); E. I. Martin (Count- 
ess Warwick). High com., Blackstone Kennels (Grace 
B.); H.J.Rice (Passion): Blackstone Kennels (Jen- 
nie HI.). Com., A. J. Callahan (Jolly Nell).— Pup- 
pies— Dop*: 1st, withheld; 2d, E. K. Sperry (Lan- 
man's Dan). Very high com. reserve. H. L. Co well 
(King Philip). Very high com.,R. B. Penn (Pilot). 
Bitches: 1st, W. E. Miller (Speckle); 2d, R. B. Penn 
(Nancy Dawson). Very high com. reserve, D. O'Shea 
(Speed). Very high com , J. A. Home (Speck Bel- 
ton). High com., Riverview Kennels (Countess Za- 
nettel. Com., H. A. Bailey (Fleet); Rosecroft Ken- 
nels (Hazel). 

BLACK AND TAN SETTRRS.— Champion— 1st, H. 
C. Glover (Tu^k).— Open— Dogs: 1st, C. R. Taylor 
(Gem) ; 2d, J. Conner (Black Thorn). Very high com. 
reserve, Merrimac Kennels (Dick). Very high com., 
C. 8mith (Chris). High com., C H. Redneld Glen 
H.). Com.. O. D. Washburn (Richard); J. Meacham 
(Ben). Bitches: 1st, D. O'Shea (Heather Less): 2d r 
daire-Reeta Kennels (Dora). Very high com., C. 
R. Taylor (Rhoda). High com., C. H. Redfield 
(Beauty). Com., Associated Fanciers (Edith). Pup- 
pies: 1st, John E. Thayer (Argus H.); 2d, C. 8. 
Fitch (Madge). Very high com., W. G. Drew (Top- 
sey's Boy). Com., C. R. Taylor (Topsey). 

IRISH SETTERS. —Champion — Wm. H. Pierce 
(Glencho).— Open— Dogs: 1st, Win. Jarvjs (Elcho, 
Jr.); 2d. J. H. Roberts (Bruce). Very high com. re- 
serve. E. W. Clark, Jr. (Blarney). Very high com., 
Max Wenzel (Chief, Jr.), Brush Hill Kennels (Rocket). 
High com.. C. W. Roedenburg (Chip). Henry B Goet- 
schius (Chief II.), Rory O'More Kennels (Rory O'More 
II.), Claire-Reeta Kennels (Glenciaire). Com., W. W. 
Crampfcon (Vanderbilt). Bitches: 1st. T. G. Buding- 
ton (Fawn); 2d, E. I. Martin (Reeta II.). Very high 
com. reserve, Wm. Jarvis (Lorna). Very high com., 
Rory O'More Kennels (Norine O'More), J. Henry Rob- 
erts (Jessie), Jean Grosvenor (Zelda). High com., 
Marmaduke Richardson (Hazel), Merrimac Kennels 
(Nana), Frank Leonard (Bess). Com., «i. S. Munson 
(May). Jean Grosvenor (Zingara).— Puppies— Dogs: 
•1st, 2d and very high com., Jean Grosvenor (Banker, 
Gerald and Terrance). High com., A. H. Whitte- 
more (Prince). Com., J. H. Hosley (Snyder). Bitches.- 
1st, Dr. A. McCollom (M'liss); S. M. Bryan (Jessie). 
Very high com. reserve and very high com., Wm. 
~ ■ (Molly Bawn and Rosy Kate). Com., Chas. 



Van Wie (Kate). 

IRISH WATER SPANIELS.-lst, withheld; 2d, 
Walter Scott (John). 

CLUMBER SPANIELS-DO?*; 1st, Miss N. B. 
Trowbridge (John Halifax, Gentleman); 2d, M. Rich- 
ardson (Bateman). Cora., G. W. Lovell (Jockey). 
Bitches: 1st, G. W. Lovell (Romp); 2d, C. C. Trow- 
bridge (Ursula). 

FIELD SPANIELS.— Champion— Ant Color over 
28lbs.— H. W. Huntington (Benedict).— Open— Ant 
Color, excepting Clumbers, oyer 26lbs.— 1st, A. 
Laidlaw (Newton-Abbot Lady); 2d, A. C. Wilmer- 
ding (Black Prince). Very high com. reserve, J. 
Luckwell (Bob, Jr.). Very high com., W. O. Par- 
tridge (Critic): E.W. Hotchkiss (Gloss); C. S. Francis 
(Beppo). High com., G. W. Schenk (Bonanza). 

COCKER SPANIELS.— Liver or Black, under 
28lbs.— Dogs: 1st, J. P. Willey (Obo n.); 2d, A. Laid- 
law (Young Obo). Very high com., J. P. Willey 
(Obo, Jr.). High com., J. M. Dewey (Dandy Zulu). 
Bitches: 1st, J. P. Willey (Shina); 2d,W. O. Partridge 
(Helen). V ery high com. reserve, J. P. Willey (Dinah 
W.). Very high com., same (Juno W.); S R. Hem- 
ingway (Miss Nance); A. Laidlaw (Black Meg); W. 
Scott (Darling). High com., J. B. Robertson, Jr. 
(Rose Obo).— Other than Liter or Black, under 
28lbs.— lsr, A. Laidlaw (Sport); 2d, A. C.Wilmerding 
(Marion). Very high com., W. Dunphr (Gilt Edge). 
High com., F. Smith (Queen).— Field or Cocker 
Spaniel Puppies- Dogs: 1st. A. E. Foster (Black Joe) ; - 
2d, S. R. Hemingway (Og). Very high com., F. H. 
Meacham (Boy). Bitches: 1st, A. Laidlaw (Belle); 
2d. F. Smith (Minnie). H<gh com., Merrimac Ken- 
nels (Shammy). 

FOXHOUNDS.— Dogs: st. Dan C'£hea (Forester 



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n.); 2d. Associated Fanciers (Dixey Jim). Very high 
com., Sherman Potter (Dime). High com., R. H. 
Meacham (Jerry). Oom..w. Scott (Colonel). Bitches: 
1st, B. A. Baldwin (Fanny); 2d, W. Scott (Qipsey). 

BEAGLE3.— Doge: 1st, Dan O'Shea (Rattler); 2d. 
E. J. Perkins (Gyp). Very high com., A. H. Wake- 
field & Co. (Leader): T. Whitney Biake (Mike 8.), 
Bitches: 1st, Dan O'Shea (Music); 2d, A. H. Wake- 
field & Co. (Bush). Very high com., N. Elmore 
(Maid and Jenny). High com., B. H. Fitzpatrick 
(Pansy), J. A. Blake (Diana). 

DACHSHUNDE. — 1st, wiihheld; 2d, Associated 
Fanciers (Bowery). 

FOX-TERRIERS. — Dogs: 1st. John E. Thayer 
(Baby Tyrant); 2d, Clovernook Kennels (Scarsdale). 
Very high com. reserve, Monmouth Kennels (Lance- 
let). Very high com.. Thos. Vaugh (Ned). High com.. 
John Hammond (Young Jocko). Com.. Fred Hill 
(Boxer). Bitches' 1st, J. E. Thayer (Richmond Olive) 
2d, Monmouth fcennels (Lyra), very high com., same 
(Nannie); Clovernook Kennels (Clover Belle).— Pup- 
rixa—Dogs: 1st, Clovernook Kennels (unnamed) ; 
2d, J E. Thayer (Surprise). High com., G. B. Inches 
(Gaylad). Bitchss: 1st. Clovernook Kennels (un- 
named); aid, D. S. Appleton, Jr. (Lulu). 

COLLIES.— Dogs: 1st, J.D.Shotwell (Ben Nevis); 
equal 2d. J. W. Burgess (Argyle) and Martin Dennis 
(Brack). Very high com. reserve, J. Lindsay (Hiram). 
Very high com.. E. A. Moseley (Laddie); E. B. Nich- 
ols (Shep). High com., J. Jindsay (Glencoe): Wal- 
ter Scott (Shep); Associated Fanciers (Guy). Bitches: 
1st, J. Lindsay (Fairy); 2d, E. B. Nichols (Lady 
Bess). Very high com., J. Lindsay (Nannie O); E. 
B. Nichols (Jean). High com., Martin Dennis (Daisy 
Queen).— Puppies— Do?*,- 1st, A. J. Bruff (Kolly B.); 
2d, J. Lindsay (Joe Nettles). Very high com. reserve, 
Mrs. W. J. Comstock (Dandie). Bitches: 1st, J. Lind- 
say (Gem); 2d, Martin Dennis (Stella). Very high 
com., Scotch Collie Kennel Club (Lothian Maid). 
High com., W. C. Powell (Foxie). Com., Scotch 
Collie Kennel Club (Midlothian Lassie). 

BULLDOGS.— Champion— Dogs: 1st, J. E. Thayer 
(Tippoo). Bitches: (Entry absent).— Opek— Dogs: 
1st, J. E. Thayer (Robinson Crusoe); 2d, J. Osborne 
(BokeD. Very high com., Clovernook Kennels 
(Clover Grip). Bitches: 1st, J. E. Thayer (Rhodora). 

BULL-TERRIERS.— Dogs: 1st, C. R. Taylor (Young 
Bill); 2d, Associated Fanciers (Saxon). High com., 
Dan O'Shea (Dan). Bitches: 1st, E. S. Porter 
(Victoria); 2d, F. F. Dole (Scarlet II.). Very high 
com., E. S. Porter (Nellie). High com., Associated 
Fanciers (Zook); G. E. Vaughn (Rose). Puppies: 
1st, F. F. Dole (The Earl). 

BLACK AND TAN TERRIERS.— 1st, John P. Bar- 
nard, Jr. (Wallace).' 

BOUGH-HAIRED TERRIERS.— 1st, S. S. Thomp- 
son (Moses); 2d, Allerton, Moses A Allerton(Patsey). 

DANDIE DINMONT TERRIERS.— 1st, Thomas H. 
Bell (Auld Reekie). 

IRISH TERRIERS. -1st, Dan O'Shea (Erin). 

BEDLINUTON TERRIERS.— 1st, Dan O'Shea 
(Sting): 2d, F. P. Kirby (Beresford). 

SKYE TERRIERS.— 1st, W. J. Comstock (Souter 
Johnnie). 

FUGS.— Doov: 1st. Chequasset Kennels (Young 
Toby); 2d, M. J. Meara (Punch). Very high com., 
Allerton, Moses & Allerton (Dandy); W. C. Root 
(Punch) ; City View Kennels (Napoleon). High com. , 
J. B. Reddle (Sambo). Bitches: 1st, Chequasset 



Kennels (Tra -la-la); 2d, high com. and com., City 
View Kennels (Flossy, Beauty and Daisy II.). 
I^uppies: 1st, 2d and high com., City View Kennels 



(Vera, Lorna, and Frolic). Com., W. J. Sullivan 
(Polo). 

YORKSHIRE TERRIERS,— Over 5lbs.— 1st and 
2d, J. R. Qiidersleeve (Roger and Nellie). Very high 
com., John Hammond (Prince).— Under 5lbs.— 1st, 
withheld; 2d, John Hammond (Dandy). 

TOY TERRIERS.— Othb»thak Yorkshire -Undir 
Tlbs.— 1st, P. McKiarnan (Daisy); 2d, Mrs. John 
O'Brien (Dixey II.). Very high com. reserve, P. Mc- 



Kiarnan (Minnie Warren). Very high com., Johns 
O'Brien (Topsy). High com., F. A. Cannon (Pet H.) r 
Alfred Ives (Belle), Dan O' Shea (Nellie). 

KING CHARLES SPANIELS.— 1st, John Hammond 
(Topsy); 2d, Wm. Phillips (Pitou). 

BLENHEIM SPANIELS.— 1st, J. Hart (Boy); 2d, J. 
P. Barnard (Pete). 

ITALIAN GREYHOUNDS. -1st, Miss E. Van Bu« 
ren (Fanny); 2d, Mrs. J. R. Gildersleeve (Blan-she). 

POODLES.— 1st. J. Hammond (Cognac); 2d, Mrs. 
G. Wooster (Charley). 

MISCELLANEOUS.— Ovbb 25lbs.— 1st, Maizeland 
Kennels (Nemours); 2d, J. R. Gildersleeve <Zar).— 
Under 25lbs.— 1st, Mrs. H. T. Foote (Me-Too); 2d, J. 
R. Gildersleeve (Minnie). High com., H. L. Jesse! 
(Jim), C. W. H. Ellis (Don). 

SPECIAL PRIZES. 

Best kennel of mastiffs, Winlawn Kennels. 

Best mastiff dog, ILford Cromwell; do. bitch, Rosa- 
lind. 

Best mastiff dog puppy, Tarquin; do. bitch, Min- 
erva. 

Best rough-coated St. Bernard dog, Rene; do. bitch. 
Venus. 

Best rough-coated St. Bernard puppy, De Ette. 

Best smooth-coated St. Bernard dog, Ernst. 

Best kennel St. Bernards, E. F. Mansfield. 

Best Newfoundland dog, Sam; do. bitch, Juno. 

Best kennel greyhounds, H. W. Smith. 

Best greyhound dog, Memnon : do. bitch. Begonia. 

Best greyhound puppy, Hawthorne Belle. 

Best deerhound dog, Mac; do. bitch, Perth. 

Best deerhound bitch in open class, Perth. 

Best heavy pointer dog, Donald II. ; do. bitch, Lu- 
cille. 

Best light pointer dog, Bon Ten; do. bitch, Rosa. 

Best pointer in show, Donald II. 

Best pointer dog puppy. Brock; do. bitcn, Lou. 

Best pair English setters. Foreman and Planta- 
genet. 

Best English setter dog, Rockingham; do. bitch. 
Princess Phoebus. ^ 

Best setter in the show, Rockingham. 

Best kennel English setters, Biackstone Kennels. 

Best English setter dog puppy, Dan; do. bitch, 
Speckle. 

Best English setter dog in open class, Rockingham. 

Best brace of imported English setters. Rocking- 
ham and Princess Phoebus. 

Best Gordon setter dog, Turk; do. bitch, Heather 
Lass. 

Best pair Gordon setters. Gem and Rhoda. 

Best uordon dog puppy, Argus II.; do. bitch, 
Madge. * 

Best Irish setter dog, Glencho; do. bitch, Fawn. 

Best Irish setter dog puppy, Barker; do. bitch 
puppy, sired by Glencho, MlSss. 

Best kennel Irish setters, Jean Grosvenor. 

Best pair of Irish setters, Elcho, Jr., and Lorna. 

Best Irish water spaniel, John. 

Best Clumber spaniel dog, John Halifax, Gentle- 
man; do. bitch, Romp. 

Best field spanieL Benedict. 

Best kennel spaniels, J. P. WiUey. 

Best cocker spaniel dog, II. ; Obo do. bitch, Shina. 

Best black spaniel dog puppy. Black Joe. 

Best foxhound dog, Forester IL ; do. bitch, Fanny. 

Best dachshund, Bowery. 

Best beagle, Rattler. 

Best fox terrier dog, Raby Tyrant; do. bitch, Rich- 
mond Olive. 

Best fox-terrier dog puppy, Oliver; do. bitch, 
Scarsdale— Pnscilla puppy. 

Best kennel collies, Jas. Lindsay. 

Best collie dog. Ben Nevis; do. bitch, Fairy. 

Best collie puppy, Kolly B. 

Best pair of bulldogs, Tippo and Robinson Crusoe. 

Best bulldog, Tippo; do. bitch, Rhodora. 

Best pair of bull-terriers. The Earl and Scarlet II. 

Best bull terrier dog, Young Bill; do. bitch, Victora. 

Best bull-terrier puppy, The Earl. 

Best black and tan terrier, Wallace. 

Best Skye terrier, Souter Johnnie. 

Best pug dog, Toby; do. bitch, Tra-la-la. 



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Best pug puppy. Vera. 

Best rough-haired terrier, Moses. 

Best collection of Yorkshires, Argyle Kennels. 

Best Iri6h terrier, Erin. 

Best Italian greyhound, Fanny. 

Best toy dog, Dixey II. : do. bitch, Daisy. 

Best basset hound, Nemours. 

Best dog in miscellaneous class, over 251bs., 
Nemours. 

Bear, bitch in miscellaneous class, under SSlbs., 
Minnie. 

New Orleans Dos Show. 

HELD on March 5 to 9, under the auspices 
of the World's Cotton Centennial and In- 
dustrial Exhibition. Below are the 
AWARDS. 

MASTIFFS.— Dogs\ 1st, F. Olroyd (Duke); 2d, 
withheld. Bitches: 1st, withheld; 2d, a. Wilson 
(Duchess II.). 

ST. BERNARDS.— Rough-Coated— Dqa«: 1st, E. 
M. Hall (Tell). Bitches: Pi izes withheld. Com., T. 
Sch w artz, Jr. (Bella) . — Smooth-Coated— Bitches : 1st, 
withheld; 2d, H. J. Clapham (Princess Ida). 

NEWFOUNDLANDS.— 1st, J. B. Judin (Miro). 

GREYHOUNDS.— Dogs: 1st, withheld ; 2d, J. Fors- 
ter (Swiss). Bitches: 1st, J. Forster (Lady). 

POINTERS.— Over 55lbs.— Dogs: 1st, withheld; 
2d, T. Schwartz (Don). -Under 56lbs.— Dogs: let, 
withheld; 2d, L. Bollin (Duke). Bitches: 1st, with- 
held; 2d, T. Schwartz, Jr. (Fancy). Com.. F. Foy 
(Dot). Puppies: 1st and 2d, witnheld. Very high 
com., C. T. Armstrong (Dot). 

ENGLISH SETTERS.-Extra CHAMPioN-Doflf«.- 
1st, S. S. McCuen (Dick Laverack).— Champion— 
Dogs: 1st, W. B. Gate* (Paul Gladstone). Bitches: 
1st, J. M. Avent (Bessie A.).— Open— Dogs: 1st, J. A. 
McDonough (Count Clickstone); 2d, W. B. Mallory 
(Dave B.). Very high com., E. tl. Smart (Ponce de 
Leon) and C. T. Armstrong (Babe). High com. , W. 
H. Coleman (London) Com., Chas. E. Wallin (Rex 
Gladstone) and John K. Renaud (Boyd). Bitches: 
1st, J. M. AveDt (Juno A.); 2d. Wm. Bowles, Jr. (Bo- 
Peep). Very high com. reserve, Dallas KeDnels 
(Countess House) and Minnie St. Clair (Chicago 
Pearl). High com., J. M. Thompson (Lena). Com., 
H. Fountain (Tangipahoa). Puppies: 1st, Minnie St. 
Clair (Sweetheart); 2d, C. E. Wallin (Paragon). Com., 
G. R. Westfeldt (Daisy). 

BLACK AND TAN SETTERS— Champion— Only 
entry absent.— Open- Dogs: 1st, withheld: 2d, E. 
Landry (Jeff). Very high com., A. C. Winn (Dash). 
Bitches: No entries. Puppies: 1st, P. N. Kelly (El 
Mahdi). 

IRISH SETTERS.— Champion -2>Oflr«: 1st, J. A. J. 
Sprague (Brush). Bitches: C H. Buford (Mamie).— 
Open Dogs: 1st, W. D. & B. L. Mallory (Duke); 2d, 
U. H. Buford (Bally Clare). Very high com., F. Fay 
(Hamlet). Com., Wm. Dupee (Bandit). Bitches: 1st, 
J. A. J. Sprague (Megora); 2d, J. Licht (Beile Lucille). 
High com.. Crescent City Kennels (Queen). Com., 
Wallace Wood (Kilkenny). Puppies: No entries. 

IRISH WATER SPANIELS. -CHAMPiON-lst, T. 
Donoghue (Count Bendigo).— Open— 1st, C. B. Rodes 
(King Slash); 2d, Minnie St. Clair (Reno). 

FIELD SPANIELS.-ANY CoLOR-lst, withheld; 
2d, Mr. A. E. Randle (Charlie). 

COCKER SPANIELS.— 1st, Minnie St. Clair (Bene 
Silk). Puppies: No entries. 

FOXHOUNDS.— No award. 

BEAGLES.— Bitches: 1st, J. M. Avent (Phantom). 

DACHSHUNDE.— 1st, Mohawk Kennels (Waldine) ; 
2d, Theo. Schwartz Jr. (Max). 

FOX-TERRIERS.- Dogs: 1st, E. L. Israel (Blucher); 
2d. Theo. Schwartz, Jr. (Trim). Bitches: 1st, Theo. 
Schwartz (Sin); 2d, E. S. Israel (Gyp). Puppies: 1st, 
N. T. Hams (Tiny). 

COLLIES.— Champion— Dogs: Only entry absent. 
Bitches: No entiles.— Open— Dogs: 1st, R. F. Henry 



(Woodlark). Com.. M. Beck Bay (Sheppy B.). 
Bitches: 1st, A. L. Redden (Nellie); 2d, R. Y. Henry 
(Lassie VH). Puppies: 1st, B. F. Henry (Dundee). 

BULL-TERBIERS.— 1st. G.Arnold (Napoleon Jack). 

HARD-HAIRED SCOTCH TERRIERS.— 1st, J. H. 
Naylor (Rosie). 

BLACK AND TAN TERRIERS.-Oveb 7LB8.-lst, 
withheld; 2d, Geo. Gillivan (Daisy). 

DANDIE DINMONT TERRIERS. -1st, Mrs. John 
H. Naylor (Pansy). 

SKYE TERRIERS.— 1st, R. P. LeSassier (Orel); 2d, 
John Young (Topsy). 

PUGS.— Champion— 1st. Mohawk Kennel (Bo-Peep). 
—Open— Dogs: 1st. Geo. Gillivan (Solid Coin). Very 
high com . Mrs. H. S. Kellogg (Snoozer). Bitches: 
1st. Geo. Gillivan (Peggy); 2d. Mrs. J. M. McCuen 
(Frou Frou). Very high com., W. A. Fletcher (Bessie). 

YORKSHIRE TERRIERS.— Over 5lbs.— Prizes 
withheld. Com., Mrs. W. A. Sand (Posey).— Under 
Slbs.— Awards withheld. 

TOY TERRIERS. — Under 7lbs.— Mrs. W. A. 
Fletcher (TopsyJ; 2d, Minnie St. Clair (Gypsey). Very 
high com., Theo. Schwartz, Jr. (Dude) and Mohawk 
Kennel (Zulu Princess). 

ITALIAN GREYHOUNDS.— 1st, Miss Nellie Austin 
(Nellie). 

MISCELLANEOUS.— Awards withheld. 
SPECIAL PRIZES. 

Best English setter— bench show record— S. S. Mc- 
Cuen' s Dick Laverack. 

Best English setter dog— bench show and field trial 
record— W. B. Gates's Paul Gladstone. 

Best rough-coated St. Bernard dog. E. M. Hall's 
Tell. 

Best smooth-coated St. Bernard bitch, Harry J. 
Clapham's Princess Ida. 

Best mastiff dog, Foster Orloyd's Duke. 

Best mastiff bitch, Geo. Wilson's Duchess. 

Best pointer dog, Theo. Schwartz, Jr.'s Don. 

Best pointer bitch, Theo. Schwartz, Jr.'s fcancy. 

Best pointer puppy, C. T. Armstrong's Dot. 

Best English setter dog in open class, J. A. McDon- 
ough's Count Glickstone. 

Best Fnglish setter bitch, J. M. Avent's Juno A. 

Best English setter puppy, Minnie St. Clair's Sweet- 
heart. 

Best brace English setters, J. M. Avent's Bessie A. 
and Juno A. 

Best Irish setter dog, J. A. J. Sprague 's Brush. 

Best Irish setter bitch, J. A. J. Sprague 's Megora. 

Best brace Irish setters, J. A. J. Sprague's Brush 
and Megora. 

Best Irish setter owned in Louisiana, J. L. Harris's 
Guy. 

Best setter bitch shown with five of her progeny, 
C H. Buford's Mamie. 

.Best black and tan setter dog, E. Landry's Jeff. 

Best Irish water spaniel dog, T. Donoghue's Count 
Beudigo. 

Best Irish water spaniel bitch, M. St. Clair's Reno. 

Best Irish water spaniel dog in open class, C. B. 
Rodes's King Slash. 

Best cocker spaniel, Minnie St. Clair's Bene Silk. 

Best cocker spaniel puppy, Minnie St. Clair's Bene 
Silk. 

Best foxhound, J. M. Avent's Fleato. 

Best beagle, J. M. Avent's Phantom. 

Best dachshund, Mohawk Kennels 1 Waldine. 

Best fox-terrier, E. L. Israel's Blucher. 

Best collie dog, R. F. Henry's Woodlark. 

Best collie bitch, A. Reddeu's Nellie. 

Best hard haired Scotch terrier, John H. Naylor's 
Ro.<ie. 

Best black and tan terrier, George Gillivan 's Daisy. 

Best Dandle Dinmont tenter bitch, Mrs. John H. 
Naylor's Pansy. 

Best pug dog, George M. McCuen 's Sambo. 

Best pug dog owned by a lady in New Orleans. Mrs. 
H. S. Kellogg's Snoozer. 

Best pug bitch. Mohawk Kennels' Bo-Peep. 

Best black and tan toy terrier, Mrs. W. A. Fletcher's 
Topsy. 



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Fixtures. 

dog shows. 

May 13, 14, 15.— Third Annual Show of the Toronto 
Dog Show Association. W. S. Jackson, Secretary, 
Toronto, Ont. 

May 19, *>, 21, 22.— Philadelphia Kennel Club Show, 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

June 2, 3, 4, 5.— First Annual Show of the Illinois 
Kennel Club, Chicago, 111. John H. Nay lor, Secre- 
tary, 3,182 Archer avenue, Chicago, III. 

October.— Annual Doer Show of the Western Penn- 
sylvania Poultry Society, Pittsburgh. C. B. EJben, 
Secretary, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

FIELD TRIALS. 

November.— 8© venth Annual Field Trials of the 
Eastern Field Trials Club, High Point. N. C. W. A. 
Coster, Secretary, Slatbush, L. I., N. Y. 

Dec. 7.— Seventh Annual Field Trials of the Na- 
tional Field Trials Club, Grand Junction. Tenn. B. 
M. Stephenson, Secretary, La Grange, Tenn. 



Bradford Hero. 

OUR illustration this month is that of the 
Yorkshire terrier Bradford Hero, owned 
by Mrs. Foster, of Bradford, England. He was 
whelped on April 23, 1878, and is by Bruce XL 
(£. 6,724) out of Minnie (E. 7,739). To recapit- 
ulate the winnings of this grand specimen 
would occupy nearly a page of the Register, 
as he has for years swept the board. Mrs. Fos- 
ter did tell us, when we saw her at Bradford 
last fall, how many prizes Hero had won, and 
we think we remember the figures, but they 
are so enormous that we dare not risk trusting 



to memory. Bradford Hero's prices were not 
all country show winnings, but at the Alexan- 
dra Palace, Birmingham, Crystal Palace, Dar- 
lington, York, and such prominent shows Mrs. 
Foster's crack repeatedly defeated all comers. 



Investigating Pedigrees. 

Editor American Kennel Register: 

I would suggest to any one who may wish to 
trace pedigrees of dogs imported from England 
that, although the process may be slow, it is by 
no means a hopeless task. I bought my Gipeey 
through a shopkeeper in Darlington, who could 
not get her pedigree. I got the name of Mr. 
Tom B. Swinburne as a doggy man in Darling- 
ton, and wrote him about it. He traced her 
from Darlington to an auctioneer at Hartepool, 
who got her from a ship, captain at Whitby, 
who got her from Scarbro as one of Mr. Cur- 
tis's breeding {there it ended. Rather unprom- 
ising so tar. When so well-posted a doggy man 
as **Billy" Graham had never heard of a Curtis 
as an exhibitor, and could not find such a name 
in the "Fanciers' List," it looked still worse. 
Then I went back to earlier exhibitors, and in 
Mr. M. B. Wynn found the man I wanted, who 
gave me Mr. Curtis's address. I wrote Mr. 
Curtis, and the chain of the ship captain of 
Whitby and auctioneer of Hartepool enabled 
him to identify her. 

The best course te pursue is to get the name 
of some doggy man in the place the dog is said 
to have come from. This can easily be ob- 
tained from the English Stud Book, or the 
reports of shows in the English papers, or I 
suppose you, Mr. Editor, can and will supply a 
name. Write this party, giving all the infor- 
mation you can collect, and you will be very 
apt to get a start. Perhaps only a reference to 
somebody else, but keep on and you will be 
very likely to get it at last. However, this all 
depends on the honesty of the information you 
get as a starting point. If that is spurious your 
case is nearly hopeless. It is very important 
to get hold of a specialist in the breed you are 
dealing with. If you are looking up a mastiff 
pedigree write Mr. M. B. Wynn, and if he does 
not trace it give it up as a bad case. 

W. Wade. 

Hultok, Pa. April 16, 2885. 



GRAND DUKE. — We inadvertently last 
month gave Messrs. L. & W. Rutherfurd as the 
owners of Grand Duke, instead of Messrs. R. & 
W. Livingston. 



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Rules Governing Registration. 

No duplication of names already registered will be 
permitted. This can be avoided by the addition of a 
distinguishing number or other prefix or suffix. 

The names of well-known unregistered prise win- 
ners will not be registered for other dogs or the same 
breed. 

No name will be registered of a nature to mislead, 
such as "Gladstone II.,'* or Gladstone, Jr.," for a 
setter not a descendant of that well-known dog. 

No pedigree will be extended beyond a dog already 



__. in the American Kxnnkl Rbgibtzb, ex- 
cept in the case of a correction or the supplying of 
new and hitherto unknown information. 
The right is reserved to exclude any portion of a 



pedigree which is of doubtful authenticity, and to 
decline the insertion of a pedigree supplied by any 
person who is known to have given or published false 
pedigrees or information respecting his dogs. 



Abbreviations. — "A.K.R.," American Kennel 
Register. "£.," English Kennel Club Stud Book. 
"A. t " National American Kennel Club Stud Book. 

Pedigree Register. 

Entry fee (SO cents) must accompany each entry. 
Extreme care should be taken to write names plainly. 
Blanks furnished on receipt of addressed and 1 cent 
stamped envelope. 

BEAGLES. 

2313* Flasher, white, black and tan dog, 
whelped June 9. 1884. Breeder, Mr. N. Elmore, 
Granby, Conn. Owner, Mr. F. D. Ogilby, New 
Brighton. S. I. , , «. 

Sire— Ringwood, by Lord de Freyne's Ranter out 
of Earl Lewis's Beauty, by Riot out of Counters. 

Dam— Roxy, by Rattler (Warrior— Rosey) out of 
True, by Darwin out of Maud. 

2314. Goodwood Belle, black, white and 
tan bitch, whelped June, 1884. Breeder. Mr. J. N. 
Dodge. Detroit, Mich. Owner, Mr. S. C. Graff, Pitts- 
burg, Pa. 

Sire— Dodge's Rattler, by imported Warrior out of 
Rowett'8 Rosey, by imported Sam out of imported 
Dolly. 

Dam— Dodge's Spider, by Rowett's Rally (imported 
Sam— imported Dolly) out of Rowett's imported 
Dolly. 

2315* Rollick, white, black and tan and 
ticked dog, whelped Feb. 28, 1886. Breeder, Mr. N. 
Elmore, Granby, Conn. Owner?. Rokeby Kennels, 
Bar ry town. Dutchess county, N. T. 

Sire— Ringwood, by Lord de Freyne's Ranter out 
of E*rl Lewis's Beauty. 

Daw— Mary, by Flute (Rattler— True) out of Lucy, 
by Juno out of Old Bess. 

2316. Royster, white, black and tan and 
ticked dog, whelped Feb. 28, 1885. Breeder, Mr. N. 
Elmore, Granby, Conn. Owners. Rokeby Kennels, 
Barry town, Dutchess county, N. T. 

Litter brother to Rollick (A.K.R. 2815). 

23 1 7. Veto, white, black and tan bitch, whelped 
October, 1880. Breeder, Mr. W. H. Todd, Vermillion, 
O. Owners, Associated Fanciers, 237 South Eighth 
street, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Sire— Lee, by imported Warrior out of Rowett's 
Rosey, by imported Sam out of imported Dolly. 

Dam -Vic, by Rowett's Darwin (Rally— Rosey) out 
of Baker's Lady, by Rowett's Rock out of Baker's 
Fannie. 

2318. Zany* white, black and tan bitch, 
whelped July 11, 1884. Breeder, Mr. W. H. Todd, 
"Vermillion, O. Owners. Associated Fanciers, 287 
South Eighth street, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Sire— Rowett's Racer, by Rowett's Rally (imported 



Sam— imported Dolly) out of Rowett's Iill, by im- 
ported Warrior out of Rosey. 
Dam— Veta (AJK.R. 2817). 



COLLIES. 

2319. Ailie, black and white bitch, whelped 
Feb. 20, 1882. Breeder, Mr. Elliott Johnston, Bal- 
timore, Md. Owner. Mr. George H. Elder, Green 
8pring Farm, Plkesville, Md. 

£fre~ Twetdll. (A.K.R. 894). 

Dam- Johnston's Bonnie, by Watt's Roy out of 
Lassie (imported 1879), by Hamish (E. 2£64) out of 
Trio (E. 5,442). 

2320. Bounce, light sable and white dog, 
whelped June 8, 1881. Breeder. Mr. A. W. Darnley- 
Owner, Mr. Jas. Watson, P. O. Box 770, Philadelphia., 
Pa. 

Sire— Tramp (E. 9,445), by Old Sweep out of Lassie. 

Dam— Heather, by coampion Cocksie (E. 7,519) out. 
of Jeannie (E. 7.545), by Crumley (EL 6,409) out of 
Lassie, by Garry, he by Mec (E. 2,870). 

Imported from Mr. Wm. Graham, Belfast, April, 

2321. Dnnmore* sable, white ruff, paws and 
tag, doe, whelped Dec. 24, 1888. Breeder, Mr. J. Van 
Scnatck, Kalmia Kennels, Huntington, L. I. Owner, 
Mr. Sands Kenyon Gorham, 121 Madison avenue,. 
New York. 

Sire— Sable (E. 11,852), by Charlemagne (E. 10,641) 
out of Minx. 

Aim-Olivia (E. 14,126), by Old Sweep (Mec— 
Flora) out of Drumlln Lassie, by Laddie out of Flora. 

2322. Fannie, black and tan bitch, whelped 
Sept. 16, 1888. Breeder, name not known. Owners, 
Messrs. Atlee Burpee & Co., 475 and 477 North Fifth 
street, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Sire— Not known. 

Dam—Rose. This bitch was purchased from a ladjr 
in Aberdeen by Mr. Wm. Brockie. Jr. She proved 
to be in whelp, and had a litter of three dogs and 
two bitches. Fannie and Kate (2824) are the two 
bitches. 

2323. Gaffa JX, black and tan dog, age not 
given. Breeder, Mr. Francis B Rice, Boston, Mass. 
Owner, Mr. B. Holmes, Jr., Mountain ville, orange 
county, N. Y. 

Sire -Imported Gaffa, by Gaff out of Lotbern's- 
Lill. 

Dam— Rice's Middle, by Apgar's Laddie out of im- 
ported Judy. 

2324. Kate, black and tan bitch, whelped Sept. 
16, 1888. Breeder, not known. Owners, Messrs. W. 
Atlee Burpee & Co., 475 and 477 North Fifth street. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Litter Bister to Fannie (A.K.R. 2822). 

2325. Lassie IV., black and tan bitch, whelped 
July 17, 1884. Breeder and owner, Mr. Geo. H. Elder, 
Green Spring Farm, Plkesville, Md. 

Sire— Staveley's Time, by Harrison's Laddie (Coop- 
er's imported dog— Harrison's imported Fannie) out 
of Staveley's Nellie, by Crozier's imported Sport out 
of his imported Nellie. 

Dam— Ailie (A.K.R. 2819). 

2326. Princeton, black and tan dog, whelped 
Oct. 8, 1884. Breeder, Mr. Chas. S. Fitch, Fort Wash- 
ington, New York city. Owner, Mr. Haywarde S. 
Cozzens, 224 East Fifteenth street, New York. 

Sire— J. H. Wright's Rover, by imported Shep (by 
Old Shep) out of imported Hornpipe. 

Dam -Duchess, by Tatum's Dash out of imported 
Lassie. 

2327. Re. black and tan, white on breast, dog, 
whelped May 7, 1884. . Breeder. Mr. Wm. Hcwell, 
West Chester, Pa. Owners, Messrs. W. Atlee Bur - 
pee & Co., 475 and 477 North Fifth street, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 

Sire— Oscar, imported together with Rose; see 
Fannie ( A. K.R. 2822). 
Dam— Imported Rose: see Fannie (A.K.R. 2822). 



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2328* Scot, black, tan and white do?, whelped 
Jan. 7, 1885. Breeder, Mr. B. Holmes, Jr., Mountain- 
ville, Orange county, N. T. Owner, Mr. Kimball, 
Matteawan, Dutchess county. N. Y. 

Sire-Gafta. II. (A.K.R. 2828). 

Dam— Bessie. 

ITALIAN GREYHOUNDS. 

2329. Zelpna, fawn and white bitoh, whelped 
MayS. 1881. Breeder, fr>r. B. 0. Howel, Worcester, 
England. Owner, Mr. Henry C. Burdlck, 160 Bridge 
street, Springfield, Mass. 

Sire— Romeo. 

Dam— Gem. 

GREAT DANES. 

2330. Wallace, ash color, black spots, dog, 
whelped Feb. 10, 1881. Breeder, Mr. Linshimer, Park 
avenue and Eighty -fourth street, New York. O wner , 
Mr. J. L. Winchell, Fair Haven, Vt. 

Sire - Otto, by Paris out of imported Sophia. 
Dam— Imported Dlna. 



POINTERS. 

2381* Bella* lemon and white bitch, whelped 
Jan . 28, 1885. Breeder, Mr. C. J. Peshall, Jersey City, 
N. J. Owner. Mr. Wm. M. Fliess, Jr. 

Sire— Jimmie (A.K.R. 1*80). 

Dam— Temptation (A.K.R. 1590). 

2332. Belva, white, liver and ticked bitch, 
whelped Oct. 2, 1884. Breeders, Knickerbocker Ken- 
nel Club, 142 Monticello avenue, Jersey City, N. J. 
Owner, Mr. Joseph B. Fenn, Flatbush, L. I. 

Sire— Knickerbocker (A. K.R. 19). 

Dam— Lady Isabel (A.K.H. 461). 

2383. Count Croxteth, liver, white and 
ticked dog, whelped May, 1888. Breeder, Mr. T. 
Donoghue, La Salle, 111. Owner, Dr. D. E. Kelley, 
Ashtabula, O. 

Sire— Croxteth, by Lowe's Youner Bang (Priced 
Bantc— Davey's Luna) out ef Macdona's Jane, by 
Lord Sefton's Sam out of his Flirt. 

Dam— Countess Rival, by Condy's Rival, Jr. (im- 
ported Old Rival— imported Flora Temple) out of 
Queen Hamlet, by champion Sleaford (E. 6,06a) out 
of champion Fan (A. 1,801). 

2334* Brake Ranger, liver and white dog, 
whelped Oct. 25. 1884. Breeder and owner, Mr. S. B. 
Dilley, Rasendale, Wis. 

Hire— Kanger Croxteth (A.K.R. 1047). 

Dam— Fannie Faust (A.K.R. 1041). 

2335. Kate S., liver, white and ticked bitch, 
whelped Dec. 16, 1884. Breeder, Mr. W. J. Valden, 
Uniontown, Ala. Owner, Dr. Ed. Strudwick, Dayton, 
Ala. 

Sire- Saunders (A K.R. 2081). 
Dam-Lurette II., by King Bow (A.K.R. 88) out of 
Lurette, by Handsom** Don. 

2336. Lo Faust, liver and white bitch, 
whelped Oct. 27, 1884. Breeder, Mr. S. A. Kaye, St. 
Louis, Mo. Owner, Dr. D. E. Kelley, Ashtabula. O. ; 

Sire— Imported Faust, by Sefton's Sam (Statter's 
Maior, E. 905,— Sefton's Drab) out of Pilkington's 
Nell, by Drake (E. 842) out of Sturgeon's Moll. 

Dam—Countess Vesta, by Moored Donald (E. 9,018) 
out of Bell II. (own sister to Bow Bells), by Bang (E. 
789) out of Leech's BelL Donald, by Bob (tf. 700) out 
of Sefton's Sappho. 

2337. Peg of Limavady, lemon and white 
bitch, whelped May 11, 1888. Breeder, Mr. Garret 
Roach, New York. Owner, Mr. W. 8. R. Ogilby, New 
Brighton. S. I. 

Sire— Beaufort (A.K R. 694). 
Dam— Duchess, by Sensation (A.K.R. 217) out of 
Whiskey, by Flash out of Juno. 

2338. Sporty lemon and white dog, whelped 
Jan. 28,1885. Breeder, Mr. J. H. Thompson, Jr., Pat- 



terson, N. Y. Owner, Mr. Jas. Reynolds, Poughkeep- 
sie. N. ?. 

Sire— Champion Frits (A.K R. 268). 

Dam— Kitty Wells (A.K R. 1048). 

2339. Village Belle, Hver, white and ticked 
bitch, wnelned April 8, 1884. Breeder. Mr. 8. B. Dil- 
ley, Kosendale, wig. Owner, Mr. H. D. ,'owner, 
Columbus, Kan. 

-Sire— Ranger Croxteth (A.K.R. 1047;. 
Dam— Fannie Faust (A.K.R. 1041). 

PUGS. 

2340. Comedy, Jr., silver fawn, black mask 
ears, toe nails and trace, dog, whelped February, 1884. 
Breeder, Mr Geo. Bell, Wlgan, Eng. Owner, Forest 
City Kennels. Po* tland. Me. 

Sire— Bell's Master Comedy, by champion Comedy 
(E. 7,767) out of Bell's Wrinkle, by Foster's Peter 
out of Adoock's Chloe. % 

Dam— Lady Ella, by champion Boffin (Peter— Flo) 
out of Darbysbire's Gipsey La*s, by Morris's cham- 
pion Punch out of his Tops?, by champion Comedy 
out of Fussie. 

2341* Don Juan, "tone fawn dog, whelped 
April 27, 1884. Breeder, Mr. Henry L. Goodman. 
Chicago, 111. Owner, Mr. H. T. Little, Delaware, O. 

Sire— Imported Bogie, by champion Comedy (E. 
7,767) out of Cbloe. 

Dam— Judv III., by Royal Dandy (Old Punch- 
Smut) out of Judy n , by Tim-Tim out of Judy I. 

2342. Queen, cream bitoh, whelped Aug. 20„ 
1884. Breeders, Forest City Kennels, Portland, Me. 
Owner, Miss H. M. Chaffee, 161 West Concord street, 
Boston. 

Sire— Young Toby (A.K.R. 473). 
Dam- Judy, by Don out of Daisey. 
Record— First, puppy class, Boston, 1886. 

ST. BERNARDS. 
Rough-Coated. 

2343. Hermit, Jr., white, perfect head mark- 
ing*, dog, whelped Oct. 18, 1884. Breeders, Chequas- 
set Kennels, Lancaster, Mass. Owner, Rev. G. W. 
Chandler. Portland, Ore. 

&re— Hermit (A.K.R. 28). 

Dam— Theon (A.K.R. 94). 

2344* Rover, white and orange tawny dog, 
whelped Oct. 12, 1884. Breeders, Ghequasset Kennels, 
Lancaster, Mass. Owner, Mr. L. Kountze, Madison 
avenue, New York. 

-Sire— Hermit (A.K.R. 28). 

Dam— Theon (A.K.R. 94). 

SETTER8. 
Ekolzsh Setters. 

2345. Blue Belle, blue belton bitch, whelped 
Feb. 18, 1878. Breeder, Mr. George Waddington, 
Geneva, la. Owners, Rancocas Kennels, Jobetown! 
Burlington county, N. J. 

Sire— Waddington's Rattler, by Rob Roy (E, 1,417) 
out of Pickles. Bob Roy by Laverack's Fred out of 
Rnoebe. 

Dam-Dai'y, by Carlowits (E. 4,280) out of True, by 
Llewellin 's Prince out of Dora, sister to Druid. 

Record- Fii st, New York, 1882. 

2346. Count Banger, black, white and tan 
and ticked dog, whelped Aug. 12, 1888. Breeder, Mr. 
J. W. Orth, Pittsburgh, Pa. Owner, Mr. H. D, Town- 
er, Columbus, Kan. 

Sire— Count Noble, by Count WInd'em out of Nora. 
Dam— Gertrude, by Gladstone out of Nellie. 
Record— Very high com., New York, 1884. 

2347. Dame Buck, black, white and tan 
bitch, whelped Nov. 14, 1884. Breeder, Mr. H. E. 
Hamilton, Hackensack, N. J. Owners, Rancocas 
Kennels, Jobstown, Burlington county, N. J. . 

Sire-Buckellew (A.K.R. 80). 
Dam— Madam Llewellin. by Bergundthal's Rake 
(Dan— Ruby) out of Rocksie. by Rock out of Dora. 



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8848* T>frgfi fn g Monarch* black and white 
doc, whelped Aug. ff, 1898. Breeder, Mr. LleweWn, 
England. Owners, Rancocas Kennels, Jobstown, Bur- 
liogton county, N. J. . . __ 

Jta-IJewellin's Dash H.. by btverack's Blue 

Prince (Pride of the Border, A.tB. gae-Uewellin's 

Nellie) onto/ Armstrongs Old Kate, byLaverack's 

Dash n. out of B. Armstrong's Kate. 

Dom-C5ountess MoU, by Lavcrack's Dash H. out 

of his Molim. , 

Xecorcf-Seoond, Gladstone winner. Eastern field 
trials, 1680; divided first, Pennsylvania field trials, 
1881; high com., New York, 1881. 

2849* El mMifli f black, white and tan dog, 
whelped Oct. », 1884. Breeder, Mr. Jas. H. Goodsell, 
Wilmington, DeL Owners, Rancocas Kennels, Job- 
gtown,i*urUgton county* N. J. 

Sir+~T>on Juan, by Tarn O'Sfaanter (Rock— Rum) 
out of La Heine, by Blue Prince out of Dickens's Cora. 
Dam-Petrel H., bv Pride ofthe Border (A.K.R. 
S08) out of imported Petrel, by Prince out of Llll n. 

2860* Glen IrfUM» lemon and white bitch, 
whelped Nov. **, 1884. Breeder, Mr. E. W. Jester, 
8t George's, Del. Owners, Rancocas Kennels, Job- 

fltovro. Burlington county, N. J. 

8 A«re^len«)ck,by Druid (E. 4,267) out of Princess 
Draco, by Rob Roy out of Uvy. Druid, by Llewellin's 
Prince (E. 1,899) out of his Dora. 
XtosfrSune BeUe ( A.K.R. 2*45). 
8861 • Hamlet, lemon and white dog, whelped 
Nov. 28, 1884. Breeder. Mr. Jas. H. Goodsell, Will- 
mington, Del, Owners, Rancocas Kennels, Jobstown, 
Burlington county, N. J. 
- Sire— Don Juan; see No. 8849. 

flam-Fairy Lass, by Prince (Pride of the Border- 
Petrel) out of Fairy II., by Rally's Victor out of Blue 
Daisey. 

£362. Hotspur, lemon and white ticked dog, 
wbelped Nov. 28, 1884. Breeder, Mr. Jas. H. Good 
sell Wilmington. Del. Owners, Rancocas Kennels, 
Jobstown, Burlington county, N. J. 
Litter brother to Hamlet (A.K.R. 2861). 
2358* I*avalette, black, white and tan bitch, 
whelped March 4, 1881. Breeder, Mr. J. N. Branson, 
Sycamore, 111. Owner, Rancocas Kennels, Jobstown, 
Burlinirton county, N J. 

Sire-Druid (E. 4,267), by Llewellin's Prince (E. 
1.899) out of Dora, by Duke (E. 1,881) out of RhoBbe 
AlffE). Prince, oy Dash II. <E. 1,841) out of Moll III. 
Dam— Princess Draco, by Rob Roy (Laveracfc's 
Fred-RbOBbe, E. 1,646) out of Livy, by Dan (E. 1,886) 
out of Lill(E. 4,295). 

2354* Lotta, black and white bitch, whelped 
Nov 88. 1884. Breeder, Mr. Jas. H. Goodsell, Wil- 

miniton,Del. O^ " ~ — ^" T ~ w ~* 

Burlington count; 
litter sister to uwuw. \ A .».*» ~~~,. 
2355* IiOyos, lemon and white ticked dog, 
whelbed Sept. 12, lb84. Breeder, Mr. A. E. Sherman, 
JtodyCreek, N Y. Owner. Mr. Victor M. Halde- 
man, General Wayne, Delaware county. Pa. 

Sire -Sherman's Nep.by imported PrinceJPonto— 
Flirt) out of Mollie, by candy out of Dora III. 

Dam— Sherman's Josle, by Smith's Paris (Leicester 
—Dart) out of C. E. Lewis's Fly, by champion Drake 
out of Luna. 

2356* Mohawk Chief* orange belton dog, 
wheloed Dec. 20, 1884. Breeder, Mr. H. C. Wann, 
Abilene. Kan. O wnerjir. T. Moaner, Abilene, Kan. 
S^e-SSSainG.(A.k.R T aW2). _ wi ,_ „ 
/>aw— Imogene II., by Laverack Chief (Pontiao— 
Fairy n.) out of Zarah, sister to Queen Alice (A.K.R. 
8886), which see for further pedigree. 

2357* Monarch S.» orange and white dog, 
whelped Oct. 81, 1888. Breeder, Mr. N. Wallace, 
Waterbury, Conn. Owner, Mr. J. K. fimith, Water 

Srre— Champion Foreman, by Dashing Monarch 
£A K.R. 2848) out of Fairy II. 

Dom— Tallman's Jennie, by Lathrop's Dick out of 
Harrington's Gyp. 



Nov 28, 1884. Breeder, Mr. Jas. H. Goodseu, Wil- 
mington, Del. Owner, Rancocas Kennels, Jobstown, 
Burlington county, N. J. 
litter sister to Hamlet (A.K.R. 2851) . 



2868. Pari* IV., blue belton dog, whelped 
Deo. 26. 1884. Breeder, Mr. Frank G. Hughes, Gait, 
Ont. Owner, Mr. Alec G. Habbick, Gait, Ont. 

Sire— Paris HI. (A.K.R. 1W6). 

Dam- Forest Ida (A.K.R. 9066). 

2359. PeerlOM XL, black and white, tan 
spots below eyes, bitch, whelped May 19. 1881. 
Breeder, Mr. Cnas. H. Raymond, If orris Plains, N. J. 
Owner, Mr. Daniel Morrison, Gate City icaium^ At- 
lanta, Ga. 

Sire— Guy Mannering, by Pride of the Border 
(AIR. 226) out of Fairy. 

Dam— Whirlwind, by Rob Roy out of Bergundthal's 
Juno. 

2360. Pendrajfon, black, white and tan dog, 
whelped June 11, 1888. Breeders, Messrs. Dalhba A 
Munhall, Cleveland, O. Owner, Mr. T. S. Dumont, 
Summit, N. J. 

Sire— Count Noble, by Count Wind 'em (Count Dick 
—Phantom) out of Nora, by Dan out of Nellie. 

Dam— Floy, by Rob Roy (Fred— Rhoebe) out of 
Blanche, by Leicester out of Dart. 

itecora— very high com., puppy elass, New York, 
1884. 

2361. Rosa Mom, black,white and tan bitch, 
whelped March 6, 1886. Breeders, Detroit Kennel 
Club, Detroit, Mich. Owner, Mr. John B. Fuller, 
Jackson, Miss. 

Slre-Mxey (A.K.R. 177). 

Dam— Princess Louise (A.K.R. 117). 

2362* Soudan, orange and white dog, whelped 
Nov. 26, 1884. Breeders. Messrs. H. E. Hamilton and 
Wash. Coster. Owners, Rancocas Kennels Jobstown, 
Burlington county, N. J. 

Sire-Druid (E. 4.267), by Llewellin's Prince (Dash 
n.— Moll III.) out of Dora, by Duke out of Rhoebe. 

Dam— Ruby, bv Bergundthal's Rake (Dan— Llewel- 
lin's Ruby) out of his Fanny, by Leicester out of Dart. 

2363* Vannette, black, white and tan bitch, 
whelped August. 1878. Breeder, Mr. John C. Hig- 

5 ins, Delaware City, Del. Owners, Rancocas Kennels, 
obstown, Burlington county, N. J. 
Sire— Count Dick, by Dan (Duke— Rhoebe) out of 
Countess, by Dash II. out ot Moll in. 
■ Dam— Champion Petrel, by Llewellin's Prince (Dash 
II.— Moll III.) out of Lill II., by Dash II. out of Pil- 
kington's Lill. 

2364. Victress H., blue belton bitch, whelped ■ 
Dec. 26, 1884. Breeder, Mr. Frank G. Hughes Gait, 
Ont. Owner, Mr. A. G. Haboick, Gait, Ont. 
iStre-Paris III. (A.K.R. 1876). 
Dam— Fcrest Ida (A.K.R. 2066). 

Gordon Sbttbbs. 

2865* Argus II., black and tan dog, whelped 
May 4, 1884. Breeder, Mr. John E. Thayer, Lan- 
caster, Mass. Owner, Mr. Alexander Pope, Dorches- 
ter District, Boston. Mass. 

Sire— Argus, by Blossom (E. 6,090) out of Moll II. 

S£. 7,250), by Duke (E. 1,592) out of Leah. Blossom, 
y Shot (E. 1,630)- out of Bloom. 
Dam— Beauty (A.K.R. 2865). 
Record— First, puppy class. St. Johns and New 
Haven; second, puppy class, Boston, 1885. 

2366. Beauty* black and tan bitch, whelped 
May, 1880. Breeder, Mr. W. A. Howe, Bolton, Mass. 
Owner, Mr. John E. Thayer, Lancaster. Mass. 

Sire— Dash, by Doane's Tom (Stockton's Dash- 
White's Fly) out of his Chloe, by Fisher's Flirt out 
of Howe's Duke. 

Dam— Jess, by Perry's Pete (Kenyon's Prince— St, 
Kilda) out of Tib, by Gates's Baby out of Daisy. 

Record— Second, Boston, 1882; first, Montreal, 1888. 

2367. Glenn, black and tan dog, whelped 
June 10, 1888. Breeder, Mr. W. C. Niblett, Dundas, 
Ont. Owner. Mr. Charles R. Wilson, 261 Georgia 
street, Buffalo, N. Y. 

Sire— Argus; see Argus U. ( AK.R. 2885). 

Dam-Medea, by Chang (Rocket— Juno, E. 5.118) 
out of Venus, by Grouse (E. 5,097) out of Mona 
(E. 7.251). 



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Irish Setters. 

2368* Cano H., red dog, whelped Feb. 18, 1886. 
Breeder. Mr. Geo. Snyder, Pataha City, Wash. Ter. 
Owner, Mr. F. G. Harford, Pataha City, Wash. Ter. 

Sire— Ralph H. (A.K.R. 686). 

Dam-Kate (A.K.R. 1849). 

8369. Larry, red dog, whelped Feb. 4, 1886. 
Breeder, Mr. Chas. R. Thorburn, Ridgefleld. N. J. 
Owner, Mr. Selah Van Dwyer, Newburgh, N. Y. 

«re-Rory O'More, Jr. (A.K.R. 487). 
Dam— Phroney Jane (A K.R. 684). 

8370. Morna, red bitch, whelped Aug. 6, 1884. 
Breeder and owner, Mr. Wm. Jarvis, Claremont, 
N. H. 

Sire— Elcho, Jr., by Elcho (A.K.R. 286) out of 
Noreen (A.K.R. 297). 

Dam— Meg, by Elcho (A.K.R. 896) out of Rose 
(A.K.R. 298). 

8871. Van, red, white spot on breast, dog, 
whelped March. 1888. Breeder, Dr. Wm. Pieroon, 
Orange, N. J. Owner, Mr. R. E. Parsons, Orange, 
N. J. 

Sire— Dr. Holmes's Rex, by Bucheller's Duke, Jr. 
(Thompson's Duke— his Bess) out of Holmes'3 Queen 
m.. by Walter's Harry out of Holmes's Queen H. 

Dam- Missie, by Rover H. (Rover I., E 6,198— Par- 
mela, E. 8.287) out of Rose Bradwardine, by Elcho 
(A.K.R. 296) out of Hall's Bess. 

8378. Wanda, red bitch, whelped April 4, 
1883. Breeder '8 name forgotten. Owner, Mr. Geo. 8. 
Bennett, Denver, Col. 

Sire— Raymond, by Dayton out of Erin II.. by 
Elcho (A.K.R. 295) out of Erin. Dayton, by Erin 
(Star— Peggy) out of Queen, by Morris's Grouse out 
of Cameron '8 Rose. 

Dam-Shell, by Elcho II. out of Dell, sister to Dayton . 

8PANIELS. 
Clumber Spaniels. 
8878. Newcastle, lemon and white dog, 
wbelped June, 1884. Breeder, Capt. Fred. H. D. 
Vieth, Ottawa, Can. Owner, Mr. Marmaduke Rich- 
ardson, 41 West Tenth street, New York. 
Sire— Imported Ben. 
Dam— Joan, by Flash out of Flirt. 
Record - First and special. New York, 1885. 

8374. Tyne, lemon and white bitch, whelped 
June, 1884. Breeder, Capt. Fred. H. D. Vieth, Ot- 
tawa, Can. Owner, Mr. Marmaduke Richardson, 41 
West Tenth street. New York. 

Litter sister to Newcastle (\XR. 2878). 
Irish Water Spaniels. 

8375. Tyro, liver dog, whelped June 21, 1884. 
Breeder and owner, Mr. Thos. Murphy, Ottawa. Ont. 

8ire— Spring, by imported Jack out of Fan HI., by 
Dash out of Fan H. 
Dam-Belle (A.K.R. 1112). 

Field and Cooker Spaniels. 
8376* Ellen Terry, chestnut and white bitch, 
| whelped July 28, 1881 . Breeder, Mr. F. Frank Pitcher. 
Claremont, N. H. Owner, Mr. Herbert Flint, Haver- 
hill, Mass. 
j Sire -Brag, by Wildair ( Whitman's Doctor— Wad- 
! dell's Josie) out of Little Buttercup, by Winn's Jack 
out of Fannie. 
Dam— Imported Feather. 

8377. Cheno, black dog. whelped Jan. 16, 1885. 
Breeder, Mr. W. O. Partridge. P. 0. Box 5,186, Bos- 
ton, Mass. Owner, Mr. L. R. Paige, North Cam- 
bridge, Ma«s. 

Sire-Obo II. (A.K.R. 482). 

Dam— Critic (A.K.R. 808). 

2878. Iiina, black bitch, whelped Aug. 18, 1884. 
Breeder, Fleetfoot Kennels. Delhi, N. Y. Owner, 
Mr. Chas. G. Browning, Worcester, Mas?. 

Sire— Bragg; see No. 2876. 

Dam— Rosa Bonheur, by Montague out of Leda. 



8879. Paecha, black dog, whelped Jan. 16, 
1886. Breeder, Mr. W. O. Partridge. P. O. But 6186, 
Boston, Mass. Owner, Mr. Geo. \v.Schesk, Burling- 
ton, la. 

iWre-Obo H. (A.K.R. 488). 

Dam— Critic (A.K.R. 808). 

8380. Zoeo, black bitch, whelped Oct. 81, 1864. 
Breeder, Mr. Patrick Oullen, Salmon Falls, N. H. 
Owner, Mr. William Whiting, 6 Belknap street, 
Worcester, Mass. 

Stre-Obo II. (A^ R. 482). 

Dam— Darkle (A.K.R. 969). 

TERRIERS. 
Bull-Terriers. 

8881. Jack, white dog, whelped 1882. Breeder, 
not known. Owner, Mr. J. R. Suydam, Sayrille, L. L 

Sire— Peril. 

Dam— Nell, by White Star (E. 9,688) out of Puss. 
White Star, by Frank out of Violet. 

8388. Jack, white, lemofe spots, dog, whelped 
1884. Breeder, Mr. Isaac Wilson,Gray *s Ferry Road , 
Philadelphia. Owner, Mr. 0. W. Stephens, Kala- 
maaoo, Mich. 

Sire-Furnisa's Jack, by McGinniss's Mack (Tug- 
man's Turk— Rose) out of imported Kate. 

Dam— Fly, by Young Turk (Old Turk -Rose) out 
of Bridget, by Tugman's Nelson out of Biddy. 

8888. Nell, white bitch, whelped 1884. Breeder, 
not krown to owner. Owner, Mr. John R. Suydam, 
6ayviile,L. I. 

Hire— Victor, by Prince Imperial (E. 11,948), he by 
Napoleon o Jt of Dutch. 

Dam— Daisy, by Victor IV. (E. 10,888) out of Floss. 
Davdie Dinmont Terriers. 

8384. Leander, pepper and mustard dog, 
whelped Sept. 27, 1884. Breeder, Mr. Robert Hume, 
Orange C. H., Va. Owners, Associated Fanciers, 287 
South Eighth street, Philadelphia, Pa. 

5*re-Badger II. (A.K.R. 886). 

Dam-Needle (A.K.R. 886). 

Irish Terriers. 

8885. Moya, red bitch, whelped Nov. 22, 1884. 
Breeder and owner, Mr. Lawrence Timpson, Maise- 
land, Red Hook, N. Y. 

Sire -Dayton's Slasher, by Fury out of Spuds 
(E. 0,846), by Jack out of Night. 

Dam— Sheila (A.K R. 187). 

Set Terriers. 

8386. Watty, steel gray dog, whelped 1882. 
Breeder, unknown. Owners. Associated Fanciers, 
287 South Eighth street t Philadelphia, Pa. 

Pedigree unknown. Imported: by Mr. George San- 
derson, Monckton, N. B. 

Record— First, St. John 1888, 1834 and 1886. Second, 
New York, 1884. First, Boston, 1886. 



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[Notice. —Stud visits cannot be inserted in the same 
Register with a record of the result of tbe visit. The 
Produce Register then covers the Breeding Register, 
and to get insertion in the latter, notice must be sent 
in time for a preceding number of the Register.] 

BEAGLES. 

Blue Maid-Bannerman.-Mr. W. H. Ash- 
burner's Blur Maid was bred to Mr. A. C Krueger's 
Bannerman (A.K.R. 1709) on April 14. 

Katie— Bannerman.— Mr. 8. C. Graff's Katie 
(A.K.R. 1722) was bred to Mr. A. C. Krueger's Ban- 
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Lill— Bannerman.— Mr. A. C. Kraeger's LIU 
was bred to his Bannerman (A.K.R. 1709) on March 17. 

Rosey— Bannerman.- Mr. A. C. Kroeger's 
Rosey was bred to bis Bannerman (A.K.R. 1709) on 
ApnflS. 

White Daisey-Bannerman.— Mr. Jas. E. 

Lord*s White Dai*ey (A.K.R. 1728) was bred to Mr. A. 

0. Krutger's Bannerman (A.K.R. 1709) on March 21. 

COLLIES. 

Jean IX— Robin Adair, Jr.-Mr. G. A. 
Smith's Jean II. (A.K.R. 1180) was bred to bis Robin 
Adair, Jr. (A.K.R. 1839) on April 9. 

POINTERS. 
Flirt— Rush HI*— The Knickerbocker Kennel 
Club's Flirt (A.K.R. 1348) was bred to Mr. J. P. Swain, 
Jr.'s Rush III. (A.K.R. 402) on March 81. 

Lady Isabel — Knickerbocker. - The 

Knickerbocker Kennel Club's Lady Isabel (A.K.R. 
461) was bred to their Knickerbocker (A.K.R. 19) on 
April 1. 

PUGS. 
Lady Flossie— Tonne Toby.-Ohequasset 
Kennels* Lady Flor*ie (A.K.K. 1446) was bred to their 
Young Toby (A.K.R. 478) on April 2*. 

ST. BERNARDS. 
Rough-Coated. 
Brunhild — Hermit.— Chequasset Kennels' 
Brunhild (A.K.R. 28) was bred to their Hermit (A.K.R. 
23) on April 12. 

Heidel— Verone*— Chequasset Kennels 1 Heidel 
(A.K.R. 2046) was bred to Mr. W. W. Tucker's Verone 
(A.K.R. 418) on April 10. 

SETTERS. 
English Setters. 
Blue Belle —Dashing' Monarch*— The Ran- 
cocas Kennels* Blue Belle (A.K.R. 2846) was bred to 
their Dashing Monarch (A.K.R. 2848) on April 1. 

Petrel EL— Count Noble.— The Rancocas 
Kennels' Petrel H. (A.K.R. 2068) was bred to Mr. B. 
F. Wilson's Count Noble on April 8. 

Leah— Robin Hood*— Dr. J. R. Housel's Leah 
(A.K.R. 1284) was bred to his Robin Hood (A.K.R. 
1461) on April 11. 

May Belle- Robin Hood*— Dr. J. R. Housel's 
May Belle (A.K.R. 1540) was bred to his Robin Hood 
(A.K.K. 1461) on April 28. 

Roberto Laverack-Wayne.— Dr. J. R. 

Housel's Roberto Laverack (A.K.R. 1071) was bred to 
his Wayne (A.K.R. 1620) on March 4. 
Irish Setters. 

Floss H.— Tipton.— Dr. J. R. Housel's Floss 
H. (A.K.R. 66) was bred to his Tipton (A.K.R. 1098) 
on March 18. 

SPANIELS. 
Field and Cooker Spaniels. 

Ladybird— Champion Obo II* -Mr. F. F. 
Pitcher's liver and tan spaniel bitch Ladybird was 
bred to Mr. J. P. Willey's champion Obo II. (A.K.R. 
482) on April 17. 

Dinah -Champion Obo II*— Mr. J. F. Kirk's 
black cocker spaniel bitch Dinah was bred to Mr. J. 
P. Willey's Champion Obo H. on April 22. 

Miss Nance— Champion Obo H.— Mr. S. 

R. Hemingway's Miss Nance was bred to Mr. J. P. 
Willey 's champion Obo II. on April 26. 

Rose Obo— Young Obo.— Mr. J. Robertson's 
Rose Obo (A.K.R. 1204) was bred to Mr. J. P. Willey's 
Young Obo (A.K.R. 861) on April 14. 

Beg— Young Obo*— Mr. F. F. Pitcher's Beg 
was bred to Mr. 7. P. Willey's Young Obo on April 22. 



TERRIERS. 

BULL-TVBBIXBS. 

Kit— President. -Mr. J. D. Rodman's Kit was 
bred to Mr. E. S. Porter's President (A.KJEL 1208) on 
April 20. 

Mona- President.— Mr. Frank Williams's 
Mona was bred to Mr. E. S. Porter's President 
(A.K.R. 1208) on April 20. 

Nellie-Dutch. Jr.— Mr. E. S. Porter's Nellie 
(A.K.R. 2184) was bred to Mr. T. R. Varick's Dutch, 
Jr. (A.KR. 1887) on March 8. 

Scarlet XL— Grand Duke.— Mr. F. F. Dole's 
Scarlet II. was bred to Messrs. R. A W. Livingston's 
Grand Duke (A.K.R. 624) on Feb. 16. 



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•- 

Entry free. Extreme care should be taken to 
write names plainly. Blanks furnished on receipt 
of addressed and 1 cent stamped envelope. 

ITALIAN GREYHOUNDS. 
Zelpha— Puck*— Mr. Henry C. Burdlck's Zel- 
pha f A.K.R. 2829) whelped two dogs and one bitch on 
April 2. Color, golden fawn and fawn and white. 
8ired by Puck. 

POINTERS. 

Birdie- Knickerbocker.— Mr. F. Smith's 
Birdie whelped three dogs and five bitches on March 
24. Sired by champion Knickerbocker (A.K.R. 19). 

Vision— Tammany.— Mr. F. R. Hitchcock's 
Vision (A.K.R. 778) welped four dogs and three 
bitches on April 6. Color, liver and white. Sired by- 
Mr. F. R. Hitchcock's Tammany. 

PUGS. 
Dolly — Doctor.— The Forest City Kennels' 
Dolly (A.K.R. 170) whelped seven dogs and three 
bitches on April 11. Color, light fawn, black mask, 
ears and nails. Sired by imported Doctor, winner of 
first prize at Boston, 1886. 

Tantrums— Young Toby*— The Chequasset 
Kennels' Tantrums (A.K."r. 220) whelped one dog and 
three bitches on April 5 Color, fawn, black points. 
Sired by their Young Toby (A.K.R. 478). 

Victory— Treasure.— The Chequasset Ken- 
nels' Victory (A.K.R. 1265) whelped two dogs and 
four bitches on April 15. (Two since dead.) Color, 
fawn, black points. Sired by Mr. George Gillivan's 
Treasure (A.K.R. 472). 

ST. BERNARDS. 

Rough-Coated. 

Irma— Hermit.— The Chequasset Kennels' Irma 

(A.K.R. 1051) whelped two dogs and one bitch on 

April 18. Color, i ich tawny, with white points. Sired 

by their Hermit (A.K.R. 28). 

Theon — Ccdsar. — The Chequasset Kennels' 
Theon (A.K.R. 94) whelped two bitches on April 24. 
Color, orange brindle, white markings, and white 
and tawny. Sired by Forest City Kennels' Caesar 
(A.K.R. 22). 

Alma L— Alp IX -The Chequasset Kennels' 
Alma I. (A.K.R. 27) whelped eight dogs and one 
bitch on April 18. Color, deep tawny and tawny 
brindle, witn correct white markings. (One since 
dead.) Sired by Mr. H.J. Harwood's dog Alp II. 
(A.K.R. 705). 

SETTERS. 
English Setters. 

Belle Boyd— Count Noble.— Dr. Robert I. 
Hampton's Belle Boyd whelped four dogs and five 



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Pitches on March 81. Color two lemon and white, 
three black and white, and four black, white and 
tan. Sired by Count Noble. 

Vannette— Dashing Monarch.— Rancocas 
Kennels' Vannette (A.K K. 2368) whelped five dogs 
»nd two bitches. Color, three black, white and tan, 
three black and white, one lemon belton. Sired by 
their Dashing Monarch (A.K.R. 2348). 

I»avalette— Gladstone.— The Rancocas Ken- 
nels' Lavalette (A.K.R. 2853) whelped fire dogs and 
•three bitches on March 21. Color, one lemon and 
white, two all white, five black, white and tan. Sired 
toy champion Gladstone. 

SPANIELS. 
Clumber Spaniels. 
Vesta— John Halifax.— Mr. C. Ingersoll's 
Vesta whelped four dogs and four bitches on April 
«. Color, lemon and white. Sired by Mr. W. F. Trow- 
bridge's John Halifax. 

TERRIERS. 

BULL-TERRIERS. 

Trump — President.— Mr. Fenton Harris's 
Trump whelped two dogs and two bitches on April 
2. Color, pure white*. Sired by Mr. E. S. Porter's 
President (AIR. 1206). 



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words £ cents each) must accompany the entry. Ex- 
trerne care should be taken to write names plainly. 
Blanks furnished on receipt of addressed and 1 cent 
stamped envelope. 

BEAGLES. 
Bannerman (A-K.R 1700), white and lemon, by 
champion Marchboy out of Dewdrop. Height, llin. 
Has won first and special, Philadelphia, 1884; the 
only time shown. Considered the best beagle in 
America, and pronounced by those who have bred 
to him the king of stud beagles. Fee $15. Aoply to 
A. C. Krueger, WrightsTille, York county, Pa. 

ST. BERNARDS. 
Rough Coated. 
Bonivard (E. 11,738, A.K.R. 861), dark orange 
and brindle, correct white markings, by Sonldan out 
of Myzar. Has won 40 cups and prizes in England, 
and first every time shown m America. Fee $50. 
Apply to the Hermitage Kennels, Passaic N. J. 

Duke Of Leeds (A.K.R. 1585), rich orange 
brindle, white markings, by Mount Zion H. out of 
Novice. Has won first St. Bernard Club Show, 1884; 
second. Crystal Palace, 1884; first, New York: cham- 
pion, Chicago; first, Philadelphia; champion. New 
York. 1684. Fee $50. Apply to the Hermitage Ken- 
nels, Passaic, N. J. 

Smooth-Coated. 

Don IX (E. 12,907, A K.R. 1161). orange, white 
markings, by The Shah out of Dewdrop. Has won 
first, Margate; first, St. Bernard Club Show, 1882: 
second prize, St. Bernard Club Show. 1888; second 

Srize. Crystal Palace; first. New York; champion, 
[ontreal; first, Philadelphia; champion, New York, 
1884. Fee $50. Apply to the Hermitage Kennels. 
Passaic, N. J. 

TERRIERS. 
Bull -Terriers. 
President (A.K.R. 1906), pure white, by Roo. 
croft's Randall out of Coy's Minnie. Has won first, 
New York, May, 1884-Jlrst, New York, October, 1884; 
first, Boston, April, 1885, and champion and special, 
Chicago, June, 1884. Sire of Ko»a, winner in puppy 
class, New York, Mar, 1884. Fee $15. Apply to 
Edw. S. Porter, New Haven, Conn. 



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TRANSFERS OF STOCK. 



Entry free. Extreme care should be taken to write 
names plainly. Blanks furnished on receipt of ad 
dressed and 1 cent stamped envelope. 

BEAGLES. 
Bessy-Bunny Puppy.— Mr. A. S. Fowler 
(Newburyport. Mass.) has purchased of Mr. Haven 
Doe (Salmon Falls. N. H.) a bitch puppy, by Bunny 
(A.K.R. 1116) out of Bessie (A.K.R. 1117). 

COLLIES. 
Bonnie Bairn.-Miss I. Eidlits (New York 
city) has purchased Mr. Ohas. S. Fitch's (Fort Wash- 
ington, New York city) dog Bonnie Bairn (A.K.R. 
1785). 

POINTERS. 
Countess Bang,— Associated Fanciers (Phila- 
delphia, Pa.) have purchased Mr. F. E. Fengar's (New 
London, Conn.) bitch Countess Bang (A.K.R. 2185). 

Drab Ranger.— Mr. H. D. Towner, (Colum- 
bus, Kan.) his purchased Mr. W. F. Sage's (FishkilL 
N. Y.) bitch Drab Ranger. 

Rugby.— Mr. H. J. Bennett (Trenton, N. J.) has 
purchased the Associated Fanciers' (Philadelphia, 
Pa) dog Rugby (A.K.R. 8289). 

Tony Sensation.— Associated Fanciers (Phila- 
delphia. Pa.) have purchased Mr.F. E. Fenirar's (New 
London, Conn.) dog Tony Sensation (A.K K. 2141). 

PUGS. 
Twilight.— Mr. W. Scott (Waterbury, C*nn.)has 
purchased the Chequasset Kennels' (Lancaster, 
Mass.) birch Twilight, by Treasure out of Pudgie. 

ST. BERNARDS. 
Rough-Coated. 

Anno.— Mr. W. W. Tucker (New York) has pur- 
chased the Chequasset Kennels' (Lancaster, Mass.) 
bitch Anno (A.K/R. 1606). 

De Ette.— Mr. Henry D. Green (Portland, Ore.) 
has purchased Mr. E. F. Mansfield's bitch De Ette 
(A.K.R. 1596). 

Hermit, Jr.— Rev. G. W. Chandler (Portland 
Ore.) has purchased the Chequasset Kennels' (Lan- 
caster, Mass.) dog Hermit, Jr., by Hermit out of 
Theon. 

Klaus.— Mr. L. Kountze (New York) has pur- 
chased the Chequasset Kennels' (Lancaster, Mass.) 
dog Klaus, by Hermit out of Theon. 

Klopstock.— Mr. J. S. Biume (Galena, 111.) has 

Surcuased the Chequasset Kennels' (Lancaster, 
[ass. ) dog Klopstock (A.K. R. 706). 

Smooth-Coated. 

Keeper.— Mr. W. W. Tucker (New York) has 
purchased the Chequasset Kennels' (Lancaster, 
Ma*?.) dog Keeper, by Mentor out of Brunhild 
(A.K.R. 28). 

KobolcL— Mr. W. W. Tucker (New York) has 
purchased the Chequasset Kennels' (Lancaster, 
Mass.) dog Kobold, by Hermit out of Alma (A.K.R.27). 

SETTERS. 
Gordon Setters. 
Lady Bislow.— Associated Fanciers (Philadel- 
phia, Pa.) havo purchased Mr. H. J. Bennett's (Tren- 
ton, N. J.) bitch Lady Bislow (A.K.R. 605). 

Queen Bess.— Mr. Robert Wilson (Bradford, 
Conn.) have purchased the Elm City Kennels' (New 
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Irish Betters. 

Cano.-Mr. Fred G. Harford (Pataha City, Wash. 
Ter.) has purchased Mr. Geo. Snyder's (Pataha 
City) dog Cano. 

Norah.-Mr. Wm. Haselton 8rd (Philadelphia, 
Pa.) has purchased Associated Fanciers' (Phila- 
delphia, Pa.) bitch Norah. 

SPANIELS. 

FlBLD AND OOOKSB SPANIELS. 

Cheno— Mr. L. R. Paige (North Cam bridge, Mass.) 
has purchased Mr. W. O. Partridge's (Boston, Mass.) 
dog Cheno (A.K.R. 2877). 

Juno W.— Mr. Andrew Laidlaw (Woodstock, 
Canada) has purchased Mr. J. P. Willey's (Salmon 
Falls, N. H.) bitch Juno W. (A.K.R. 8190). 

Kobo.— Mr. E. 'G. Johnston (Boston, Mass.) has 
purchased Mr. H. C.Bronsdon's (Boston, Mass.) dog 
Kobo, by champion Obe II. out of Smut. 

Smut.-Obo II. Puppy.— Mr. A. M. Klbling 
(Boston, Mass.) has purchased of Mr. H. C. Bronsdon 
(Boston, Mass.) a dog pappy, by (champion Obo II. 
out of Smut. 

Smut.— Obo II. Puppy.— Mr. E. S. Sevret 
(Boston, Mass.) has purchased of Mr. H. C. Bronsdon 
(Boston, Mass.) a dog puppy, by champion Obo II. 
out of Smut. 

Smut.— Obo II. Puppy.— Mrs. C .L. Bronsdon 
(Boston, Mass.) has purchased of Mr. H. C. Bronsdon 
(Boston, Mass.) a bitch puppy, by champion Obo It. 
out of Smut. 

Pascha.— Mr. Geo. W. Schenk (Burlington, 
Iowa) has purchased Mr. W. O. Partridge's (Boston, 
Mass.) dog Pascha (A.K.R. 2879). 

Young Obo.— Mr. J. P. Willey (Salmon Falls, 
N. H.) has purchased Mr. Andrew Laidlaw' 8 Young 
Obo (A.K.R. 861). 

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words 2 cents each) must accompany entry. Extreme 
care should be taken to write names plainly. Blanks 
furnished on receipt of addressed and 1 cent stamped 
envelope. 

ITALIAN GREYHOUNDS. 
Puppies.— Three floe Italian greyhounds from 
imported stock (Puck— Zelpha). golden fawn, light 
fawn and white. Address, Henry C. Burdick, 160 
Bridge street, Springfield, Mass. 



Corrections. 



All persons are urged to use extreme care to write 
plainly. Entries must be made on the blanks fur- 
nished for the purpose. Subscribers should note the 
corrections against tlie original entry. 

1885. Maud— Is out of Sara, she out of Jean. 

1908. Belle.— Sire, Dodge's Jock, not Sock. 

2168. Fleet.— Breeder, Mr. N. Rowe. 

2201. Flute Lu-Isoutof Pride (A.K.R. 1996). 

2242. Tom II.— Owned by Mr. H. A. Burton, 
Charlestown, W. Va. 

2286. Dash II.— Is out of Cora II. 

Breeding Register. April No.— Fox-terrier Jill 
was bred to Mr. Thayer's Mixture. 

Produce Register, March No.— Irish Setters— 
Xate— Ralph H. Utter whelped Feb. 18. 



DKATH8. 
1497. Boiuu-Dtetemper. 
1499. ChristabeL-Paralysis, result of a fall. 
1609. Dumont.— Lung fever. 
1720. n«se.-Polsoned. 
1821. Miffnon.— Accident. 

Questionable Collie Pedigrees. 

IN reply to the statements made under the 
above head by Mr. Martin Dennis in the 
March number of the Register, we have re- 
ceived a reply from Mr. A. R. Kyle, of Grace 
Point, Mien. We cannot print the letter ex- 
actly as it is written, Mr. Kyle having over- 
looked the very important fact that calhng Mr. 
Dennis hard names will not substantiate a 
questionable pedigree. 

With reference to Juno II, Mr. Kyle says: 
4 *I never wrote Mr. Dennis that my pup died, 
but that 1 had no other hopes but that it would 
die. Afterward I bought another of him, and 
the bitch recovered. " 

The charge of false entry of Juno II., and 
that she was sold to Mr. Aitken, is answered as 
follows: "I never sold a dog or bitch to Mr. 
Aitken in my life. I left the bitch with him to 
be served by Fritz, his young dog. I never 
authorized him to enter ner at the New York 
show, but he did without my being there. I 
was here in Michigan at the time, and he kept 
the bitch and did not let me know until after 
she had her pups. He wrote me then, and all 
I got was one pup out of six, now named Rob 
Roy McGregor.'* 

The charge made by Mr. Dennis that the ped- 
igrees of Sweep and Drive are "very fishy" and 
appropriated from the written pedigree of Juno 
II., Mr. Kyle answers by saying, Tt Both these 
dogs were imported by me. I know the pedi- 
grees of both Sweep and Drive are dorrect." 

The case is one which seems to us to be easy 
bo dispose of. So far as Juno II. is concerned,, 
the absence of Mr. Kyle in Michigan, while Mr. 
Aitken made the entry of the bitch at New 
York under a wrong pedigree, and Mr. Kyle's 
subsequently registering the bitch correctly 
when he got her in his possession, does not 
show any fraud on his part. Mr. Aitken we do 
not know, but if, as Mr. Kyle charges, he 
entered the bitch in his name without author- 
ity, he would doubtless back it up by saying he 
had bought the bitch and the pedigree was 
probably made up from memory. We do not 
see that Mr. Kyle was gaining anything by 
misrepresentation about this bitch. If he was 
to get another pup if she had died, and did so 
get the second pup to replace the one Mr. Den- 
nis says he represented as being lost, then we 
could'understand it. Both Mr. Dennis and Mr. 
Kyle, however, say the second pup was bought; 
such being the case, the question as to whether 
Mr. Kyle said a very sick pup was dead when it 
was given up as hopeless is not a material point 
at issue. Pending a contradiction relative to 
the Aitken story as given by Mr. Kyle, we most 
exonerate Mr. Kyle from any misrepresentation 
regarding this bitch. 

On the other hand, Mr. Kyle is not explicit 
enough respecting Sweep and Drive. It is ne- 
cessary that we should have the following infor- 
mation regarding each of these dogs: When 
imported, how imported, who purchased from, 
and the original letters containing the pedigrees. 



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The English Mastiff. 

BT X. B. WYNN. 

Part VI. 

FPart V. I instanced cases of the frequent 
use that the mastiff was kept, bred for and 
put to, namely bear-baiting, during the reigns 
of the Tudors until the times of the Stuarts 
and after, and in this part I propose tracing the 
breed down to 1800. There is a capital descrip- 
tion of the mastiff in Flemming's translation of 
Cairo's 'Treatise on Dogs," written about 1550. 
for the use of the famous naturalist Conrad 
Gesner. The description runs as follows: ' 'Of 
the mastiff or bandogge. called in Latin Villa- 
ticus or Cathenarius, tnis kind of dog is vast 
and therefore bat of little swiftness. * * * 
Our Englishmen assist nature with art, use and 
custom, for they teach their dogs to bait the 
bear," etc. Further on he speaks of the mas- 
tiff for drawing water, saying, "And these be 
of the greater and weightier sort, drawing 
water out of wells and deep pits by a wheel 
which they turn round about by the moving of 
their hardenous bodies. This kind of dog is 
called also the pack or baggage dog, because 
with marvelous patience they bear big pack- 
ages filled with tinker's tools, etc. Besides the 
qualities already recounted, this kind of dog 
hath this principal property ingraften in them 
that they love ther* masters liberally, and hate 
strangers dispitefully, wherefore to their mas- 
ters when travelling they are a singular safe- 
guard, defending them forcibly from the inva- 
sion of villians and theeves, etc." I will warn 
my readers that I have had somewhat to con- 
dense and modernize the language, but the book 
itself should be in the library of every dog 
fancier, being very reasonable m price. 

However, from the mention of the vast heavy 
body, it is palpable that Caius was writing of 
the breed we now term the mastiff, and from 
his mention that "the greater and weightier 
sort were used for water drawers," that both 
the bulldog and mastiff were termed mastiff or 
bandog, and only distinguished by the words 
greater or weightier sort, which throws light 
on Laneham's statement, written about 1575. 
that the bears were baited by "a great sort of 
bandog" (vide Nicholls Progress, Vol I., p. 249). 
Caius gives a supplement explaining the mean- 
ing of the various names of dogs. Under the 
mastiff or bandog section he states that the 
name mastiffs originated from the fatness of 
the dog's body, giving the word sagtna (a well 
fed or conditioned animal) as the Latin equiva- 
lent for mastiff, saying this kind of dog, which 
is usually tied, is mighty gross and fat fed. I 
may say the word sagina does not necessarily 
imply mere obesity, as Pliny, Tacitus and Pro- 
pertius make use of the word in connection 
with the food and feeding of gladiators, for 
gladiators used to take large quantities of 
strengthening food, and it may be instanced, 
as an example of vast size, combined with great 
courage, strength and lasting power that, it 
has been recorded of the late Col. Frederick 
Burnaby (of "Ride to Khiva" fame), a typical 
Englishman, that he was Homeric in his eating 
and could dispose of two or three pounds of 
meat at a sitting* and this recalls Shakespeare's 
words, "Quit, quit, and the men do sympathize 
with the mastiffs in robustuous and rough 
coming on, and then give them great meals of 
beef, they will eat like wolves and fight like 



devils." This may at first seem somewhat 
digressing from my subject, but it is not so, a» 
it not only shows now the mastiff should be fed 
but how thev were fed in the days when pluck: 
and strength formed the ideal standard they 
were bred to. The modern biscuit-puffed-up, 
flabby-muscled mastiff is no longer the glad- 
iatorial animal of the sixteenth century. 

In his mention of the Aquarius, or dogs used 
for drawing water, Caius speaks of the Cants 
urcanus, stating it is the offspring of bandog 
and bear; but other writers have used the word 
urcanus or bear dog, to define the true English 
mastiff, and it is plainly only a credulous ac- 
ceptance on the part of Caius, admitting the 
reported ursine connection, and this urcanus is 
but another instance of the endeavor to dis- 
tinguish the larger bandog of true mastiff. By 
some Caius has been set down as merely a 
credulous canine biosraphist, but having 
studied his work oarefuTly , I consider it is won- 
derfully accurate considering the age it was 



Latin, will not find the work so compli 
and obscure as some writers have stated, al- 
though to understand a work of the sort cor- 
rectly, a writer should have some slight knowl- 
edge of coeval and preceding authors. Flem- 
ming spells some of the Latin words very 
queerly, but that is not half so bad or am using 
as the transcriptive error that Mr. Vero Shaw 
made or let pass in his "Book of the Dog," 
Part I., page 8, when quoting from Caius, viz. : 
•' Cants viUaticus or Carbenarius." When first 
I read this, not having seen Flemming's trans- 
lation, I judged this Carbenarius might have 
connection with Carbonarius of or belonging 
to coal, having some reference to a coal-yard 
dog. I am amused and somewhat surprised 
that an author with a B. A. should have al- 
lowed such an error to pass. 

At Castle Howard, the seat of the Earl of 
Carlisle, there is a painting by Titian (who died 
1576) of a mastiff and some cats. This picture 
would seem to be painted some years previous. 
In style and character the dog resembles more 
the old Alpine or Asiatic, than the modern Eng- 
lish mastiff, having a still more massive frame 
and larger limbs. The color is a rich red fawn, 
with white blaze up the face and white on the 
forelegs. At Detchley , in Oxfordshire, the seat- 
of Viscount Dillon, there is a painting by John- 
son of Kir Henry Lee and a mastiff that saved 
his life. This painting, which was made pre- 
vious to 1600 and during Elizabeth's reign, is the 
subject of one of the many pleasing anecdotes 
of the fidelity, sagacity and courage of the 
mastiff, being briefly: While Sir Henry Lee 
was traveling on the Continent, one night his 
mastiff persisted in coming into his bedroom. 
The dog had never done so before and was 
turned out twice, but the third time he forced 
his way in ; his owner, partly to indulge the 
animal, fortunately allowed him to remain. In 
the middle of the mght Sir Henry was awakened 
by a low growl from the dog, and he perceived 
th&door of his room to be opening cautiously 
and a figure stole in with a naked dagger in 
hand, and was coming toward the bed when 
the mastiff sprang out from underneath and 
laid the would-be assassin low. It proved to- 
be Sir Henry's own valet, who confessed he 
had come into the room witn the intention of 
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due to the dog alone that the crime was frus- 
trated. This true incident formed the theme 
for the pretty tale of St. Sebastian, a work of 
Action, by Miss Porter, if I remember rightly. 
However, to resume our history, Sir Henry 
brought the dog home with him and had a col- 
lar made for it, on which was the motto "More 
faithful than Xayored." In the picture the 
head and neck are ail of the dog introduced, 
.and on the collar may be read «he words "More 
faithful." Judging from the head, the dog 
.seems to have been a large, fierce-looking ani- 
mal. The ears are rather short, in color he 
seems to have been a red fawn, with black ears 
and muzzle, with white on the face. Viscount 
Dillon kindJy wrote informing me that the pic- 
ture was photographed in 1855, but he knew of 
no exact engraving from it. 

Paintings of this description prove beyond 
.any dispute the size and general type or the 
mastiff about 1600. We have seen how James 
L, with his usual curiosity, tried the mastiff 
against the lion, and it was his son, Prince 
Henry of Wales, who is reputed to have said 
<of the dog, "He that had fought with the king 
-of beasts should never fight a meaner creature." 
This royal lion-baiting must have taken place 
between 1608 and 1605, in which latter year 
Stowe, who records it, died, and as Prince 
Henry lived until 1612, he it was who was 
Prince of Wales at the time. I have given the 
•exact dates as near as possible, as a well-known 
modern writer on the mastiff has stated that 
it was Charles I. who made the aforesaid 
speech, but as Charles was only born in 1600 
he could only have been a child of some four 
years old, at the outside, at the time— but of 
this misstatement more in its place. In 1621, 
about. James I. prohibited bear-baiting on Sun- 
days in his "Book of Sports." The year 1625 
brought Charles I. to the throne. Like his 
father and brother he was a good sportsman 
and fond of dogs. We find him advertising 
through the press for "a bob-tailed, cropped- 
eared black mastiff" which had strayed from 
the royal kennel. Owing to Charles's patron- 
age of the fine arts he has bequeathed to us 
some historical proofs of the type of the mastiff 
in his reign. 

About 1640 Vandyke made a painting of the 
children of Charles I. with a large mastiff dog 
in their center. From the children's stature it 
is easy to discern at once that the dog was of 
vast size. He was also of the deep red fawn 
with the usual white on face and legs; his ears 
were cropped somewhat roughly and not so 
■close as in most instances; the headis somewhat 
long. This dog appears to have been a court 
favorite, as there is another portrait of its head 
introduced by Vandyke by the side of Kille- 
grew. This picture Is in the possession of Lord 
Leconsfleld at Petworth House, Sussex, and the 
Duke of St. Albans has a similar one also by 
Vandyke. I have some photos of the latter 
taken from a very fair copy made from the 
original by Lieut. -CoL Gamier, R. E., who, 
writing to the Field newspaper under the nom 
de plume of "The Breeder of Governor's Sire," 
fell into the error of regarding this 
dog painted by. Vandyke as the one 
that successfully coped with the lion be- 
fore James L, as mentioned by Stowe. The 
incorrectness of this is patent and displays 
great carelessness. A period of some tmrty- 
nve years at least must nave separated the two 



dogs, and I am unaware that there is any his- 
torical mention of the latter animal. The same 
writer repeats this historical bungle in writing 
in the Field of Dec. 11, 1875, page 666. 

From the foregoing pictures we see it was 
the custom to crop the ears and shorten the 
tail of the mastiff in Charles I-'s day, which 
fashion remained up to 1885— at least Squire Wa- 
terton's (the naturalist) Tiger and Mr. Lukey's 
first mastiff Duchess being thus mutilated. It 
will also be noted that fawn, with the usual 
white face and legs, also black, were mastiff 
coloi*«bout 1600. In the Glasgow Corporation 
Galleries of Art is a painting entitled: "Horse 
Shoeing," by P. Wotrmman, who died in 1668. 
The mastiff introduced in tms picture has a 
noble head and the usual white paws. Pennant, 
in the preface of his "Synopsis." states that at 
Ray's date (about 1700) natural history was 
only beginning to dawn in Britain. All honor 
is therefore due to the blacksmith's son, as 
through his zoological writings he laid the 
foundation of the classification of the animal 
kingdom. Ray uses the word "mastivus" for the 
mastiff. The mastiff is frequently mentioned 
by writers soon after that date, as example 
Washington Irving in "The Life of Wesley's 
Mother/ 1 Fenimore Cooper in "The Pioneers," 
Smollett in his "Roderic Random," describing 
the siege of Carthagena. The introduction of 
the St. Bernard and Newfoundland helped 
considerably to banish the old English mastiff 
from our country houses. The great Linnaeus, 
writing about 1740, terms the mastiff Cants 
molossus. also Cants anglicus. It is worthy of 
remark that Linnaeus had visited England, and 
thus had excellent opportunity of examining 
the breed for himself, while his predecessor, 
Gesner, had to depend on Dr. Caius for infor- 
mation. 

To Correspondents. 

H. H. Towner,— A change of name calls for a new 
registration 

Mill Brook Kennels.— A change of name neces- 
sitates a Dew registration. We got two letters dated 
the same day, one gave Girala and the other Girola 
as the new name. 

Gate Citt Kennels.— You can register Black 
Prince. Give all the information you know to be 
perfectly correct, that is all we ask of any one. If 
the parents are registered oniy give their name and 
number, and omit extended pedigree. 

Miss Tenney.— The proper course is to write to the 
paper which contained the report, then if you do not 
get satisfaction you can ask another editor to let you 
give your side of the story. No paper would allow 
you to attack its reporter personally, and you should 
know that the paper, not the reporter, is responsible 
for a report when published. Judging dogs i3 a mat- 
ter of opinion to an almost unlimited extent, and 
the reporter was doing his duty to his paper to give 
his opinion just as much as was the judge. That 
you are wrong in your remarks respecting the "idea 
that prizes were awarded to friends of the club," we 
can easily prove. In the first place, it is an accusa- 
tion of dishonesty against the judge. Secondly, the 
reporter and the judge are gentlemen well known to 
one another, and the former knows as well as we do 
that the j udge is far removed from even the very faint- 
est; suspicion, and however much they may disagree- 
on the merits of certain dogs, such an idea as you sug- 
gest is out of the question. Possibly if we had been 
there we should have disagreed with both, but you 
have no right to suppose that if we said so it was 
tantamount to saying that they were dishonest, or 
vice versa. If you wish to believe all that your 
friends tell you about your dog, never read a report 
of a show, but if you will do so, remember it is only 
the good dogs the reporter pays attention to. 



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Turk II., No. 2222. 

Editor American Kennel Register: 

The entry of Turk II., A.K.R. 2222, is con- 
fusing. This must be the Turk long owned 
by W. H. Lee, and is the sire of Brenda II. 
and Countes3, numbers 2219 and 2220, where the 
name is simply Turk. This dog is six years 
old; was first, Boston, 1882; second (to Nevison) 
Pittsburgh, 1888, and beat Creole for a special 
at same show. W. Wade. 

Hulton, Pa., April 16, 1886. 

Boston Dor Show. 

THE first annual dog show of the New Eng- 
land Kennel Club was held on April 7 to 10, 
in Music Hall, Boston. The judges were: C. S. 
Westcott, setters; G. N. Appold, pointers; J. 
R. Pierson, greyhounds and deerhounds: Mr. 
Barlow, mastiffs, St. Bernards, Newfoundlands 
fox-terriers, bull- terriers, Yorkshire terriers, 
bulldogs, pugs and toy terriers; Mr. Kirk, fox- 
hounds, beagles, Bassets, toy spaniels, black 
and tan, Scotch, Dandie Dinmont and Bedling- 
ton terriers. Below is a full list of the 

AWARDS. 

MA8TIFF8.— Champion— Dogs: 1st, Ashmont Ken- 
nels (Hero n.). Bitches: Ashmont Kennels (Dolly 
Varden).— Open— Dogs: 1st, Mrs. L. BeUmorel Prince 
Waldemar); 2d. A&hmont Kennels (IJford Cromwell). 
Very high com. reserve, E H. Moor* j Uforil Caution) 
Very high com.. L. Pratt (Rescoe HI.}. High coin., 
Mrs. J. C. Whltln (York). Com.. tJordon Deiter 
(Turk). Bitches: 1st, Ashmont Ken net I (Bnl Gal); 
2d, E. H. Moore (Tamora). Com., M, J H Manning 
(Fly).— Puppies— Dogs. 1st, F. R. Grave* (TheWqmre); 
2d, F. H. Brown (Tony) Very hign HND+. H. Eien- 
nett (unnamed). Bitches: 1st, winlawn Ken p els 
(Minerva); 2d,F. O. Vaille (Judy). 

8T. BERNARDS. — Rough-Coated — Champion— 
Dogs: No entries. Bitches: No entries— Open - 
Dogs: 1st, A. W. Pope (imported Romeo); 2d, Cbe- 
«juasset Kennels (Hermit). Very high com. reserve, 
S. Jackson (Leo). Very high com.. Forest dry Ken- 
nels (Caesar). High com , P. W. Johnson (Jack). 
Com., J. Kalbkopf (Prince). Bitches: 1st, A. W. 
Pope (tiaronne); #d. Mill Brook Kennels (Stella) 
Very high com. resei ve, L. W. Allen (Cadess). Very 
high com.. V. Shunk (Fanny). High com., R. C. 
Dean (Empress). Com., Chequasset Kennels (fleidel). 
— Puppies— Dogs: 1st, Essex Kennels (Julian). 
Bitches: 1st, E. E. Hardy (Alnormia); 2d, Forest City 
Kennels (Miss Otho). 

ST. BERN ARDS.— Smooth-Coated — Champion— 
Dogs: No entries. Bitches: No entries.— Open— 



F.W. Daniel (Gram). High com., B. Lombard, Jr. 
{Saroy). Bitches: 1st, Mill Brook Kennels (Wanda); 
2d, Mill Brook Kennels (Snowball). Very high com. 
reserve. Fores o City Kennels (Avis). Very high com., 
Forest City Kennels (Lotta).— Puppies -Dogs: 1st, H. 
Langfritz (Reno). Bitches: No entries. 

NEWFOUNDLANDS. - Champion — Dogs: No 
entries. Bitches: No entries.— Open— Dogs: 1st, 
Acadia Kennels (Sam); 2d, Dan O'Shea (Btodo). 
Very high com., Acadia Kennels (Noble;. High 
com., R. C. Murray (Jumbo). Com., E. S. Emory 
<Dexter). Bitches: 1st, Acadia Kennels (Fly), Pup- 
pies— Dogs: 1st, A. H. Pratt (Hero). Bitches: 1st, 
Acadia Kennels (Evangeline). 

POINTERS.— Champion— 86lbs. and over— Dogs: 
1st, Westminster Kennel Club (Sensation). SOlbs. 
and own— Bitches: No entries.— Open.- 66lbs. and 
over— Dogs: 1st, C. A. Parker (William Tell); 2d, 
Clifton Kennel ( Donald n.); 3d, E. S. Emery Pick). 
Very high com. reserve. J. E. Wilson (Toots). Very 
high com., C. F. Murphy (Rex).— 50lbs. and oyer— 



Bitches: 1st. Knickerbocker Kennel Hub (Flirt): 2d, 
Westminster Kennel Club (Madstone). Very high 
com. reserve, G. W. Emery (Sal). Very high com., 
Knickerbocker Kennel Club (Lucille); Westminster 
Kenntl Club (Lassie).— Champion-Under 55lbs — 
Dogs: No entries. Under 60lbs.— Bitches: Only 
entry absent — Open. — Under 65lbs.— Dogs: 1st, 
Clifton Kennels (Robin Adair); 2o, Westminster 
Kennel Club (Bang Bang). Very high com., Dr. W. 
M. Lambkin (Prince); R. C. Cornell (Piince of 
Orange): J. S. Davis (Mat) High com., E. S. Emery 
(Jim).— Under &0LB8.— Bitches: 1st and 2d, West- 
minster Kennel Club (Countess) and (Lucky Store). 
Very high com. reserve, F. Stevenson, Jr. (Mistrel). 
Very high com., Clifton Kennel (Rosa and Lady 
BangjrPuppiES.— Dogs: 1st, C. O. Thomas (Daniel 
W«bster); 2d, L. B. R. Briggs (Hylax). Very high 
com., C. F. Lambert (Shot); J. H. Baird (Beacon). 
High com , C. H. Dole (Sam). Bitches: 1st, Clifton 
Kennels (Lou); 2d, F. L. Sprague (Victoria). 

ENGLISH SETTERS.- CHAMPioN-Doys; 1st, Black- 
stcne Kennels (Plantaganet). Bitches: No entries. 
— Open— Dogs: 1st, F. Windholz (Rockingham); 2d, 
W. Tallman (Foreman). Very high com. reserve, W. 
Tallman (Mack B.). Very high com.. L. Adams and 
A. M. Tucker (Gus Bondhu). High com., L. B. 
Wright (Jester), and W H. Emerson (Frank). Com., 
C. W. Laselle (Spot); H. B. Duryea (Royal Sultan); 
and P. St. Martin (Colonel). Bitches: 1st, W. Tail- 
man (Forrest Dora); 2d, R. C. Cornell (Modesta). 
Very high com. reserve, G. J. Lewis (Eudora). Very 
high com., W. Tallman (Grace B); and L. Shuster, 
Jr. (Coomassie). High com , C. W. Nutting (Zou); 
and D. O'Shea (Lill). Com., H. B. Duryea (Queen 
Bess) —Puppies— Dogs: 1st, withheld ; 2d, C. E.Tay- 
lor (Count Fosco). Very high com., B. Wilder (Budd). 
Higb com., E. A. Halgbt (Ino); and T. C Faxon 
(Hafed). Com., A. J. Heitt (Crimps). Bitches: 1st. 
Merrimac Kennels (Speed); 2d, H. Merriam (Royal 
Spot). Very high com. , E. Butters (Flossy). Com., E. 
A. Austin (Kitty Wells). 

GORDON 8ETTERS.— Champion -Dogs: 1st, H. C. 
Glover (Turk). Bitches: No entries. - Open— Dogs: 
lst,C. R. Taylor (Gem); 2d, J. C. Cobb, Jr. (Duke 
of whippany). Very high com. reserve, D. O'Shea 
(Jack). Very high com., Merrimack Kennels (Dick); 
T. Havey (Ponto). High com., C H.Jones (Gem); 
C. H. J«>nes (Rollo); G. Coleman (Tom). Coin.. W. H. 
Johnson (Rex). Bitches: 1st. Merrimac Kennels 
(Heather Lass); 2d, G. E. Brown (Topsey). Very high 
com. reserve. M. McLme (Dai-y Blossom). Very 
high com., J. A. Douglass (Topsy D.). High com.. 
C. R. Tavlor(Rboda). Coo*., J. M. Ramsey (Juno). 
—Puppies— Dogs: 1st, withheld; 2d, J E. Thayer 
(ArguiII.). High com., H.L. Kinney (Eric). Com., 
W.G. Drew (Topsy *8 Boy). Bitches: 1st, withheld; 
2d, H. L Kinsley (Bijou). Very high com., Merrimac 
Kennels (Neva); C. H. Jones (Diana). 

IRISH SETTERS.— CHAMPION-Doflrs: W. H. Pierce 
(Glencho\ Bitches: T. G. Budington (Fa *n).— Open 
—Dogs: 1st. I. H. Roberts (Bruce); 2d. E. W. Clark, 
Jr. (Blarney). Very high com. reserve, T. Wilson 
(Daph). Very high com., J. J. Scanlon (Pride of Glen- 
cho). Brush Hill Kennels (Rocket). High com., F. C. 
Mosely (Page), A. Cobb (Duke). Com., Wm. Basset, 
Jr. (Chester), R. F. Winslow (Major). Bitches: 1st, 

A. S Guild (Syen); 2d, J. F. D wight (Noreen). Very- 
high com. reserve, I. H. Roberts (Jessie). Very high 
com., C. F. Mulliken (Dollie M.), H. B. Thomas 
(FamaV High com., G. T. Wells (Romaine), Sham- 
rock Kennels (Zelda), W. H. Mann (Peggy 0*More), 
L. A. Hall (Nettie), G. J. Fortune (Becky). Com.. W. 
H. Mann (Nellie M.), Conway & Hope (Jennie Glen- 
coe), N. H. Whitemore (Nelo), A. H. Abbott (Daisy). 
—Puppies— Dog*: 1st, Roger Bros. (Cleveland); 2d, 
C. Cummings (Con). Very high com., J. J. Scanlon 

i Brian Borue). High com., P. F Bresnahan (Dash). 
Pitches: 1st, J. J. Scanlon (Lulu); 2d, W. Dunphey 
(Molly Bawn). 

IRISH WATER SPANIELS. — Champion —No 
entries.— Open -Dogs: No entries: Bitches: 1st, F. 

B. Terrell (Mink). 

FIELD SPANIELS.— Champion- Dogs: 1st, H. W. 
Huntington (Benedict). Bitches: No entries.— Open. 
—Dogs: 1st, A. C. Wilmerding (Black Prince); 2d, J. 



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Luckwell (Bob. Jr.). Com., H. Myers (Sancho). 
Bitches: 1st, A. O.Wiimerding (Newton Abbott Lady): 
2d, W. O. Partridge (Cutle). Very high com., J. 
McNutty (Nellie). Black Cocker Spawism- Cham- 
pion, Under SSlbs.— Dogs: 1st, J. P. Wflley (Obo II.) 
Bitches; No entries— Open- Aoys; 1st, J. P. Wllley 

Soung Obo); 2d, G. C. Thomson (Raven). Bitches: 
s W. O. Partridge cHeien): 2d, C. H. Baker 
(Pauline Markbam).— Puppies— Doflw; lsLG.C.Thomp- 
son (Raven XT.). Bitches: 1st. A. Laidlaw (Belle); 
2d, G.C. Tnompson (Black Busy).— any Other Color 
—Champion -No entries.— Open— Do?*: 1st. A. Lald- 
law (Sport); 2d, withheld. Bitches: 1st, A. C. Wil 
merdiog (Marion); 2d, G. C. Thompson (Busy). Very 
high com., G. L. Tarr (Smudge).— Puppies— Dops.- 
1st, A. Laidlaw (Dash). Bitches: No entries. 

CLUMBER SPANIELS.-Dofft; let, G. W. Lovell 
(Jackey); 2d, M. Richardson (Bateman). Bitches; 
1st, G.W. Lovell (Romp). 

GREYHOUNDS.- Champion- Dogs: 1st, H. W. 
Smith (Friday Night). Bitches: No entries. -Ophn- 
Dpgs; 1st. H. W. Smith (Memnon); 2d, H. W. Smith 
(Dell) Very high com., A. 8. Benu (Guard). Bitches: 
1st, H. W. Smith (Mother Demdike); 2d, withheld. 
Very high com., H. W. Clark (Honor Bright). High 
com., F. H. Chapman (Gill).— Puppies— Dogs; 1st, H. 
W. Smith (Stormy Night). Bitches; No entries. 
w DEERHOUNDS.-Champion-2>oo«; 1st, Clovemook 
Kennels (Mac). Bitches: 1st J. E. Thayer (Lorna H ). 
— Open— Dogs: 1st, J. E. Thayer (Bran); 2d, Clover- 
nooic Kennels (Heather). Bitches: 1st, Clovernook 
Kennels (Perth); 2d, J. E. Thayer (Thora). Puppies; 
No entries. 

^FOXHOUNDS.- Champion-Do^: 1st, Merrimac 
Kennels (Forester II.). Bitches: No entries. -Opkn 
—Dogs; 1st, Myopia Hunt Club (Dashwood): 2d, Myo- 
pia Hunt Club (Notary). Very high com., A. Hilton 
(John); Associated Fanciers (Dixie). High com.. J. 
H. Staple (Lion) ; H. B. Burgess (Dixie Hj. Com., C. 
W. Hall (Pete): J. W. AUen (Sport). Bitches: 1st, 
Myopia Hunt Club (Stainless); 2d, Myopia Hunt Club 
(Rebecca). Very high com., L. Crocker (Alto); D. 
O Shea (Ranger). High com., R. E. Cochran (Beauty); 
L.Bronsdon (Dixie B).— Puppies— Dogs: 1st, P. T. 
Nickerson (Ko«suth). Bitches: No entries 

BEAGLES.-Champion— Dogs: 1st, D. O'Shea (Rat- 
tler). Bitches: 1st, D. O'Shea (Music).— Open-Doos.- 
1st. A. H. Wakefield & Co. (Little Duke); 2d, D. 
O'Shea (Rattler II). Yery high com., A. H. Wake- 
field & Co. (Leader). High com.. J. A. Faulkner 
(Rough). Bitches: 1st, aTh. Wakefield & Co. (Bush); 
2d, C. H. Lounsbury (Little Beauty). Very high 
com., D. O'Shea (Hasty). High com., W. N. Pond 
(Twinkle).— Puppies— Dogs: 1st, 8. L. Farrar (Dixie); 
2d, C. H. Lounsbury (Woodcraft). Bitches: No en- 
tries. 

BASSETS.— Champion— No entries.— Open— Dogs; 
1st. Maizeland Kennels Nemours. Bitches: Prize* 
withheld.— Puppies— No entries. 

DACHSHUNDE — CHAMPion— No entries. -Open- 
Dogs; No entries Bitches: Absent. Puppies: No 
entries. 

COLLIES.- Champion — Dogs: 1st, T. H. Terry 
(Robin Ada!-). Bitches: 1st, T. H. Terry iZulu Prin- 
cess) — OPEN-Doflra.- 1st, J. D. Shortwell (Ben Nevis); 
2d, Kilmarnock Collie Kennels (Bruce of theFylde). 
Ve»*v high com. reserve, Kilmarnock Collie Kennels 
(Talisman). Very high com., E. B. Nichols (Shep), 
J. Mortimer Scot. High com., J. Lindsay (Hiram and 
Craft). Com., E. A. Moseley (Laddy). Bitches: 1st 
and 2d, Kilmarnock Collie Kennels (Winnie and 
Drumlin Isle). Very high com. reserve, J. Lindsay 
(Gem). Very high com.. T. H. Terry (Lasso' Lowrie 
and M»*g) High com., J. Lindsay (Fairy). Com.. 
Kilmarneck Collie Kenoels( Phyllis).— Puppies— Dogs: 
1st, J. Lindsay (Joe Nettles); 2d. Kilmarnock Collie 
Kennels (Joker) Very high com.. A. J. Bruff (Pollie 
B). Com.. E. V. Mitchell (Ned), F. L. Fish (Rover). 
Bitche*: 1st, T. H.Terry (Daisey); 2d, Kilmarnock 
Collie Kennels (Madge). Very high com. reserve, 
very high com. and high com., Kilmarnock Collie 
Kennels (Topsy, Ki'marnock Belle and Nettie). 
Com.. Kilmarnock Collie Kennels (Blanche and 
Elfie). 



FOX-TERRIERS.— Champion — Dogs; 1st. J. E. 
Thayer (Raby Tyrant). Bitches: 1st, J. E. Thayer 
Richmond Olive).— Open— Dogs: lrt, J. E. Thayer 
Surprise); 24, Monmouth Kennels (Lannoelot). Very 
high com. reserve, W. Sargent (Jack). Very high 
com., J. Hayes (Tatters). Com., C. W. Keyes (Young 
Nimble). Bitches: 1st and 2d, Monmouth Kennels 
(Lyra and Nannie). Very high com. reserve, L. Car- 
ter (Minnie). Com., W. Sargent (Gill).— Puppies.- 
Dogs; 1st. Clovernook Kennels (Scarsdale Joe) : 2d, 
G. B. Inches (Gaylad). High com., Merritnac Ken- 
nels(Nat). Bitches: 1st, J. E. Thayer (Di). High 
com., C. H. Dole (Rosie) and Merrimac Kennels 
(Chub) — Wirb-Haibed.— No entries. 

BULL-TERRIERS.— Champion— Dogs; 1st, R. & W. 
Livingston (Grand Duke). Bitches: lrt, E. 8. Porter 
(Victoria).— Open— Dogs: 1st, E. S. Porter (Presi- 
dent); 2d, C. R. Tajlor (Young Bill). Very high 
com. reserve, T. R. Varrick (Dutch. Jr.). Very 
high com., Associated Fanciers (Saxon). Com . C. 
Murphy (Royal HI.). Bitches: let, T. R. Varrick 
(Young Baroness): 2d,E. 8. Porter (tfellie).— Puppies 
—Dogs; 1st, F. F. Dole (The Earl). Bitches; No 
entries. 

BLACK AND TAN TERRIERS.— Champion— Over 
Tlbs.— Dogs: Absent. Bitches: 1st. J. F. Scholes 
(Bessie). -Open— Dogs: 1st, withheld; 2d, J. Sugrue 
(Sancho). Bitches: No entries. Puppies: No entries. 

SKYE TERRIERS.— Champion -Dogs; 1st, W. J. 
Comstock (Souter Johnny). Bitches: No entries.— 
Open -Dogs: 1st, G. Sanderson (Watty); 2d, F. P. 
Trowbridge (Dandy). Bitches: 1st. C. B. Young 

Sessie;) 2d, G. W. Borrowscale (Nellie). High com., 
iss F. Fisher (F»y). Commas. Mooney (Courtney). 
—Puppies— Dogs: 1st, C B. Young (Punch); 2d, Lucy 
N. Nutting (Tu Tu). Bitches: No entries. 

YORKSHIRE TERRIERS.— Champion— Over Slbs. 
—No entries.— Open— Dogs: 1st P. Clancy (BUI); J. F. 
Campbell (Dandy). Very high com.. G. Walton 
(Charley); Miss Madelain Boardman (Cnic Chic). 
Bitches: 1st, Herman Chapin (Topsy) — undeb 5lbs. 
—No entries.— Puppies Dogs; 1st, Jerome C. Daly 
(Ben); 2d, Mrs. H. Oliver (Rats). 

SCOTCH TERRIERS.— Champion— Dogs: 1st. D- 
O'Shea (Maior). Bitches: No entries.— Open— Dogs: 
1st, L. B. Wright (Boxer); 2d, C. T. Thompson 
(Mustard). Bitches: 1st, L. B. Wright (Vic).— Puppies. 
—No entries. 

IRISH TERRIERS.— Doo«;D. O'Shea (Garry Owen). 
Bitches: 1st, I. S Allan (Nancy); 2d, D. O'Shea Erin). 

BEDLINGTON TERRIERS-Doo*.- 1st, J. F. Rcholee 
(Blucher); 2d, D. O'Shea (Sting). Bitches: 1st, J. F. 
Scholes (Lillie). 

BULLDOGS.— Champion— Oveb 45lbs.— Dogs; 1st, 
J. E. Thayer (Tippoo). Bitches: 1st, J. E. Thayer 
(Bellissima).— Open— Dogs; 1st, J. E. Thayer (Rob- 
inson Crusoe) ; 2d, J. E. Thayer (Romulus). Very 
high com. reserve, J. J. Thompson (Leon). High 
com., C. N. Peridn (Duke III.).— Over SSlbs.— 
Bitches; 1st, J. E. Thayer (Rhodora); 2d, R. ft W. 
Livingston (Bellona) Very high com., J. E. Thayer 
(Josephine). — Under 45lbb. —Dogs: 1st, R. & W. 
Livingston (Bos).— Qndbb SSlbs.- Bitches: No en- 
tries. — Under 4Slbs — Dogs: 1st, J. E. Thayer 
(Moses); 2d, Clovernook Kennels ( lover Grip), 
very high eom., G. Curtis (Jake).— Under 86lbs. 
— Bitches: 1st, J. E. Thayer (Juno).— Puppies— Dogs: 
Diploma, J. E. Thayer (Hillside). Bitches: 1st, J. E. 
Thayer (Juanita). 

PUGS.— Champion— Dogs: No entries. Bitches; 
Absent.— Open— Dogs: 1st, Forest City Kennels (Doc* 
tor); 2d, J. F. Scholes (Echo). Verv high com. re- 
serve, Miss E. Lee (Young Othello). Very high 
com., Chequasset Kennels (Young Toby). City View 
Kennels (Napoleon), Dr. Al Watt's (Punch). Bitches: 
1st, A. O. Austin (Dolors); equal 2d. City View Ken- 
nels (Flossy) and Miss M. A. D. Tenny (Lady Pil- 
kington). Very high com., A. F. Keith (Tot) High 
com.,W. H. Claflin (Flora), Miss H. M. Chaffee (Lady 
Bess). Com., A. F. Keith (Ida).— Puppies -Dogs: 1st, 
H. W. Surles(Duke); 2d. Forest City Kennels (Sam). 
Very high com. reserve, Forest City Kennels (Santa 
Claus). High com.. MiasE. L. Handy iPope) Bitches: 
1st, Foreat Cicy Kennels (Queen); 2d, Forest City 



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Kennels (Almab). Very high com., Forest City Ken- 
nels (Nancy). 

TOY TERRIERS.— Othxr than Yobeshibm.— 
Dog*: 1st, C. W. C. Rhoadee (Dot)* 2d, E. J. O'Don- 
neti's (Jumbo) Bitches: 1st, W. 8. Preseott's (Tony); 
2d, H. R. Buries (Dot). Very high com. reserve, w. 
B. Murray (Midget). Very high com., J. Moran 
<Nancy). 

KING CHARLES SPANIEIS.-Dopj; 1st, Dr. G. 
Walton (Young Prince Jsmhur): 3d. G. A. Jones 
(Duke). Very high com., John F. Scholes (Toronto 
Charlie). High com, R. T. Ross (Jo Jo). Com.,F. 
B. Fay (Royal Prince) ; R. Russel (Carlo). Bitches: 1st, 
Belle Borrowscale (Pretty Poll) ; 2d, F. B. Fay (Dolly). 
Very high com.. John F. Scholes (Toronto Princie). 
High com., F. B. Fay (Minnie); Mrs. Percie A. Pood 
(Esmeralda); R. T. Ross (Blanche). Com., Mrs. Mur- 
phy (Brunette). 

BLENHEIM SPANIELS.— Dogs: let, H. W. Smith 
(Beauty;) 3d, J. Hart (Roy). Bitches: No entries. 

ITALIAN GREYHOUNDS.-^***: 1st, withheld; 
»d, L. B. Davis (David Davis). Bitchet: 1st, Miss E. 
Van Buren (Fanny.*; 2d, J. 8. Morehouse (Nellie). 

POODLES.— Dogs: 1st, G. H. Warren (Cairo). 
Bitches: Withheld. 

CHIHUAHUA OR MEXICAN HAIRLE9S.-lst, 
Mrs. H. T. Foote (Me Too). Very high com., F. Kicg 
(Jerry). 
% SPECIAL PRIZES. 

Best mastiff dog, Hero II. Best mastiff bitch, Dolly 
Yarden. Best brindle mastiff dog, Ilford CromwelL 
Best rough-coated St. Bernard, Romeo. Best smooth- 
coated St. Bernard, Veronne. Best rough-coated St. 
Bernard puppy, Julian. Best St. Bernard the get 
of Cee^ar, Ion. Best Newfoundland, Sam. Best pair 
Newloundlands, Sam and Fly. Best kennels of New- 
foundlands, Acadia Kennels. Best pointer, Sensa- 
tion. Best large pointer, Sensation. Best small 
pointer. Robin Adair. Best collection of pointers, 
Westminster Kennel Club. Best kennel of five 
pointers, Westminster Kennel Club. Best large 
pointer bitch in open class, Flirt. Best English 
setter, Rockingham. Best kennel of five English 
setters, Blackstone Kennels, Best English setter 
with field trial record, Foreman. Best Gordon setter 
dog in open class, Gem. Best Gordon setter bitch 
in open class. Heather Lass. Best brace of Gordon 
setters owned by a member of the club, Dick and 
Heather Lass. Best Irish setter Glen cho. Best Irish 
setter dog, Glencho. Best Irish setter bitch in open 
class, Syren. Best brace of Irish setters owned by a 
member of the club, Zelda and Zingara. Best 
cocker spaniel dog owned by a member of the 
A.C.S. Club, Young Obo. Best bitch, Helen. Best 
black cocker spaniel, Helen. Best black cocker 
spaniel bitch, Helen. Best cocker spaniel other 
than black, Sport. Best black cocker spaniel dog, 
OboEL Best greyhound, Memnon. Best brace of 
greyhounds, Memnon and Mother Demdike. Best 
deerhound, Mac. Best deerhound bitch in open 
class, Perth. Best couple of foxhounds, Dash wood 
and Stainless. Best kennel of five beagles, Wake- 
field & Co. Best coupie of beagles, Rattler and 
Music. Best collie, Ben Nevis. Best collection of 
collies, Kilmarnock Collie Kennel. Best brace of 
collies, Kilmarnock Collie Kennel. Best fox-terrier, 
Richmond Olive. Best bull- terrier. Grand Duke. 
Best bull-terrier puppy, The Earl. Best bull, Bells- 
jsima. Best pair of bulls, lippoo and Belissima. 
Be*t pug, Dolores. Best pug owned by a lady. Lady 
Pukiugton. Best pug tie get of Young Toby. Queen. 
Be* t brace of pugs, Forest City Kennel. Best Scotch 
terrier, Vic. Best King Charles spaniel, Young 
Prince Arthur. Best Italian greyhound, Fanny. 
Best poodle, Cairo. Best Yorkshire terrier, Bill. 
Be>t Bedlington terrier, Lillie. Best Clumber spaniel. 
Romp. Best Skye terrier. Souter Johnny. Best 
black and tan terrier, Bessie. 



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St. Louis Dog Show. 

ANNUAL doe show of the St. Louis Gun 
Club, April 21, 22 and 28. Mr. John H. 
Naylor judged all non-sporting classes. Major 
J. M. Taylor the setters, pointers and nounds, 
and Mr. J. H. Whitman the spaniels. 
AWARDS. 

POINTERS (exhibited by the 8t. Loub Kennel 
Club).-lst, E. C. Sterling (Robert le DiaWe). 

POINTERS.— Champion— Doo«: 1st, G.N. AddoM 
<B*»tq). Bitches: 1st, G.N. JKpoldfBaJsy Bravo)! 
— Ophn-Ovbb oSlbs.— Dogs: Com.. F. Itak (Jh>) — 
Oveb SOlbs.— Bitches: 1st, Missouri Kennels {Belle 
Faust); 2d, B. F. 8eitner (Zulu Faust). -Under Mlbs 
-Doom: 2d, B. F. Seitner (Rap).— Under SOlbs — 
Bitches: 2d, B. F. Seitner (Lass), r " ' 

J. Bremer (Beau Faust); 2d, B. F. 

ENGLISH SETTERS. — Champion— Bitches- 1st 
Memphis Kennels and J. M. Avent (Bessie A.).— Opmw 
—Dogs: 1st, G. G. Ware (Gladstone's Boy); ad J A 
McDonough (Count Glickstone); 3d, Memphis Ken- 
nels and J. M. Avent (Roderigo). Bitches: 1st. Mem- 



tner (lillie 



W 



phis Kennels and J. M. Avent (Juno A.); 2d. P M 
Rector (Clip); 8d, Missouri Kennels (Medora). Bun- 
pies: 1st, Dr. W. G. Moore (Pelham); 2d. Dr. W 
G. Moore's (Fannie Aldndge). ' 

GORDON 8BTTERS.-Doo«; 1st, C. A. Taylor (Gem) 
Bitches: 1st, C. R. Taylor (Rhoda) ; 2d, A. Kammerseli 
(NoraJ. Puppies: 1st, F. Hayden (Sancho PanzaV 
&, J. W. Ubberhine (Silk). Very bigh com.. Dr J 
Whitaker (Don). High com., J. W. Umberhine (Mal- 
colm). 

IRISH SETTERS.— Champion — Dogs: 1st. J A 
Spragu* (Brush). Bitches: 1st, J. A. Sullivan (Effle)' 
— Op*H-Dogs: 8d, T. Kublage (Elcbo). Bitches: 1st 
J. A. Sprague (Megora); 8d, P. J. McGuire'* Flora. ' 

MASTIFFS.— Champion-Do^*: 1st, W. P. Steven- 
son (Homer).— Open— Dogs: 1st and 2d, W. P. Ste- 
venson (Hilderbert and Hector). Bitches: 1st and 
2d, W. P. Stevenson (Liberty and Hebe). Puppies' 
1st and 2d, W. P. Stevenson (Minerva and Scipio). 

ST. BERNARDS.— Rough- Coated— Dora.- 1st. E 
M. Hall (Tell); 2d, E. D. Kargau (Puck). Puppies: 
1st, R. Henry (Switzer).— Smooth Coated— Doqs: 1st 
H. Gartb (Rector II.). Puppies: 1st, H. J. C&pham 
(Girola). 

NEWFOUNDLANDS.— 1st, S. 8. McCuen(Miro): 2d 
C. Neiberdin* (Leo). v )j Wf 

IRISH WATER SPANIELS.— Dogs; 1st and 2d, C 
B. Rodes (Kin* Flash and Erin). Bitches: 2d, C B* 
Rodes (High Tide). Puppies: 1st, C. B. Rodes (Un- 
named). 

FIELD SPANIELS.-lst, G. W. Schenck (Bonanza) 

COCKER SPANIELS.-Undeb 28lbs.- Doos; 1st 
W. D. Todd (Jet).— Undeb28lbs.— Dogs: 1st, J. Cum- 
mings (Flip); S9d, Dr. E. C. Franklin (Uarmaduke). 
Bitches: 1st, Dr. E. C. Franklin (Lady Mac). 

CHESAPEAKE BAY DOGS.-2dV Missouri Ken- 
nels (Mermaid). 

GREYHOUNDS.— 1st, Missouri Kennels (Don); 2d 
A. G. Hain (Sport) . Very hijrh com. , T. Hunt (Flash)! 
Puppies: 1st, F. Meyers (Tuck). ' 

DEERHOUNDS —Champion— 1st, Wilson P. Hunt 
(Dick).-OPEN-Ist, Wilson P. Hunt (Maida). 

FOXHOUNDS.— Dogs: 2d, W. Kaiser (Driver) 
Bitches: H. Marienau (Nellie). * 

BEAGLES.— Dogs; 1st, Fritz Thome (Driver) 
Bitches: 1st, Wilson P. Hunt (Fannie); 2d and very 
high com., Wilson P. Hunt (Faithful and Fidele). 

DACHSHUNDE.— 1st, B. F. Seitner (Prince). Very 
high com., Fred bigmund (Crown Prince). 

COLLIES —Champion— Dogs: ldt, J. A. Long (Rob 
Roy).— Open— Dogs: 1st, Geo. P. Strong (Duke). 
Bitches: 1st, 2d, very high com. and high com.. J. A 
Long (Nellie, Madge Wildfire, Flyaway and Kate). 

FOX-TERRIERS.— 1st, T. McHu*h (Punch); 2d, 
Emporia Kennels (Sam-Sam); 8d, Mrs. S. A. Kaye 
(at in? II.). Puppies: 2d, D. W. McMillan (Cleveland). 

BULL-TERRIERS.— 1st, C. J. Voorhis (Nellie); 2d, 
J. Bust y (Pet*). 

iSLACK AND TAN TERRIERS.-Over 7LBs.-lst, 
J. D. Phillips (Clip). * 



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YORKSHIRE TERRIERS.-2d, D. W. McMillan 

( DAND1E DINMONTS. — 1st, Master Voergter 

HPoSs.— CHAJCKOH-lBt, Mrs. G. H. Hill (Joe).— Open 
—Dogs: 2d. G. Lane (Whistler). Bitches: 1st, Fannie 
W. Baker (Lady l ufferin 1 . 

TOY TERRIERS,— Other than Yorkshire.— 1st, 
C. E. Michel (Rap); 2d, Mrs. S. A. Gaylord (Sara 
Bernhardt). 

ITALIAN GREYHOUNDS.-lst, Mrs. E. P. Rob- 
erta (Lilly); 2d, Mrs. E. P. Roberts (Little Pet); 8d, 
Mrs. E. P. ftoberts (Topsy). 

MISCELLANEOUS. — Equal 1st, Peter Zimmer 
(Jumbo); W. Bascome (Rover); T. Hunt (Nuit). 

SPECIAL PRIZES. 
Best pointer 'doer or bitch, E. C. Sterling's Robert 
le Diable. Best English setter dog or bitch, in the 
open class, Memphis Kennels 1 Juno. Best Irish set- 
ter dog or bitch— J. A. Sprague's Brush. Best Gor- 
don setter dog, C. H. Taylors Gem. Best Newfound- 
land dog owned in St. Louis, Chas. Neiberding's 
Leo. Best Newfoundland dog or bitch, 8. S. McCuen's 
Mlro. Best collie, J. A. Long's Rob Roy. Best Cbesa- 
veeke dog or bitch, Missouri Kennels' Mermaid. Best 
Yorkshire terrier, D. W. McMillan's Jack. Best 
Dandy Dinmont terrier. Master Voerster's Roger. 
Best pointer dog or bitch. E. C. Sterling's Robert le 
Diable. Best Irish setter dog or bitch, J. A. Sprague's 
Brush. Best fox-terrier, Thomas McHugh's Punch. 
Best black and tan terrier, J. D. Phillips's Clip. Col- 
lar for best mastiff, Newfoundland, pointer, setter 
collie and pug, E. C. Sterling's Robert le Diable. W. 
P. Stevenson~s Homer, Miss Lilly Munson's Prince 
Albert, J. A. Long's Rob Roy, Geo. H. Hill's Joe, 
W. P. Gates'- Paul Gladstone. Kennel man having 
the best collection of dogs in the best show condition 
under his care, B. F. Lewis, Philadelphia. Best dog 
of any breed entered by a lady. Mrs. Geo. H. Hill's 
pug Joe. 

New York Dog Show. 

THE ninth annual dog show of the Westmin- 
Kennel Club was held at Madison Square 
Garden, on April 28, 29, 30 and May 1. Mr. 
Hugh Dalziel, of London. Eng.. judged mastiffs 
St. Bernards, Newfoundlands, greyhounds, 
deerhounds, English retrievers, spaniels, (all 
classes), Basset hounds, dachshunde, bulldogs, 
bull-terriers (and all terriers except fox-ter- 
riers), pugs, Italian greyhounds and miscella- 
neous classes. Mr. J. M. Tracy, of Green wicb, 
Conn., pointers and Irish setters; Mr. John C. 
Higgins, of Delaware City, Del., English set- 
ters; Mr. H. Clay Glover, of New York city, 
black and tan setters; Mr. Isaac Townsend, of 
New York city, Chesapeake Bay dogs; Mr. A. 
Belmont Purdy,pf Hempstead, L. J., fox- 
hounds; Dr. J. W. Downey, of Newmarket, 
Md., collies and beagles; Mr. Lewis M. Ruther- 
furd, Jr.^of New York city, fox-terriers; Mr. 
John G. Heckscher of New York city, poodles. 
Below we give the complete list of 
AWARDS. 
MASTIFFS.— Champion —Dogs: Prize, Asbmont 
Kennels (Hero II.). Bitches: Prize, Ashmont Kennels 
(Lorna Doonev-OPEN— Dogs: 1st, Winlawn Kennels 
(Moses); 2d, Winlawn Kennels (Homer): 8d, W. O. 
West (Lion). Very high com.. Dr. William Fran- 
cis (Ben). High com., R. C. Watson (Jumbo). 
Com., Wilson S. Phraner (Court), and William D. 
Brereton (Noble). Bitches: 1st, Winlawn Kennels 
(Prussian Princess); 2d, Chas. H. Morgan (Lady 
Gladys); 8d, VFinJawn Kennels (Queen u.). Com., 
A. Grant (Begin a) and R. B. Holmes (Nora). Pup- 
pies'. 1st, Ad. Lalonguim (Leo); 2d, R. H. Derby 
(Pharaoh); 8d, Eben H. P. Squire (Duke). Very high 
com., I>. P. Foster (Countess); Herbert Mead (Odin 
and Olaf). High com . , J. L Winchell (Boss) ; Cha rles 
C. Marshall (Count Robert) ;C. D. Arthur (Vulcan); 



J. C. Sroieton (Kaffir); J. H. McMannus (Qrim);C. B. 
Gunther (Pans). Com.. Janes S. Cattanach (Sir 
William Wallace); Anton Miller (Harry and Jim), 
and Winlawn Kennels (Donald). 

ST. BERNARD**.— Rough-Coated — Champion — 
Dogs: Prize. E. R. Hearn (Duke of Leeds). Bitches? 
Absent.— Om-Dogs: 1st, D. P. Foster (St. Elmo); 
2d, Wm. uraham (First Choice); 8d. Alpine Kennels 
(Rollo). Very high com. reserve, H. E. Newell (Duke). 
Very high com., Alpi^ Kennels (Schoonhoven); 
Alpine Kennels (Carlo); H. E. Newell (Duke); John 
P. Barnard, Jr. (Prince); Miss Etna Ward (Og). 
High com., J. W. Burgess (Rene); Leonard F. Beck- 
with (Dare) : R. H. T. Adams (Jackson ). Com. , 8. F. 
Emmons (Caesar); Arthur C. James (Alp); Koefler 
& Ritter (Romeo). Bitches: 1st. E. R. Hearn (Rhona); 
2d, Fred W. Rothera (Lady Abbess). Puppies: 1st, 
Mill Brook Kennels (KOnig); 2d, E. R. Hearn (Abbot). 
Very high com., Mortimer Smith (Hoi); Neversink 
Lodge Kennels (Mountain Maid). HUrh com.. V. B- 
Sweeney (Romeo); Chas. 8. Fitch (Alpine Maid). 

ST. BERNARDS.— Smooth Coated.— Champion — 
Dogs: Prize, E. R. Hearn (Don H ). Bitches: Prize, 
Fred W. Rothera (Daphne).— Open— Dog*: 1st, Mill 
Brook Kennels (Verone); 8d, Herbert C. Whitney 
(Essex); 8d, H. H. Chittenden (Ernst). High com., 
Walter S. Murphy (Chic); Mill Brook Kennels (Zeno). 
Bitches: 1st. Mill Brook Kennels (Wanda); 2d and 
3d, withheld. Puppies: 1st, Mill Brook Kennels 
(Kobold): 2d,F. R. Hearn (Valentine, Jr.). Very high 
com., Mill Brook Kennels (Keeper); Mill Brook 
Kennels (Kara). High com., Mrs. Preston Steven- 
son (Grover) Com., K. E. Hopf (Belline II.). 

NEWFOUNDLANDS. — Dogs: 1st, S. S. McCuen 
(Mil o); 2d, H Burmann (Pride). Very high com., 
C. F. Strauss (Tasso). High com., Hon. D. Barnes 
(Bruno), and Geo. H. Gibson (Brigus). 

GREYHOUNDS.— Champion— Dogs: Prize, H. W. 
Smith (Friday Night). Bitches: No entries. —Open— 
Dogs: 1st, H. W. Smith (Memnon): 2d, H. W. Smith 
(Ben). Very high com., Madame F. Restless (Wash- 
ington): Dr. Mary J- McCleery (Victor). Com., Miss 
L. De Vivo (King Lear) and Dr. Brandreth Symonds 
(Master Donald). Bitches: 1st, H. W. Smith (Mother 
Demdike); ad, H. W. Smith (Fan). Very high com., 
C. S. Myer (Belle), Dr. Mary J. McCleery (Maud Mc- 
Grath). Puppies: 1st, H. W. Huntington (Hush 
Money); 2d, S. McCollom (School Boy). Very high 
com., (Lady Halifax). 

DEERHOUNDS. — Champion — Prize, Clovernook 
Kent els (Mac).— Open— Dogs: 1st, Mrs. F. B. Loring 
(Brian); 2d, Mrs. Neilson (Samuel). Very high com., 
Miss Laura Wheeler (Bruce). High com., Clovernook 
Kennels (Heather) and John E. Thayer (Bran). 
Bitches: 1st, Clovernook Kennels (Perth); 2d, with- 
held. 

POINTERS.— Champion— Over 56lbs.— Dogs: No 
entries. Bitches: Prize, Chri topher Moller (Water 
Lily).- Open - Over 6olbs.— Dogs: 1st, E. C. Ster- 
ling (Robert le Diable); 2d, C. w. Littlejohn (Fritz); 
8d, Clifton Kennels (Donald II.). Very high com. 
and high com.. Neversink Lodge Kennels (Drake and 
Croxtetb). Bitches over BOios.— 1st, Jas. P Swain 
(Nan): 2d, withheld; 8d, Neversink Lodge Kennels 
(Lady).— Champion— Under 55lbb.— Dogs: Prize, Geo. 
Norbury Appold ( Bravo). Bitche* under 50lbs.— Prize,. 
John E. Tnayer (Rue)— Open— Under S5LBS.—Dogsi 
1st, < lifton Kennels (Robin Adair); 2d, Christopher 
Moller (Bon Ton); 3d. G. W. Amory (Bob). Very high 
com.. Arthur Burt (Hamlet). High com., Robert C. 
Cornell (Prince of Orange). Bitches under Wlbs.i 
1st. Neversink Lodge Kennels (Jilt); 2d, D. S. Greg- 
ory, Jr., 2d's (Belle) ;8d, John E. Thayer (Hhona). 
Very high com.. J. W. Munsoo (Modesty). High 
com., Clifton Kennel (Rosa) and H. C. Sherman 
(Dora).— Puppies— Over 12 and Under 18 Months 
OjjD—Dogs: 1st, Ramapo Kennels (Duke of Bereen); 
2d, Mortimer Mills (Tempter). Very high com., John 
E. Thayer (Result). High com. E. H. Moeran (Rex). 
Bitches: No entries. Puppies under 12 months old: 
1st, Ramapo Kennels (Happy Medium), Luke W„ 
White (Bang Grace). Very high com.. Clifton Ken- 
nels (Lue). High com., E. D. McConnell (Mona). 

ENGLISH SETTERS.- Champion — Dogs: Prize, 



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Blackstone Kennels (Plantaganet). Bitches: Prize, 
Rancocas >ennels (Petrel II.).— Open— Dogs: 1st, 
Blackstone Kennels (foreman); 2d, Ramapo Kennels 
(Clifford): 8d, P. P. Lewis (Bock). Very high com., 
Louis C Clark (Bob White): F. G. Hughes (Paris in.) ; 
H. L. Cowell (Ranger); E. W. Jester (Glen Rock). 
High corn., H. B. Duryea (Royal Sultan). Bitches: 
1st, Robert C. Cornell (Modesta); 2d, L. Shuster, Jr. 
(Coomassie); 8d, E.W. Jester (Dashinsr Belle). Very 
high com., Ramapo Kennels (Bessie); F.B. Sheldon 
(Rose); Rancocas Kennels (Blue Belle); George C. 
Sterling (Belle of Allendale). High com.. Edward 
Dexter (Marchioness); M. Theo. Predmore (Maud S.); 
Paymaster Geo. B. Watkin (Lady Enid).— Puppies— 
Over 12 and Under 18 Months old— Dogs: 1st, 
Ramapo Kennels (Prince Imperial); 2d, T. P. Mather 
(Dan.) High com., D. T. Kennedy (Prince Bob). Com., 
H. C. Humphrey (Tearee) and Walter H. Lewis 
Davy). Bitches'. 1st, Ramapo Kennels (Princess Vic- 
toria) ; 3d, Walter B. Peet (Marcella). Veryhigh com., 
J. M. Bloomfleld (Spright). High com., H. 8. Bevan 
(Lady Blanche).— Puppies— Under 12 Months old.— 
1st, Rancocas Kennels (Dame Petrel); 2d, Rancocas 
Kennels (Stormy Petrel). Very high com., A. S. 
Thomas (Tip). High com., Rodney A. Ward (Jet). 
Com. W. H. Schieffelin (Black Sue). 

BLACK AND TAN SETTERS.— Champion— Dogs: 
Prise. John E. Thayer (Argus). Bitches: Prize, Gar- 
ret Roach (Lady Gordon).— OPEN«-Z>oflr«: 1st, Miss 
Lillian Wood worth (Phil); 2d, Blackstone Kennels 
(Flash)- 3d, Dr. H. F. Aten (Glen IH. ). Very high 
com., J. Taylor (Argus;; John Jay Griffin (Jet). 
Com., G. A. Litchfield (Echo); Harry L. Bloodgood 
(Carlo): C. Valentine (Rock). Bitches: 1st, Chas. 
R. Taylor (Rhoda); 2d, withheld; 8d, A. Week(Bessie). 
Very high com., C. valentine (Rye). Com., Mrs. 
Root. Lyon (Dora.) Puppies: 1st, Chas. S. Fitch 
(Madge); 2d and 3d, withheld. Very high com.. Mrs. 
Vanderbilt Spader (Glen IV.). Com., Hy. E. James 
(Dotty and George Ogilvie (Turk, Jr.). 

IRISH SETTERS.— Champion— Dogs: Prize, Wm. 
Jarvis (Elcho, Jr.) Bitches: Prize, G. Budington 
(Faun).— Open— Dogs: 1st. W. N. Callender (Rory 
O'More H.); 2d, Max Wenzel (Chief); 8d, E. W. 
Clark, Jr. (Blarney). Very high com., J. H. Roberts 
(Bruce). High com., H. R. Goetschius (Chief II.). 
Com., M. Richardson (Tim) Bitches: 1st, M. Rich- 
ardson (Hazel); 2d, J. H. Roberts (Little Nell); 8d, 
W. N. Callender (Lady Edith). Very high com., J. H. 
Roberts (Jessie). High com., W. N. Callender (Gay). 
Com., S. L. Pettit (Bell).— Puppies— Dogs: 1st, Frank 
S. Parrott (Gerald); 2d, William Boswell (Rex). Very 
high com., C. W. Vincent (Rory-of -the Hills). High 
com., C. H Dayton (Glenmar II.). Com., C. T. Pierce 
(Bena). Bitches: 1st, Dr. A. McOollom M'liss);2d. 
Wm. Dunphy (Molly Bawn). Very high com., Wm. 
H. Pierce (Pet). High com., Wm. Dunphy (Elsie). 
Com., John Hind (Fanny). 

CHESAPEAKE BAY DOG8.— 1st, Geo. C. Clark 
(R06e). Very high com., W. W. White (Bruin). 

ENGLISH RETRIEVERS.— Edward Dexter (Belle 
Tinker); 2d, withheld. 
IRISH WATER SPANIELS.-Prize withheld. 

FIELD SPANIELS.— Ant Color, Over 28lbs.— 
Champion— Prize, A. E. Foster (Benedict).— Open— 
1st, A. Clinton Wilmerding (Black Prince); 2d. A. 
Clinton Wilmerding (Newton Abbot Lady). Very 
high com., F. P. Magoun (Barrister II.). High com., 
Julius Fehr (Nellie Nell); H. K. Bloodgood (Moor); 
H. K. Bloodgood (Prince Hal); James Luck well (Bob, 
Jr.). Com., E. W. Durkee (Jumbo); Mrs. Thomas 
Hitchcock (Othello). 

CLUMBER SPANIELS.— 1st, 2d and very high 
com., Marmaduke Richardson (Newcastle, Tyne and 
Bateman). 

COCKER SPANIELS.— Ant Color, under 28lbs.— 
Champion— Prize, Hornell Spaniel Club (Hornell Silk). 
— Open— Liver or Black, under 28lbs.— Dogs: 1st, 
Jas. Luck well (Brahmin); 2d, Hornell Spaniel Club 
(Hornell Jock). Com., Somerset Kennels (Bobbie). 
Bitches: 1st, W. O. Partridge (Helen); 2d, withheld. 
—Ant Color other than Lives or Black, under 
28lbs.— Dogs: 1st, Andrew Laidlaw (Sport). Bitches: 



1st, H.K. Bloodgood (Lilly); 2d, withheld. Puppies 
(field or cocker spaniels, any color,under 12 months r 
1st, Andrew Laidlaw (Belle); 2d. Minnie Busbey 
(Jack). Very high com., Andrew Laidlaw (Negress 
in.), Julius Fehr (litter of puppies). High com.. 
Miss Lena Schellhass (BlackReno), Arthur E. Ren- 
dle (Carlotta and Jet). Com., Miss Mary DuB. Wae- 
staff (Dash H.). ^ 

FOXHOUNDS. — Champion — No entries.— Open— 
1st, Essex County Hunt (Vinegar); 2d. Essex County 
Hunt (Manager); 8d, W. Darrow, Jr. (Major). Very- 
high com., Essex County Hunt (Trueman). 

DACH8HUNDE — Equal 1st, W. B. Vogefrane (Fret- 
zel, Jr.) and Miss E. Schleisinger (Schwaerzele); 2d, 
R. Mortimer (Bobble). Very high com., T. H. Van 
Norden (Brunette)jMrs. M. Vogelsang (Bismarck): 
F. A. McHerlten (Wurczel). High com., Secretary 
of Essex Kennel Club (Waldmann and Nellchen). 

BEAGLES.— Dogs: 1st. A. H. Wakefield & Co. 
(Little Duke); 2d, Pottinger Dorsey (Fleetwood); 8d, 
Pottinger Dorsey (Rover). Very high com., H. 
Donohue (Frank). High com.. Richard Pancoast 
(Dandy). Com., Somerset Kennels (Minstrel). 
Bitches: 1st, A. H. Wakefield A Co. (Bush); 2d. 
Charles Schwein (Marjory); 8d, M. F. Schellhass 
(Music). Very high com.. C. H. Lounsbery (Little 
Beauty). High com., Richard Pancoast (Lou).— 
Under 12 Inches.- 1st, A. C. Krueger (Bannerman): 
2d and 8d, W. H. Ashburner & O. H. McClure (Blue 
Maid and Blue Boy). Com., A. Kraft (Mamie King- 
wood). Puppies: 1st and 2d. P. P. Lewis (Bell and 
Bugler). Very high com., William H. Moller (Gros- 
venor). High com., William H. Moller (Bunthorne). 

BASSET HOUNDS.— 1st, Maizeland Kennels (Ne- 
mours). 

FOX-TERRIERS.— Champion— Dogs: Prize, J. E. 
Thayer (Raby Tyrant). Bitches: Prize. J. E. Thayer 

iHicnmond Olive).— Open— Dogs: 1st, Clovernook 
Cennels (Spice) ; 2d, Clovernook Kennels (Scarsdale) ; 
8d, J. Hammond (Jocko). Very high com., W. R. 
Bingham (Vakeel); James Luck well (Richmond John- 
nie). Bitches: 1st, Clovernook Kennels (Richmond 
Delta): 2d, W. Clark (Phantasy); 8d, Clovernook 
Kennels (Clover Fidget). Very high com., Rolfe 
Creyke (Primitive). High com. . R. N. Derby (Gyp); 
Clovernook Kennels (Clover Blossom). Com., D. 
N. Jenldn (Gurrey Gypsey).— Puppies— Dogs: 1st, 
W. Clark. Jr. (Rustic Flash); 2d, Clovernook Kennels 
(Scarsdale Joe). Very high com., Chas. Halley 
(Boxer); R. F. Kernan(Joe): George B. Inches (Gay - 
lad). Bitches: 1st. J. E. Thayer (Di); 2d, Mill Brook 
Kennels (Miss Tackier)). High com., C. Hally (Top- 

WIRE-HAIRED FOX-TERRIERS.— 1st and 2d, 
John E. I. Grainger (Tyke and Meg); 3d, L. H. Bald- 
win (Venom). Very high com., B. B. McGregor 
(Trophy). High com. Robert T. W. Moss (Tip); L. H. 
Baldwin (Foiler). 

COLLIES.— Champion classes none for competi- 
tion.— Open— Dogs: 1st, J. D. Shotwell (Ben Nevis); 
2d and 3d, Kilmarnock Collie Kennels (Bruce of the 
Fy\6e and Kilmarnock Bruce). Very high com., W. 
P. Morrisey (Jake). C. V.V. Sewell (Guido Rene), J. 
W. Burge68 (Argyle). Martin Dennis (Brack), James 
Watson (Bounce). High com. , Neversink Lodge Ken- 
nels (Laddie). James Lindsay (Hiram). Com., J. Van 
S<;haick (Foxey). Bitches: 1st, Kilmarnock Collie 
Kennels (Winnie E.); 2d, John Gay nor (Daisy); 3d, 
James M. Waterbury (Lassie). Very high com., Geo. 
H. Whitehead (Lark), James Lindsay (Fairy). High 
com., Mrs. John S. Ellis (Lady of the Lake), Mill 
Brook Kennels (Lady Hempstead), John P. Gray, Jr. 

g~lffie Dean). Com., E. Leveque (Lilac), J. E. S. 
adden (Trace). -Puppies— Dogs: 1st, Jas. Lindsay 
(Craft); 2d, J. Van Schaick (Strephon). Very high 
com., Johnstone and Harry DeForrest (Sandy). High 
com., Jas. Lindsay (Joe Nettles). Com., E Leveque 
(Nigger). Bitches: 1st, Jas. Lindsay (Gem); 2d, How- * 
ard Scribner (Clytie). Very high com., Kilmarnock 
Collie Kennels (Kilmarnock Belle). Martin Dennis 
(Ruth). High com.,E. Leveque (Toodles and Meg L.). 
Martin Dennis ( Stella). Com., Miss R. Morrlssey 
(Euphemia). 
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25lbs.— Champion— Prise, B. & W. Livir 
Maggie).— Opsh— 1st, withheld; 2d, C. C. 
ikl/Edward Griffith (Grown Prince). I 



H. Dudgeon 
Puppies: 1st, 
Dole's (Jessie). 



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Livingston (Boa). Bitch**: John B. Thayer (Bellissi- 
ma).^OPXH-Do0»: 1st, JobnE. Thayer (Romulus) : 
ST Mrs. Wm.^: BusieU (Hamlet); ad, W. Manseli 
Daintrey (Panther). Bitches: 1st, J. £. Thayer (Brito- 
martis); 2d, B. & W. Livingston (Bellona). &"&***> 



1st, Cnas.S. Latham (Satan). BUgh com., M.* 1 
Davis (unnamed). 

BULL-TERRIERS.— OraftLBs.— Chamfioic— Dopt: 
Prise. B, A W. Livingston (Grand Duke). Bitches: 
Prise, B. 8. Porter (Vfctoria).--OPZN-/>oo»: 1st, T.B. 
Varick (Dutch, Jr.); 2d. John R. Soydam (Jack). 
High com., Associated Fanciers (Saxon), pom., 
Chas. B. Taylor (Young Bill). Bitches: 1st, Mrs. Neil- 
son (Rosa): 2d, Ed ward Lever (YoungVenom).— Uhdbb 

" ^*, B. A W. Livingston (Little 

1. (^Miller (Nell); 

, High com., B. 

Com., C. H. Hay (Snowball). 

Dole (The Earl); 2d, Joseph J. 

(No second in prise list). Com., B. 
R. Villiams (Grip); B. G. & A. C. Tower (Peggy); H. 
H. Chittenden (Paddy). 

BLACK AND TAN TERRIERS.— Ovx* 7LBS-lst, 
Geo. D Woodill (Queen); 3d. John F. 8choles (Bes- 
sie). High com.. Geo. D. Woodill (Victor); Mrs. Neil- 
son (Cuss). Coin., Allen Lee Smidt (Spring.) 

DANDIE DINMONT TERRIERS.— 1st, Root. Hume 
(Badger II); 2d, Mn. John H. Naylor (Pansy). Very 
high com., Mrs. John H. Naylor (Bonnie Briton). 

IRISH TERRIERS. — 1st. Lawrence Timpeon 
(Sheila); 3d, Samuel Eden (Nailer). 

* BEDLINGTON TERRIERS —Dogs: 1st, F. B. Lord 
(Sir George); 2d, John F. Scholes (Blucher). Very 
hivh com^, E. Lever (Beresford). High com., W. 8. 
Jackson (Elswick Lad II.) Bitches: John F. Scholes 
(Lillie). 

8KYE TERRIER8.-Champiow— Prize, Walter J. 
Comstock (Souter Johnnie).- Open—Dog*: 1st, Geo. 
Me ley (Duke); 3d, Associated Fanciers (Watty). 
Bitches: 1st, Miss N. E. Burch (Phenixj; 2d, Miss Her- 
bert (Mopsey). 

PUGS.— Champion— Dogs: No entries. Bitches: No 
entries.— Opkn— Door. 1st, John Parker (Punch); 
2d, John Marriott (victor); 8d, Oscar Unz (Punch). 
Very high com.. City View Kennels (Bradford Ruby); 
Peter Ca&fidy (Punch); A. Childes Delight (Punch); 
Mrs. D. P. Foster (Rowdy); Mrs. Elsie Lee (Young 
Othello). High com., A. V. H. Winans (Teddy); 
Chas. Prelm (Fritz, Jr.); Chequasset Kennels (Young 
Toby). Bitches: 1st, Mrs. A. Kisteman (Beauty;) 2d, 
City View Kennels (Flossy); 8d, R. H. Dugeon (To- 
To). Very high com., Wm. E. Sex (Beauty). Com., 
Peter Cassidv (Nellie). Puppies: 1st, Miss Bissell 
(James G. Blaine). Com., Anthony Wenner (Dolly) 
and Miss Mollis Wagstaff (Jim Crow). 

ROUGH-HAIRED TERRIER8.— 1st, Louis B. 
Wright (Boxer); 2d, Louis B. Wright (Vic). High 
com., Frank Pel ton (Toby); Charles T. Thomson 
(Mustard). 

YORKSHIRE TERRIERS.— Oveb 5lbs.— Cham- 
pion— No entries.— Open— 1st, John MarriottfPrince); 
2d, Mrs. W.R. Stewart (Mr. D ); 8d, Mrs. A. Kisteman 
(Lancaster 8tar). Very high com., Miss Addie Vogt 
(Flora). High com., Peter Cassidv (Ben), Mrs. A. 
kisteman (Lass). Com., John Marriott (Bobbie), 
James White (Minnie and puppies), and Miss Howard 
(Rosie).— Under 5lbs. - Champion— No entries.— Open 
—1st, Mrs. Jas. Harrimann (Minnehaha); 2d, Mrs. 
Neilson (Sweetness); &J, Jas. H. Bowdin (Nellie). 

TOY TERRIERS. -Other than Yorkshire,' Undeb 
7lbs.— l*t, Bliss Ella E. Brown (Tiny); 2d. Adam 
Pathenhelmer (Fannie). High com,, Mr. Gessel 
(Tiney). Com., Howard Spear (Busy). 

KING CHARLES SPANIELS.— 1st, Mr*. A. W. 
Lucy (Duke); 2d, Mrs. A. Kistemann (Charlie). Very 
high com., John Parker (Countess). High com.. 
Associated Fanciers (Otto). Com., Peter Cassidy 
(Prince Charlie). 

BLENHEIM SPANIELS— 1st, Mrs. A. Kistemann 
(Daisy); 2d, John Parker (Violet). Com., Miss Tur- 
nure (Frisky). 



JAPANESE SPANIELS.— 1st, Mrs. Eocene Clark* 
(Kobe); 2d, J. Hammond (Young Clung). 

ITALIAN GREYHOUNDS.— 1st. Edith M. Van 
Bursa (Fanny); 2d, Sirs. Annie M. Kramer (Babe). 
Very high com., Mrs. Annie M. Kramer (Borneo). 
Com., E. W. Jester (Pearl). 

POODLES.— Black— Dogs: 1st, Dr. O. H. Presto 
(Jack); 2d, William Clark, Jr. (Sabot). Very 
com., Miss Work (Rajah H.): Miss C. L. Ryder 
aud). High com.. Miss Claire Condert TBoorbon) 
Com., 8. 8. Howland (Borneo): John Hammond 
(Cognac). Bitches: 1st, William Clark. Jr. (Jet TL): 
fcLS. S. Howland (Rosamond). Very high com., 8. 
S. Howland (Juliet and Desdemond;.— Oram than 
Black— 1st. Eugene Faebner(Beleau); 2d. A Kraft 
(Alonso). very high com., Mrs. Merrill (Montonu). 

ENGLISH BLOODHOUNDS.— 1st, Boh* Creyke 
(Sarohsdon); 2d, and very high com.. Cant. B. 
Wynne Roberta (Halifax and Portia). Com., Rolf 
Creyke (Ishtar.) 

MISCELLANEOUS OB FOREIGN CLASS. -Over 
25lbs.— 1st. Miss Evans (Marko);2d, Wm. Clark (Cafe 
au Lait); 3d, T. Suffern Hamilton (Stein Blau). 
High com., Louis DeFerniz (Alim L and (Nair 
III.); Fred M. Brasher (Don). Com., H. Groth- 
useu (Harris); Miss Ada S. Watron (Bruno).— 
Undee 25lbs. — 1st, Mrs. H. T. Footes (Mexican 
hairless Me Too); 2d, A. B. Palmer (Mexican hairless 
Meda);2d, Mrs. H. T. Footes (Mexican hairless Veuve 
Clicquot). Very high com., Eddy Schwind (Chinese 
crested Spot) ; M. Bernreither (Chinese crested Nellie). 
Com., Mrs. L. D. G. Hurd (Plppo). 



SPECIAL PRIZE LIST. 

Eastern Field Trials Club prizes for dogs that have 
run and been placed in any of the field trials that 
have been held in America, club medals to each: 
Best English setter bitch, Bessie; best English setter 
dog. Foreman. Best pointer dog, Drake ; bestpointer 
bitch. Rue. Best Irish setter dog, Chief; best Irish 
setter biteh,Little Nell. 

Westminster Kennel Club's medals: Best black 
English setter in show, Ponto. Best basket beagle 
under 12 inches. Bannerman. Best kennel of pointers, 
Neversink Lodge Kennel. Best kennel of Irish set- 
ters, Rory O'More Kennel. Best Clumber spaniel, 
Newcastle. Best pointer, Robert le Diable. 

Medford Fancy Goods Co. collar prizes: Best Eng- 
lish setter, Plantaganet. Best collie, Ben Nevis. 
Best fox-terrier, Spice. Best English mastiff, Moses. 
Best pointer under 18 mouths. Duke of Bergen. Best 
red Irish setter, Elcho, Jr. Best black and. tan setter, 
Phil. Best greyhound. Memnon. Best brace of grey- 
hounds. Memnon and Mothe • Demdike. Best rough- 
coated St. Bernard, Duke of Leeds. Best smooth- 
coated St. Bernard, Verone. Best bulldog, Brito- 
martis. Best field or cocker spaniel. Benedict. 

The American Fox- Terrier Club's special prizes 
(six silver cups, value $25 each), open only for com- 

Setition to members : Best smooth-coated fox-terrier 
og, Spice. Best smooth-coated fox-terrier bitch, 
Richmond Olive. Best fox-terrier, rough or smooth, 
dog or bitch, bred in America. Di. Best fox-terrier 



dog puppy, Scarsdale Joe. Best fox-terrier bitch 
puppy, Di. Best wire-haired fox-terrier, Tyke. 

Best mastiff, Moses. Best pair of mastiffs, Moses 
and Rosalind. Best kennel of mastiffs, Winiawn 
Kennels* Moses, Homer, Rosalind. Prussian Princess 
and Queen II. Deerhound Challenge Cup, Clovernook 
Kennel. Best pointer or setter, Robert le Diable. 
Best cocker spaniel do* owned by a member of the 
A C. S. Club, Brahmin; best bitch, Helen. Best 
rough-coated St. Bernard, Duke of Leeds. Best 
smooth-coated St. Bernard, Verone. Best English 
setter over 12 and under 18 months, Prince Imperial. 
Best smooth-coated St. Bernard in open class, Ver- 
one. Best English setter in open class, Foreman. 
Best light-weight pointer. Rue. Best pair bulldog 

Euppies, Adonis and mate. Best kennel of grey 
ounds, H. W. Smith. Best pug dog. Parker'? Punch. 
Best pug bitch, Beauty. Best collie. Ben Nevis. Best 
kennel of collies, to consist of five, Kilmarnock Collie 
Kennel. Best fox-terrier in show , Spice. Best pair of 
fox-terriers, Spice and Richmond Delta. Best oeagle 
over 12 inches. Little Duke. 



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Fixtures. 

DOG SHOWS. 

Sept. 22, 28, 24.— Dog Show of the Milwaukee Ex- 
position Association. John D. Olcott, Superintend- 
ent, Milwaukee, Wis. 

Oct. 27, 2S, 29.— Twelfth Annual Dos? Show of the 
Western Pennsylvania Poultry Society, Pittsburgh. 
C. B. EJben, Secretary, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

FIELD TRIALS. 

Nov. 16. — Seventh Annual Field Trials of the 
Eastern Field Trials Club. High Point. N. 0. W. A. 
Coster, Secretary, Flatbush, L. I., N. Y. 

Dec. 7.— Seventh Annual Field Trials of the Na- 
tional Field Trials Club. Grand Junction, Tenn. B. 
M. Stephenson, Secretary, La Orange, Tenn. 



To Correspondents. 

A. R. Kyle —Will you please respond to our ques- 
tions respecting the pedigrees of your imported 
dogs. 

John Kidston, Chicago.— Please give us the pedi- 
gree of Mettle if you have it. How did the mistake 
occur? 

E. W. J.— They wanted a fuller pedigree than was 
given before, and the best way to effect it was by a 
new registry. 

E. Drake, Clarksvflle.— You had better write to 
Major J. M. Taylor, Lexington, Ky., for exact date. 
She is now five years old. No Lady Gladstone is 
registered. 

S. H., New York.— It is quite right. Llewellin's 
Dash II. and Tucker's Dash DX are brothers. Thanks 
for your noticing even a possible error, and we wish 
others would follow your example and call attention 
to any apparent error. 



Mr. Rothera's St. Bernards. 

OUR illustration this month is a group of St. 
Bernards owned by Mr. F. W. Rothera, 
of Simcoe, Ont.— Otho, Lady Abbess and 
Priam. All are well known as successful 
prize winners, and Otho is conceded to be the 
best fronted St. Bernard Jn the country. Un- 
fortunately he has never been exhibited in 
good condition or he would take a lot of beat- 
ing. 

PEDIGREE OF BOZIQUE.— We have re- 
ceived a long letter from Mr. M. P. McKoon in 
response to our editorial remarks in the April 
Register respecting the pedigree of his spaniel 
Bozique. We cannot afford space to give it in 
full, even if we so desired, ana we can only say 
to Mr, McKoon that the first communication 
from him that will appear in the Register 
must contain a full statement of all he knows 
respecting the dog. We are firm in the position 
we have taken that we will not register any 
dogs bred by him until the Bozique business & 
satisfactorily cleared up. 



STANDARD COMMITTEES.— The work of 
tinkering standards to suit certain dogs is about 
to take place under the guise of appointing 
committees to frame standards on every breed 
of dogs. The only consolation is that we 
have no judge now. and will never have one of 
any prominence, who cares a snap of his finger 
about a standard. The judge picks out tne 
best dogs, and if he goes to work to do that by 
standard and the adding up of figures he can- 
not avoid making some deplorable blunders. 

The Stud Book. 

Editor American Kennel Register: 

Will you kindly state why this Register has 
been started and why the Stud Book is not 
kept up? I have had money in the secretary's 
hands for years and the second volume never 
appeared. Is this Register a permanent 
tiling? H. C. Wanw. 

Abilene, Kan. 

(The Register was started because the per- 
son who undertook to get out the Stud Book 
did not seemingly care about progressing fur- 
ther than the collection of entry fees. Th* 
Register has come to stay.— Ed.] 



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Rules Governing Registration. 

No duplication of names already registered will be 
permitted. This can be avoided by the addition of a 
distinguishing number or other prefix or suffix. 

The names of well-known unregistered prizewin- 
ners will not be registered for other docs of the same 
brood 

Mo name will be registered of a nature to mislead, 
such as "Gladstone II.," or Gladstone, Jr.." for a 
setter not a descendant of that well-known dog. 

No pedigree will be extended beyond a dog already 
registered in the American Kennjel Register, ex- 
cept in the case of a correction or the supplying of 
new and hitherto unknown information. 

The right is reserved to exclude any portion of a 
pedigree which is of doubtful authenticity, and to 
decline the insertion of a pedigree supplied by any 
person who is known to have given or published false 
pedigrees or information respecting his dogs. 



Abbreviations. — "A.K.B." American Kennel 
Register. "J?.," English Kennel Club Stud Book. 
"A.," National American Kennel Club Stud Book 



Boston and New York, champion and special, Phila- 
delphia, 1886. 
This entry cancels No. 15€5. 



Pedigree Register. 

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Entry fee (50 cents) must accompany each entry. 
Extreme care should be taken to write names plainly. 
Blanks furnished on receipt of addressed and I cent 
stamped envelope. 

BASSETS. 

8887* Fleur de 1Ab 9 tri-colcr bitch, whelped 
Oct. 15, 1884. Breeder and owner, Mr. Morris Bur- 
hana, Barrytown, Dutchess county, N. Y. 

Sire -Nemours (A.K.R. 870). 

Dam-Josephine, by Phelps's Rover out of Zelg- 
ler's Wilhelmina. 

BEAGLES. 

8388. Flute D., white, black and tan dog, 
whelped Dec. 19, 1884. Breeder, Iflr. W. W. Miles, 
Barton, Vt. Owner, Mr. W. E. Deane, Somerset, 
Mass. 

Stre-Flute M. (A.K.R. 1900). 

Dam-Belle II. (A.K.R. 1989). 

8889. Little Duke, Jr„ white, black and 
♦an dog. whelped Dec. 8. 1884. Breeder, Mr. W. H. 
Todd, Vermillion, O. Owner, Mr. W. E. Deane, Som- 
erset, Mass. ' 

Sire— Little Duke (A.K.R. 1994). t 

Dam— Rose, byRowett's Rally (imported Sam— 
imported Dolly) out of Lill, by imported Warrior out 
of Rowett's Rosey. 

2890. Twinkle, white, black and tan bitch, 
whelped July 7, 1884. Breeder, Mr. P. Dorsey. New- 
market Frederick county, Md. Owner, Mr. Charles 
S. Davdl, Barrington, R. I. 

Sire— Dorsey's Lee, by Warrior out of Rosey, by 
Sam out of Dolly. . 

Dam— Juliet, Dy Major out of Diana, hy Joy out of 
Lucy. 

Becord— High com., Boston, 1885. 



8898* Bruce H», black and tan, paws and tip of 
tail white, dog, whelped Feb. 25, 1885. Breeder, Mr. 
Frank Johnston, Gross Point, Wayne county, Mich. 
Owner, Mrs. T. B. Wales. Iowa City, Iowa. 

iStrc-Nelson II. (A.K.R. 1750). 

Dam— Dora II. (A.K.R. 1910). 

8898. Clipeetta, golden sable, white toes, 
bitch, whelped July 27. 1884. Breeder and owner, 
Mr. Jas. Watson, P. O. Box 770, Philadelphia, Pa. 

fiftre— Krehl'8 champion Eclipse (see No. 2391). 

Dam-Nesta (A.K.R. 1494). 

8894. Colin of Inverary, black and tan, 
small white crescent on breast, dog, whelped Dec. 
18, 1884. Breeder, Mr, Ernest Grant. Scotland. 
Owner, Miss Rebekah Owner, 26 West Twenty-fifth 
street, New York. 

Sire— Yankee, by Yara (Rover— Gypsey) ont of 
Clyde, by Hero (Scott -Vera) out of Queen, by Jack 
out of Bess. 

Dam— Reata, by Ralph (Jack— Duchess of Argyle's 
Spy) out of Queen, by Prince (Bertie— Cora) out of 
Countess, by Colonel out of Freoch. 

8895* Flurry, sable and white bitch, whelped 
Feb. 7, 18d5. Breeders and owners, Kilmarnock Collie 
Kennels, Dorchester, Mass. 

Sire— Megson's champion Rutland (E. 18.948), by 
Wolf (E. 9,748) out of champion Madge (E. 10,746), by 
Marcus out of Ruby Til. 

Dam— Ruby, by cnampkm Carlyle (E. 8,505) out of 
Westmoreland Lass. 

8896. Mars, black and tan dog, whelped July 
4, 1884. Breeder, Mr. P. B. West, Albion, New Or- 
leans county, N. Y. 

Sire— Hero, imported from the kennels of Sir Wm. 
Edmonston. Stirlingshire^ Scotland, and owned by 
Mr. C. N. Boyd, 84 West Fifty-sixth street. New 
York. This dog was very high com. at New York. 
1884. 

Dam— Venus, by Jock (Tarn— Di) out of Nida, by 
Scott out of Wait. 

8897. Rob Roy, Jr., sable and white dog, 
whelped March 80, 1885. Breeder, Mr. J. A. Long, 
8722 Cook avenue, St. Louis, Mo. Owner,, Mr. L. H. 
Boughton, Lancaster, Wis. 

S<re-R*b Koy (A.K.R. 884). 
Dam— Flyaway (A.K.R. 587). 

8898. Rutland II., sable and white dog, 
whe>ped Feb 7, 1885. Breeders and owners, Kilmar- 
nock Collie Kennels. Dorchester, Mass. 

Litter brother to Flurry (A.K.R. 2895). 

8899. Wallace H., black and tan, white 
breast and spot back of neck, dog, whelped Feb. 25, 
1886. Breeder, Mr. Frank Johnston, Gross Point, 
Wayne county, Mich. Owner, Mr. A. R. Kyle, Iowa 
City, Iowa. 

Sire— Nelson II. (A.K.R. 1750) P 
Dam-Dora H. (A.K.R. 1916). 



COLLIES. 

8891* Ben Nevis, golden sable dog. whelped 
Feb. 6, 1884. Breeder, Mr. A. Pointer, Brighton, 
Ed eland. Owner, Mr. J. D. Shot well, Rah way, N. J. 

&lre-Krehl's champion Eclipse (E. 12,949), by 
Charlemagne (E. 10,6*1) out of Flirt (E. 9,459). Char- 
lemagne, by Trefoil (E. 4,888) out of Maude, by Cockie 
(E. 2,847) out of Meg. Flirt is a litter sifter to Char- 
lemagne. 

Dam-Meta (A.K.R. 1184). ^ 

Becord— First and special, National Breeders 1 show, 
Philadelphia, 1884; first and special, New Haven, 



FOXHOUNDS. 



8400. Dalliance, white, black and tan bitch, 
whelped 1878. Breeder, Capt. Langley, M. F. H., 
Tipperary, Ireland. Owners, Messrs. Coffin, Zimmer 
& So., Glens Fall*, N.Y. 

Sire— Druid. 
Dam— Glory. 

8401. Dolly, white, black and tan bitch, 
whelped July 10, 1883. Breeder. Mr. N. Elmore, 
Granoy, Conn. Owner, Mr. W. W. Hurd, Parkville, 
Hartford, Conn. 

Sire— Ring, a Virginia-bred dog. 
Dam— Lady Bute, imported by N. Elmore. 
8408. Stormer, white, black and tan dog, 
whelped 1877. Breeder, Captain Langley, M. F. H 



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Tlpperarv, Ireland. Owners, Messrs. Coffin, Zlmmer 
& Co. , Glens Falls, N. Y. 

Sire— Singer. 

Dam— Dowager. 

Stormer was kept as a stud dog at the Tipperary 
Kennels until be was imported by Mr. F. G. Stewart, 
of Hoosick Falls, N. Y., in 1884, together with Dalli- 
ance (A.K.R. 2400;. 

2403. Zulu H., fawn dog, whelped July SO, 
1884. Breeder, Mr. J. Smieton, Jr., Cranford, N. J. 
Owner, Mr. L. Brandeis, 412J$ Clinton street, Brook- 
lyn. N. Y. 

Sire— Imported Zulu, by champion Colonel out of 
champion Diana, by Pluto out of Dione. 

Dam— Monmouth Meg, by Salisbury out of Tigress 
II , by champion Colonel out of Lufra. 



MEXICAN HAIRLESS DOGS. 

2404. Me-Too, black dog, whelped March, 
1882. Breeder unknown. Owner. Mrs. Hubert T 
Foote, 120 Lexington avenue, New York city. 

Pedigree unknown. 

.Record-First and special. New Haven, 1884 and 
1885; first, New York, 1884 and 1886; National 
Breeders' show. Philadelphia, and New York non- 
sporting show, 1884; Philadelphia, 1886. 



NEWFOUNDLANDS. 

2405. Buckle, black dog, whelped Dec. 29, 
1884. Breeder, Mr. Geo. W. Schenck, Burlington 
Iowa. Owner, Mr. J. G. Stokes, Junction City' 
Kansas. 

Sire— Major (first, non-sporting show, New York, 
1884). 

Dam— Juno (first, National Breeders' show, Phila- 
delphia, 18&J, etc.). 

POINTERS. 

2406. Bill, lemon and white dog, whelped July 
27, 1884. Breeder and owner, Mr. James P. Swain, Jr., 
Bronxville, N. Y. ' 

Sire— -Rush (A.K.R. 857). 
Dam— Nan (A..K.R. 866). 

2407* Brush, lemon and white dog, whelped 
April 2, 1885. Breeder and owner, Mr. O. B. Little- 
field, Manchester, N. H. 

Sire— Nat, by Strong's Pete (Colt's Phil -Strong's 
Prudence) out of Strong's Mab, by West's Rob out of 
Williams's Snip. 

Dam-Ull (A.K.R. 2413). 

2408. Doc, Uver and white dog, whelped April 
2, 1885. Breeder, Mr. C. B. Littlefleld, Manchester, 
N. H. Owner, Mr. Robert Bell, Manchester, N H 

Litter brother to Brush (A.K.R. 3407). 

2400. Fritz, Jr., lemon and white dog, whelped 
Oct. 1, 1884. Breeder and owner, Mr. John Wanstall, 
815 Nineteenth street, N. W., Washington. D. C 

Stre- Champion Fritz (A.K.R. 1851). 

Dam— Lyde H. (A.K.R. 2414). 

2410. Grace H., lemon and while bitch, 
whelped Oct. 1, 1884. Breeder and owner, Mr. John 
Wanstall, 815 Nineteenth street, N. W., Washington, 

Litter sister to Fritz, Jr. (A.K.R. 2400). 

24 1 1 . Graphic (E. 18,366) , liver and white and 
ticked dog, whelped April 15, 1881. Breeder, Mr. E. C. 
Norrish, Crediton, Devon, England. Owner, Mr. Jas. 
L. Anthony, 24 East Fifty-sixth street, New York. 

Sire— Leach's Bodus Sancho (E. 10,000), by cham- 
pion Bang (E. 780) (Coham's Bang-Price's Vesta) out 
of Leach's Bell, by champion Sancho out of Leach's 
Fan. 

Dam— Fursdon Juno(E. 13.418), by Don Juan (flian- 
<tom— Huggin's Juno) out of Juno VI., by Bang (E. 
780) out of Leach's Juno. 

,o?^ c ? nl "- ]pirBt » Alexandra Palace and Birmingham, 
1882; first, Crystal Palace and Bideford (and special); 



tort, Colchester (and cup for best in the pointer and 
setter classes); champion. Crystal Palace and Bir- 
mingham (and special). 1883; champion. Crystal Pal- 
ace, January and July, Royal York (and special). 
Birmingham rand special), 1884; champion, Srystal 
Palace, and also first and cup for best pointer of all 
classes at Plymouth, Boduin, and various local 
shows. Sire of the Palace and Birmingham winners 
Beau IdeaL Bell of Cranfleld. BracSerTRevel m! 
etc., etc.; also of Young Graphic, Cranfleld Bang 
Climax of Braunfels, etc., etc., the latter winner of 
the Puppy Stakes, Berlin Fielu Trials, 1886. 

2412. Jess, liver and white dog, whelped Dec. 
21, 1884. Breeder. Mr. Jess M. Whaite, Chester, S. C 
Owner, Mr. Jas. A. McGregor, Macon, Ga 

Stre-Seitner's Rapp, by Croxteth out of Seitner'g 



^^M > 5!?~ Fleola, by champion Bow out of Kraft's 
Flight. t 

24 18. Lill, liver and white bitch, whelped Kay 
18 7» *Pl ner ' Ur - °- a Littlefleld, Manchester, N. h' 

All that can be ascertained about this bitch is that 
she was said to have been stolen when a puppy, but 
from whom is not known. ^ F "' OT1 

.Record-First, Manchester, N. H., 1888. 

2414. Lyde H., black bitch, whelped May 

1882. Breeder, Capt. Thos. J. Luttreli, Washington' 

£;£V 2 W £ er \^ r U Jonn Wanstall, 815 Nm^Sentn' 
street, N. W., Washington. D. C. •««•■« 

Sire-Sport, owned by Dr. Coleman, of Warrenton 
Va , and said to hare been imported ""' 

Dc3ge's~I&uy. L ' by *■■■*»<*•". **> <>«t of 
Records- First, Washington, 1884. 

2415. Nell of Effort! (E. 14,076), lemon and 



or *S£S£JI2£ by Bandom < Bunn <*-B^) out 

a 4 2S m ^?*fe °y Peamore's Wag* (by Old War* k 
jMf) out of Congdon's Kate, bycninfpion BangVl* 
789) out of Congdon's bitch. «"nms*. 

Record— First, Biddeford. 



ST. BERNARDS. 

Smooth-Coated. 

2416. Laone, dark orange, white blaae, breast 

and feet, bitch, whelped summer of 1888. Breeder 

Mr. Barclay Jermain, Albany, N.Y. Owners jmSSST' 

Coffin, Zimmer & OoV, Glens i>aUs N Y * ^ rs * 

^tre-Imported Chamounix (A K.R. 1810) 

(AjSTJSfS*^ by imported F,do out of Topsy 

SETTERS. 

English Ssttbbs. 

* Z Vl*t B?*^ of Wilmliurtoii, black and 
tan bitch, whelped Dec. 4, 1884. Breeder Mr t n 

Dam-Katie, by Vance's Captain (Frank— Biddie) 
^ of Loder's M&tie, by Captain out of WilldnsSS^ 

2418. Dame Petrel, black, white and tan 
J£55' J? 1 " 5 ,!*** 1 i^y »& 1884. Breeder, Mr. J. H 
GoodseU, NewYork. Owner, Rancocks Kennels' 
Jobstown, Burlington county, N. J ^^ 

Dam—Petrel HI., byCarlowitz (E. 4,880) out of 
champion Petrel (E. 4J598), by Prince nfe i 890) ant 2f 
LU1 lf(E. 4 895). WJo^^Wpflffngton^s^^E 
1,842) out of Countess (E. 1,485). ' 



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8419. Glen Ada, black ani white bitch, 
whelped Nov. 82, 1664. Breeder. Mr. B. W. Jester, 
Bt. George's, Delaware. Owner, Rancocas Kennels, 
Jobsiown. Burlingtou county, N. J. 

Sire-Glen Rock (A.K.R. l6l«). 

Dam— Blue Belle (A.K.R. 99). 

8480. Lynn, Mac* and white ticked bitch, 
whelped March 88, 1383. Breeder, Mr. Bdfrar Hulde- 
koper, MeadvUle, Pa. Owner, Mr. Edgar E. Haines, 
Walfham, Mass. 

Sire— Dash III ..by Laverock's Blue Prince (Pride 
of the Border. AK.R. 286— Lie welling Nellie) out of 
J. Armstrong's Old Kate, by Laverack's Dash II. out 
of Moll IIT. 

Dam— Isabella, by BergundthaTs Rake (Dan- 
Ruby) out of Clara Dale, by Dash III. out of Cornelia. 

8481. Mabel Gladstone, white, chestnut 
and ton bitch, whelped Oct. 4, 1884. Breeder. Mr. 
Charles Tucker, Stanton, Tenn. Owner, Mr. M. M. 
Duncan. Rockwood, Tenn. 

Sire-Gladstone's Boy. bv Gladstone (Dan— Petrel) 
out of Sue, by Druid out of Ruby. 

Dam -Blaze, by Count Noble (Count Wind'em— 
Nora) out of Rosalind, by Leicester out of Sanborn's 
Nellie. 

8488. Nancy Dawson, lemon belton bitch, 
whelped Aug. 5, 1384. Breeder and owner, Mr. R. B. 
Pdnn, 86 Gibbs street. New Haven, Conn. 

Sire— Emperor Fred (A.K.R. 88), 

Dam— Mollie. by Ranger If. out of Miller's Coin, 
by Sherwood's France out of his Fancy. 

Record- Second, puppy class, New Haven and 
Philadelphia, 1886. 

8488. Nell Gwynne, white, black and ticked 
bitch, whelped March 86, 1885. Breeder, Mr. W. B. 
Peet, New York. Owner, Mr. John W Horner, 1,743 
North Seventeenth street, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Sire— Ted Llewellyn (AK.R. 609). 

Dam— Blanche Lewis (AK.R. 681). 

8424. Nellie True, lemon and white bitch, 
whelped August, 1881. Breeder, Mr. C. W. Farring- 
ton. Eatontown, N. J. Owner, Mr. B. S. Budd, 120 
E. Sixty-third street, New York. 

Sire— Sberriff's Don. 

Dam— Mino. by J. F. Taylor's One-Eyed Sancho 
(Sancho II.<-Colburn's Kate) by Bergan's Manch. 

8485* Pandora, blue belton bitch, whelped 
Jury 86, 1884. Breeder, Mr. James H. Goodsell, New 
York. Owner, Dr. Cbas. H. McHwaine, Trenton, N. J. 

litter sister to Dame Petrel (A.K.R. 8418). 

8486. Roscoe, liver and white dog, whelped 
June 86, 1884. Breeder, Mr. W. Vie. U. S. Kennels, St. 
Louis, Mo. Owner. Mr. Peter J. Zugner, 501 North 
Third avenue. New York. 

Sire— Blue Monarch, by Dash HI. out of Starlight, 
by Bergundthal's Rake out of Fancy (sister te Paris). 

Dam— Fashion V., by Ruasa (Leicester -Dart) out 
of France, by Llewelun's Dan out of his Lill U. 

8487* Stormy Petrel, black, white and tan 
dot, whelped July 26, 1884. Breeder, Mr. Jas. H. 
Goodsell, New York. Owner, Rancocas Kennels, 
Jobstown, Burlington county, N. J. 

litter brother to Dame Petrel (A.K.R. 2418). 

Gordon Seitkbs. 

8488. Jack, black and tan dog, whelped May 
87, 1879. Breeder, Dr. J. S Niven, London, Ont. 
Owner, Mr. J. L. Campbell, Simcoe, Onr. 

Sire-Grouse (E. 6,<&7), by Rock (E. 5,108) out of 



r „B*E. 4 819). 

Dam-Moll (E. 7,250), by Duke (E. 1,592) out of 
Richardson's Leah. 

Record— First and special, Simcoe, 1882 and 1888, 
and Ottawa, 1888. 

Irish Skttbbs. 
• 8489. Dash VI., red dog, whelped July 18, 1884. 
Breeder, Mr. J. Clarence Lester, Parkville P. O., 



Hartford, Conn. Owner, Mr. Albert W. Cults, Water 
ville. Conn. 

Sire-Red IL (A.K.R. 986). 

Dam-Maud II. (AK.R. 932). 

8480. Echo, red dog, whelped July 18, 1884. 
Breeder, Mr. J. Clarence Lester, Parkville P. O., 
Hartford, Conn. Owner, Mr. James Brown, Water- 
ville, Conn 

Sire-Red H.(AK.R. 986V 
Dom— Maud H. (A.K.R. 988). 

8481. Echo II., red bitch, whelped July 11. 
1884. Breeder. Mr. A. Sampson, Troy. N. Y. Owner, 
Mr. Seymour Van Santvoord. Trov, N. Y. 

Sire— Glencho, by champion Klcho (A K.R. 896) 
out of champion Noreen (A.K.R. 897). 

Dam— 8amp«oo'8 Nora, by Elcho (A.K.R. 896) out 
of Firefly, by Rufusout of Friend. 

8488. Flirt 8., red bitch, whelped June, 1888. 
Breeder, Mr. James H. Grimes, 8omerviIle. Mass. 
Owner, Mr. John W. A. Schafer, 15 Mechanic street, 
Roxbury. Mass. 

Sire— Brutus, by Berkley (Elcho, A.K.R. 895— Loo 
H.) out of Kate, by Elcho (A.K.R. %95) out of Juno. 

Dam— Kit, by Elcho (A.K.R. 296) out of Bridget 
Piunkett, by Piunkett out of Stella. 

8488. Flossie Belle, red bitch, whelped 
March 8. 1885. Breeder. Mr. E. A. Starkey. Brattle- 
boro, Vt. Owner, Mr. Jessie MJddleton, Washing- 
ton, D. C. 

Sire-Nimrod (A.K.R. 681). 

Dam— Lyda Belle (AK.R. 686). 

8484. Glenmore, red dog, whelped July 5, 
1884. Breeder. Mr. J. J. Scanlan, Fall River, Mass. 
Owner, Mr. J. D. Culver, New London, Conn. 

Sire- Glencho, by Elcho (A.K.R. 296) out of Noreen 
(A.K.R. 297) 

Dam— Lulu II., by Berkley (Elcho— Loo II.) out of 
Lulu, by imported Red out of Maud. 

8485. Huntington's Frits, red dog, whelped 
June 8, 1888. Breeder, Mr. L. W. Chadwick. Dover, 
N. H. Owner, Mr.' Elisba S. Huntington, Dover, N. H. 

Sire-Strap ( A.K R. 992). 
Dam-Sally (A.K.R. 991). 

8486. Kildare H., red dog, whelped Oct. 16, 
1884 Breeder and owner. Mr. Tbos. D. Husted, 
Peekskill, N. Y. 

Sire— Glencho, by Elcho (A.K.R. 895) out of Noreen 
(A.K.R. 297). 
Dam— Imported Red Lassie, by Rory O'More 

greiand) out of Queen Nellie, by Mullen out of Red 
ook. 

8487. Nona, red bitch, whelped July 15, 1884. 
Breeder. Mr. W. H. Cox, Newport, Ky. Owner, Mr. 
George P. Wilshire, Newport, Kv. 

Sire— Glencho, by Elcho (A.K.R. 295) out of Noreen 
(A.K.R. 897). 

Dam— Lizzetta, by Rory O'More (Rufus— Friend) 
out of Queen Bess, by Plunket out of Nell. 

8488. Winnie II., red bitch. Breeder and 
owner, Mr. W. W. Hurd, Parkville, Hartford, Conn. 

Sire-Dash, imported by Mr. C. F. Maxfleld, hew 
Hartford, Conn. 

Dam-Peggy, by Elcho (A.K.R. 895) out of Lester's 
Lulu, by Jewel's Red out of Kelsey's Maud. 



SPANIELS. 
Field and Cockeb Spanish. 
8480. Daisy, liver and white ticked bitch, 
whelped July 8, )884^ Breeder, Dr. C. H. Harwood, 
Salem, Mass. Owner, Dr. R. J. Saunders, Salem, 
Mass. 
Sire— Robinson's Rollo, by McCallum's Frank (im- 

Sorted Charlie— imported Nellie) out of McDoueall's 
rownie. by imported Dash out of imported Nellie. 
Dam— Topsy C, by Wildair (Whitman's Doctor— 
Josie) out of Fanny II., by Dash out of imported 
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2440* Donald* liver and white do?, whelped 
March 12, 1885. Breeder Dr. J. S. Cattanach, 15 West 
Forty fourth street, New York city. Owner, Mr. 
CUasa. g. McKenzie, Hudson, N. Y. 

JStre-Qott's imported Dandy. 

2>am— Queen Vic, by Witch (imported Romeo— im- 
ported Juliette) out of Madge, by imported Snip out 
of imported Juliette. 

8441. Drum, black and white ticked dog:, 
whelped April 8, 1884. Breeder, Mr. Chas. Hughes, 
Montreal, Que. Owner, Mr. Geo. H. MacFarlane, 
Toronto. Ont. 

Sire— Rambler, by Ranger out of Flush. 
- Dam— Bright Eyes, by imported Spring out of im- 
ported Jet. 

Recorf— Third, Toronto, 1885. 

2442. Maggie Mitchell, black bitch, 
whelped Feb. 8, 1885 Breeder and owner, Mr. Her 
bert Flint, Haverhill, Mass. 

£ire- Ober (A K R. 855). 

JDara—Althia (A.K.R. 842). 



TERRTERS. 
Bull-Terriers. 

2443. Albion, white dog, whelped May 10, 
1885. Breeder, Mr. E. ft. Porter, New Haven, Conn. 
Owner, Mr. T. R. Varick, Cambridge, Mass. 

Sire -Dutch, Jr. (A.K.K 1887). 
' Ztom— Nellie (A.K.R. 1701). 

2444. Alexis, white dog, whelped May 10, 1885. 
Breeder, Mr. E. S. Porter. New Haven, Conn. Own- 
er, Chas. A. Packard, M. D., Bath, Me. 

Litter brother to Albion (A.KR 2443). 

2445. Alice, white bitch, whelped May 10, 1885. 
Breeder, Mr. E. S. Porter, New Haven, Conn. Own- 
er, Mr. H. W. Holmes, No. 348 Sixth avenue, New 
York. 

Lditer sister to Albion (A.K.R. 2448). 

2446. Alpha, white dog, whelped May 10, 1885. 
Breeder and owner, Mr. E. S. Porter, New Haven, 
Conn. 

Litter brother to Albion (A.K.R. 2443). 

2447. Lady Pilot, yellow brindle, three 
white feet and blaze, whelped 1S82. Breeder. Mr. E. 
Helber, Saline, Mich. Owner, Mr. J. J. Walker, P. 
O. Box 1529. Ann Arbor, Mich. 

Sire— Pilot, by Billy out of Kit, bv Lare Billy out 
of beauty, she out of Joy, she by the Bear dog and 
he by Captain. 

Dam— Trina, by Russell House Frank out of 
Blinker. 

2448. Maximus, white dog, whelped April 2, 
1885. Breeder, Mr. Fenton Hains, New Haven, Conn. 
Owner, Mr. A. G. Walradt. Milford, Conn. 

Sire— President (A.K.R. 1208). 
Dam— Trump, by Tiger out of Rose. 

Wire-Haired Fox-Terriers. 

2449. Foiler, white, brindle spot on back and 
tail, dog, whelped May 28, 1884. Breeder, Mr. Geo. 
Whitraker, Shanty Bay, Ont. Owner, Mr. L. H. 
Baldwin. Mashquotch Kennels, Toronto, Ont. 

Sire— Piocher, by Clearland Crab (by Kendal's Old 
Tip) out of Colling's Vic (England). 

Dam— Venom (E. 9,005), by Venture (E. 8,527) out 
of Vice, by Tally-Ho out of Nettle. 

.Record— High com., New York; second, Cincin- 
nati; high com., Toronto, 1885. 

2450. Nettle, white, black head and stern, 
bitch, whelped April 28, 188-1. Breeder, Mr. George 
Whitaker, Shanty Bay, Ont. Owner, Mr. L. H. Bald- 
win, Mashquotch Kennels, Toronto, Ont. 

Sire- Pincher. 

Daw— Squish, by Pincher out of Venom. 

See pedigree of Foiler (A.K R. 2449). 



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BEAGLE*. 

Bessy— Bunny.— Mr. H. Doe's Bessy (A.K.R. 

1117) was bred to his Bunny (A.K.R. 1118) on April 29. 

DEERHOUNDS. 

The Banshee— Roderick Dhu.— Mr. C. B. 

Gilbert's The Banshee (A.K.R. 1288) was bred to Dr. 

W. H. Carmalt's Roderick Dhu on May 7. 

POINTERS. 
Lady Maud— Beaufort.— The Surrey Kan- 
nels' Lady Maud (A.K R 1157) w«s bred to Mr. C. H. 
Mason's Beaufort (A.K.R. 694) on April 28. 

Lyde H.— Don.— Mr. John Wanstall's Lyde n. 

was bred to Mr. Coffin's Don (A.K.R. 1784) on May 22. 

PUGS. 

Bo-Peep -Bradford Ruby.— Mr. Henry L. 
Goodman'* Bo-Peep was bred to City View Kennels' 
champion Bradford Ruby (E. 13,8*1) on May 25 and 27. 

Fannie — Treasure.- Mr. Geo. Morlridge's 
Fannie was bred to Mr. Geo. Giili van's Treasure on 
May 11. 

Flossy— Bradford Ruby.— The City View 
Kennels' Flossy (A.K.R. 2253) was bred to their 
champion Bradford Ruby (E. 18,884) on May 11. 

Peggy— Treasure,— Mr. Geo. Gillivan's Peggy 

(A.K.R. 1804) was bred to his Treasure on May 20. 

Queenie — Napoleon. - Mr. F. F. Dole's 

Sueenie was bred to the City View Kennels' 
apoleon (A.K.R. 2087) on March 12 and 14. 

ST. BERNARDS. 

Rough-Coated. 

Sheila-Duke of I#eeds.-Mr. K E. Hopfs 

(Hospice Kennels) Sheila (A.K.R. 795) was bred to 

Mr. E. R. Hearn's Duke of Leeds (A.K.R. 1585) on 

May 26. 

SETTERS. 

English Setters. 

' Zetta— Bertram.— Mr. J. G. Badger's Zetta 

(A.K.R. 874) was bred to Mr. W. Rea's Bertram 

(A.KR. 864) on May 9. 

Irish Setters. 

Me 

(A.K.1 

(A.K.R. 2084) on May 28. 

SPANIELS. 
Field and Cooker Spaniels. 
Lina— Young Obo.— Mr. C. G. Browning's 
Lina was bred to Mr. J. P. Willey 's Young Obo 
(A.K R. 861) on May 6. 

Smut II. —Black Pedro.— Mr. A.M. Mc- 
Donald's Smut n. was bred to Mr. J. P. Willey's 
Black Pedro (A.K R. 1474) on May 6. 

Fancy— Young Obo.— Mr, H. Flint's Fancy 
(A..K.R. 1102) was bred to Mr. J. P. Willey's Young 
Obo (A.K.R. 861) on May 7. 

Jet W.-Black Pedro*— Mr. J. P. Willey's 
Jet W. (A.K.R. 861) Was bred to his Black Pedro 
(A.K.R. 1474) on May 16. 



leggie — Neff.— Mr. J. D. Culver's Meggie 
C.R 8*6) was bred to Mr. L. W. Dart, Jr.'p, Neff 



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(Jom,US5. 



Nellie -Obo. Jr.-Mr. J. McNultie's Nellie 
(A.KR.818)was bred to Mr. J. P. WiUey's Obo, Jr., 
on May 15. 

Tolande— Obo H.— Mr. W. H. Tuck's Yolande 
(A.K.R.688) was bred to Mr. J. P. Willey's Obo H. 
(A.K.R. 488) on May 6. 

Miss Obo II*-Obo II.-Mr. J. P. Willey's Miss 
Obo n. (A.K.R. 8191) was bred to his Obe H. (A.K.R. 
482) on May 10. 

Oritic-Obo n.-Mr. W. O. Partridge's Critic 
(A.K.R. 808) was bred to Mr. J. P. Willey's Obo II. 
(A.K.R. 482) on May 15. 

TERRIERS. 
Fox-Tsrbirrs. 
Surrey Clover -Mixture.— The Surrey Ken- 
nels* Surrey Clover (A.K.R. 1889) was bred to Mr. J. 
E. Thayer's Mixture (Spice— Fairy in.) on May 91. 

Irish Terriers. 
r*B*»i>»a — Slasher. — Mr. L Timpson's Sheila 
(A.K.R. 187) was bred to Mr. J. Coleman Drayton's 
*" -^ ronMayS. 



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BEAGLES. 
White Daisey-Bannerman.— Mr. J. E. 

Lord's White Daisey (A.K.R. 1728) whelped four 
dogs and three bitches on May 81, Color, five 
white, black and tan, one white and lemon and one 
white. Sired by Mr. A. C. Krueger's imported Ban- 
nerman (A.K.R. 1709). 

COLLIES. 
Neata-Eclipse.-Mr. J.Watson's Nesta (A.K.R. 
1494) whelped four dogs and two bitches on May 80. 
Color, three golden sable, one dog dark sable 
with white feet, breast and back of neck: bitches 
dark sable. Sired by Mr. G. R. Krehl's champion 
Eclipse (England). 

Prep— Tom.— Mr. J. Kldston's Prep (A.K.R. 1764) 
whelped five dogs and three bitches on April 28. 
Color, black and white, and black and tan. Sired by 
Mr. Peter Bradley's Tom. 

POINTERS. 
Millie— Jim.— Maizeland Kennels' Lfllie (A.K.R. 
1789) whelped a litter on March 80. (All since dead.) 
Sired by Captain Joseph Grafton's Jim. 

SETTERS. 

GORDON SETTERS. 

Daisy Blossom— Dinks.— Mr . M. McLane's 
Daisy Blossom (A.K.R. 375) whelped nine dogs and 
two bitches on May 18. Sired by Dinks (A.K.R. 
1077). 

SPANIELS. 
Field and Cooks* Spaniels. 

Beauty W.-Obo. Jr.-M* J. p. WiUey's 
Beauty W. (A.K.R. 1478) whelped three dogs and 
two bitches on May 4. Color, three black and two 
liver. Sired by Obo. Jr. (A.K.R. 1481). 

Daisy Zulu— Obo H.— Mr. Irving M. Dewey's 
Daisy Zulu (A.K.R. 881) whelped eight dogs and two 
bitches on May 18. Color, all solid black. (Three 
dogs since dead.) Sired by champion Obo II. (A. 
K.R. 488). 

Maud S.-Donisette.-Mr. G. KOian's Maud 
S. (A.K.R. 999) whelped four dogs on April 86. Color, 
black. (Three since dead.) Sired by Donizette 
(A.K.R. 1477). 



Phonsle— Obo, Jr.— Mr. J. P. WiUey's PhonsJe 
(A.KJL 1488) whelped three dogs and three bitches 
on April 80. Color, all black. Sired by Obo, Jr. 
(A.K.R. 1481). 

TERRIERS. 
Bull-Terriers. 

Nellie-Dutch, Jr.-Mr. E. 8. Porter's Nellie 

(A K.R. 2191) whelped three dogs and one bitch on 

May 10. Color, pure white. Sired by Mr. T. R. 

Varick's Dutch, Jr. ( AK.R. 1887). 

Fox Terriers. 

Jill-Mixture.— The Surrey Kennels' JUl (A. 
K.R. 689) whelped three dogs and three bitches on 
April 88. Color, white, black and tan marks. (All 
smce dead.) Sired by Mixture (Spice— Fairy IH.). 



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TERRIERS. 
Bull-Terriers. 
President, pure white (A.K.R. 1808), by Roo- 
croft's Randall out of Coy'* Minnie. Has won first, 
New York, May, 1884: first. New York, October, 1884; 
first, Boston. April, 1886, and champion and special, 
Chicago, June, 18*84. Sire of Rosa, winner in puppy 
class. New York, May, 1884 Fee $16. Apply to Ed- 
ward S. Porter, New Haven, Conn. 

PUG3. 
Bradford Ruby (E. 13.834), three years oil, 
silver fawn, correct black markings and perfect 
tail, weight thirteen pounds. Winner of fortr-one 
(41) prizes and cups in England, including champion- 
ship at Crystal Palace, January, 1886; first, Cincin- 
nati: first. Philadelphia; first, Toronto. Fee $86. 
Apply to City View Kennels, Box 6*9, New Haven, 
Conn. 

Napoleon (A.K.R. 3187), apricot fawn, black 
markings, grand skull and wrinkle, the sire of many 
good ones. Fee $16. Apply to City View Kennels, 
Box 889, New Haven, Coon. 



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BEAGLES. 
Billy.— Mr. Fred W. Marchant (Gloucester, Mass.) 
has purchased Mr. Haven Doc's (Salmon Falls, N. H.) 
dog Billy. 

Twinkle.— Mr. Chas. S. Davol (Warren, R. I.) 
has purchased Mr. W. N. Pond's (Norwood, Mass.) 
bitch Twinkle. 

ITALIAN GREYHOUNDS. 
Natalie.— Mr. Geo. Gillivan (West Jefferson, O.) 
has purchased Mr. Henry C. Burdiok's (Springfield. 
Mass.) bitch Natalie. 

POINTERS. 
Beausire.— Mr. H. B. Thomas (Troy, N. Y.) has 
purchased the Surrey Kennels' dog Beausire (A.K.R. 



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PUG8. 
Bradford Baby.— The City View Kennels 
<Box 620, New Haven, Conn.) have purchased through 
Mr. Wm. Graham (Belfast. Ireland) the dog cham- 
piofa Bradford Ruby (E.O.K.8.B. 18,884). 

Cupid*— Miss Emma Earle (New Haven, Conn.) 
das purchased the City View Kennels' (New Haven, 
Conn.) dog Cupid (A.K.R. 2245). 

Dot*— Mr. Geo. Schaffner (Detroit, Mich.) has 
purchased the City View Kennels' (New Haven, 
Conn.) bitch Dot (A.K.R. 2240). 

Flirt.— Mrs. Chas. S. Higgins, Jr. (Brooklyn, N. 
T.) has purchased the City View Kennels' (New 
Haven, Conn.) bitch Flirt (A.K.R. 2249). 



Ky-Ky*— Mr. C. E. Lewis (Suspension Bridge, 
N. Y.) has purchased the Essex Kennels' (Andover, 
" i.) bitch Ky-Ky (A.K.R. 1582). 



Musette*— Mr. C. E. Lewis (Suspension Bridge, 
N. T.) has purchased the Essex Kennels' (Andover, 
Mass.) bitch Musette (A.K.R. 1598j. 

Pope*— Mr. Edward Hale (Haverhill, Mass.) has 
purchased the E<sex Kennels' (Andover, Mass.) dog 
Pope (A.K.R. 1594). 

Treasure*~Mr. Chas. Leonhard (Newport, Ky.) 
ha» purchased Mr. Qeo. Qillivan's (West Jefferson, 
O.) dog Treasure (A.K.R. 472). 

ST. BERNARDS. 

ROUOH-COATBD. 

Sheila*— Mr. K. E. Hopf (Hospice Kennels. New- 
ark, N. J.) has purchased the Alpine Kennels' (Mount 
Vernon, N. Y.) bitch Sheila (A K.R. 796). 

SETTERS. 
English Setters. 
Pandora*— Dr. Chas. H. Mcllwaine (Trenton, 
N. J.) has purchased Mr. Jas. H. Goodsell's (New 
York) bitch Pandora. 

Rose Dale*— Dr. Fred. H. Dart (Niantic, Conn.) 
has purchased Mr. J. D. Culver's (New London, 
Conn.) bitch Rose Dale (A.K.R. 1647). 

Irish Sitters. 
Glenmore*— Mr. J. D. Culver (New London, 
Conn.) has purchased Mr. J. J. Scanlan's (Fall River, 
Mass.) dog Glenmore. 

Bed Maud-Glencho Puppy*— Mr. J. B. 

Stevens. Jr. (Dover, N. H.) has purchased of Mr. W. 
H. Pierce (Peekskill, N. Y.) a dog puppy, whelped 
April 2. by champion Glenchoout of Red Maud. 

SPANIELS. 

Field amd Cocker Spaniels. 

Clio-Obo IT* Puppy*— Dr. G. A. Williams 

(Hartford, Conn.) has purchased of Mr. I. M. Dewey 

Sew Haven. Conn.) a bitch puppy, by champion Obo 
(A.K.R. 482) out of Clio (A.K.R. 429). 

Critic— Obo II* Puppy*— Mr. F. L. Weston 
(Medford, Mass.) has purchased of Mr. W. O. Part- 
ridge (Boston, Mass.) a bitch puppy, whelped Jan. 
16. 
* Qfj*— Mr. H. T. Newberry (Detroit, Mich.) has pur- 
chased Mr. T. R. Hemingway's (New Haven, Conn.) 
dog Og (A.K.R. 1878). 

TERRIERS. 
Bull Terriers. 
Victoria*— Mr. R. Varick (Cambridge. Mass.) has 
purchased Mr. E. 8. Porter's (New Haven, Conn.) 
hitch champion Victoria (A.K.R. 1898). 

Fox-Terriers. 
Rugby.— Mr. J. W. Newman has purchased Mr. 



W. T. Whitman's (Pittsburgh, Pa.) dog Rugby (A.K.R. 
8108). 

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SPANIELS. 
Field and Cocker Spaniels. 
Champion Stock*— Obo U.— Daisy Zulu* 

—-Puppies of both sexes, all solid black; price at six 
week, dogs $25, bitches $20. Correspondence 
solicited. Address I. M. Dewey, New Haven, Conn. 

TERRIERS. 
Foxt-Terbiers. 
Cracknel (E.K.C.S.B. 12,605). — Celebrated 
champion fox-terrier dog, bred by Mr. Murchison 
(the breeder of Spice, Twitcher. Jack Russell and 
other well-known first prize winners). Cracknell is 
by Tweezers IT. (great grandson of the celebrated 
Belgrave Joe) out of Mr. Murchison 's famous cham- 
pion Olive (E. 5,896). Winner of many champion 
K rises, cups, and several times the 50 guineas cnal- 
»oge cup. and for whom £250 was refused. Crack- 
nel has won the following prises: 1st, dog class and 
grand prize fox-terrier produce stakes, January, 1888 
(10}l months old); 1st, open class, 1st, puppy class 
and seven cups and special prizes (including 50 
guineas challenge cup and silver medal). Crystal 
Palace, January. 1888 (beating champions Spice and 
Olive, Mixture, Richmond Jack, Diana and above 200 
competitors); 1st and cup, Warwick, 1888; 1st, open 
class and 1st, fox-terrier derby. Crystal Palace. July, 
1888: 1st. York, July, 1888; champion, Tunbridge 
Wells, 1884, age 8 years 1 month. Mr. Murchison re- 
fused sevei al offers for Cracknel from £250 to £800, 
and will accept the highest bid above £800. he re- 
ceives by telegram or letter. Cracknel is very 
game, and on account of his high pedigree is exceed- 
ingly valuable for the stud, either for public or pri- 
vate use. Address Mr. J. H. Murchison, Kennel 
Club, 6 Cleveland Row, London, Eng. 



Corrections. 



AU persons are urged to use extreme care to write 
plainly. Entries must be made on the blanks fur- 
nished for the purpose. Subscribers should note the 
corrections against the original entry. 

8387. Roni* bitch! 

Boston Show Report. — The Mill Brook Kennels* 
Stella was second in the 8t. Bernard bitch class. 



DEATHS. 
881* Daisy Zulu— Oerebretis. 

1689. AuldBeekie.-Enteritis. 

1700* Daisy*— distemper, contracted at New 
Orleans show. 

1781* Dahn Bow*— Distemper. 

$096* King Obo*— Inflammation of the 
bowels. 

8145* Gold Coin*— Distemper, contracted at 
New Orleans show. 

8176* Glen Onoko* 

8187. IMnah W.-Poisoned. 

Lillie— Jim Puppies*— The entire litter owned 
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[June, 18B6. 



Great Danes vs. German Mastiffs. 

Editor American Kennel Register: 

I DOtice that Mr. J. L. Wincbell has registered 
a Great Dane. As this is the first dog of the 
breed, but promises to be followed by a good 
many more, in view of the rapidly increasing 
"popularity of the breed in England and Ger- 
many, I desire to call your attention to the 
error of registering it as a "Great Dane."* While 
in England the breed is still to a large extent 
known under that name, in Germany, its home, 
all reputable breeders and kennel clubs have 
combined to abolish the different provincial 
names, and the breed is now known as German 
mastiff. As this is eminently proper and the 
name of Great Dane is misleading, and as our 
English friends are slowly adopting the Ger- 
man name, I only think it advisable to start 
right in order to avoid confusion afterward. 
As authority for what I say I refer among 
others to Vero Shaw's "Book of the Dog." 

Geo. yon Skal. 

Nbw York City. 

[The English shows do net recognize the Ger- 
man mastiff, and for the sake of uniformity it 
would be better to follow the lead of the Eng- 
lish Kennel Club.— Ed.] 



Two Richmonds In the Field. 

Editor American Kennel Register: 

I notice your report or record, (No. 1, VoL 
III.) of Southern Sportsman's Derby, states 
that the setter Tangipahoe (Gladstone — Flossie) 
was beaten by a setter named Richmond (Ser- 
geant—Eva). I am under the impression this 
is a mistake, and that it was won by the pointer 
Richmond (by Vandevort's Don out, of Beu- 
lah) who is owned by me. By kindly looking 
into this matter and making correction if it is 
wrong, you will much oblige me. Richmond js 
a half brother to Beaufort, and in view of the 
controversy as to the field qualities of the 
strain, I think it wise to have the record cor- 
rect. John E. Gill. 

Franklin, Pa. 

[Both Richmonds were entered in the Nation- 
al Derby, but only the pointer in the Southern. 
-Ed.] 

The English Mastiff. 

BY M. B. WYNN. 

Part VII. 

IN 1750, the eminent naturalist and antiqua- 
rian, Thos. Pennant, published his "British 
Zoology,' 7 in which he mentions the mastiff. In 
treating on this breed he says: "Very strong 
and thick, a British kind" Here we se$ refer- 
ence again to the original idea, which caused 
the breed to be termed the massive or mastiff. 
Thomas Bewick has left numerous woodcuts of 
the English mastiff from 1780 to 1810. He rep- 
resents the breed with and withont cropped 
ears. The best woodcut of the mastiff by 
Bewick I have met with is in his "Beauties of 
Natural History," published between 1780 and 
1790. In it the mastiff is depicted with a very 
broad skull, short muzzle, with very pendulous 
lips, small ears, long, low body, being longer 
and lower in proportion than in any of Be- 



wick's subsequent woodcuts. This, like nearly 
every specimen of the mastiff depicted by 
Bewick, has white on the face, neck, rite, 
flanks, legs and stern. This amount of white 
in all the mastiffs of that and preceding date 
may have been due to the white starp of 
Alan blood, but more probably to a great ex- 
tent to the amount of inbreeding then prac- 
ticed. The age of railways and railway ideas 
had not commenced, and all animals were 
much more localized, thus we see in most at 
the old English breeds of dogs and cattle a 
great amount of white. Forced in-and-in 
breeding in consequence of localization has 
ceased. Railways, shows and the intellect of 
breeders have broken down the barriers of en- 
vironment, and the ill effects of consanguinity, 
stagnation and degeneracy through want, of 
change of locality have disappeared, and with 
them much of those marked peculiarities of 
family feature, which caused local breeds, 
amounting almost at times to sub-varieties. 
Scientific experiment in breeding shows that 
where in-and-in breeding is pursued, whether 
intentional or compulsory, after a time albino- 
ism will set in, white markings will appear, 
which will be succeeded by colorless or white 
specimens if the inbreeding is continued. It 
was owing to inbreeding on account of localiz- 
ation that the uniform white markings were 
stamped so indelibly in the Hereford cattle, 
and much of the white markings in the mastiff 
arose from the same cause, I expect. 

In all Bewick's mastiffs the stern is turned 
over the back more or less, a point common to 
the breed up to that date more or less. The 
heads are in every case broad, muzzles short 
and blunt, and stop well defined. A short list 
of a few of the figures of the mastiff by Bewick 
may be acceptable. The earliest I have been 
able to discover is in the "Beauties of Natural 
History" (1780 to 1T90) ; "The Mastiff and Thief," 
select fables (1784); the mastiff in "History of 
Quadrupeds" (17&0); tailpiece to the "Wood- 
lark" in "Land Birds" (1797); fighting mastiffs, 
two positions, and mastiff with boy on back in 
tailpiece to 4 'History of Quadrupeds" (1790) . The 
latter shows what a powerful, large dog the 
mastiff was that Bewick drew from, if we 
compare the relative size of the mastiff with 
the boy, who appears some ten years of age at 
least by his dress, form and action. The 1792 
edition of the Enc. Britannica contains a cut of 
the mastiff by Bewick, but this edition is very 
scarce and the dog is precisely the same as that 
figured in Bewick's "Quadrupeds." The 1797 
edition of the Enc. Britannica contains a cut of 
the mastiff (plate 118) drawn by A. Bell and 
engraved by W al. This dog has considerably 
less of the true mastiff character and marra 
the decline of the breed, which commenced 
about 1750 to 1800. The dog shows more of the 
hound type; the limbs, however, are very mas- 
sive, but the drawing is inferior to that of 
Bewick, thehindlegs being very badly depicted. 
The dog has, however, the characteristic white 
on face, neck, breast, flank and legs, and tip of 
stern. Bewick ends his article on the Bandog 
by saying, "The generality of dogs distin- 
guished by that name seem to be compounded 
of the bulldog, Danish mastiff, t. e.. the Great 
Dane or boarnound, and the Bandog." This 
shows that, while Bewick recognized the term 
Bandog to mean the mastiff, the generality of 



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mastiff watchdogs of his day had been very 
much crossed, mongrelized and debased in 
type. 

Cuvier, writing about 1800, rightly classes the 
TCnglish mastiff among the Dogues, the chief 
features of which are, he says, "Shortness of 
top jaw, projection of lower jaw beyond the 
upper, causing the teeth to be undershot, 
height of forehead, depth and breadth of stop, 
general width and shortness and massiveness 
of head, limbs short and stout and body robust. " 
Cuvier rightly arranges the dog in groups by 
the shape of the head and length of the jaw. 
And if people breeding dogs or assuming to 
judge other people's animals would only avail 
themselves of the labors of naturalists like 
Cuvier, sooner than following their own 
ignorant fancies, anxious to assist their friends 
and personal likes and dislikes, and above all, 
the vulgar error of partiality for overgrown 
specimens and gigantic size, we should see the 
true type more common, and dogs more sym- 
metrical and generally better and more 
uniformly judged. As it is, some pig-headed 
old fellow, who happens to have bred a few 
dogs in his younger days, which he fancies he 
never saw the equal of since, sets up as a judge, 
and at other people's expense airs his ignorance 
of natural history and canine type, but at the 
same time clearly exhibits his own unamiable 
stubborn self-opinion, ever present with 
defective education or knowledge of the sub- 
ject in question. 

John Bignall's work, "Letters on Natural 
History" (1810) has a woodcut of a mastiff of 
the true old type; he is fastened to a kennel on 
a sea wharf. This dog shows the true short 
head, blunt muzzle and deep or pendulous lips; 
he has also the white blaze up the face. The 
ears are cropped. From this date there are 
numerous pictures of the mastiff in various 
works, some showing the true type, others very 
plainly crosses with the St. Bernard, hound or 
boarhound, and it remains only to notice a few 
of the most typical or those which are portraits 
of the ancestors of our present mastiffs, as we 
proceed according to the date of their appear- 
ance. Our present race of mastiffs trace 
their ancestry back to between 1800 and 1815, 
and their history is most easily comprehended 
by tracing that of our most noted mastiff 
breeders, their systems and successes. 

About 1800, Mr. Thompson, Commissioner 
of St. Anns Chapel, in le Briers, Yorkshire, 

§ reduced some fine mastiffs which he used to 
efend his home and rabbit warren ; he had 
been a mastiff breeder and fancier for many 
years previous to that date, but left no record 
of his dogs, and all that is kuown of them is 
due to what his grandson, the late James Wig- 
gle worth Thompson, also of St. Anns, could 



remember or elicit from the old servants of his 
grandfather and old people living around. But 
the stories of their courage, affection and sensi- 
bility, although they exemplify the generous 
nature of the breed, would occupy too much 
space to recount. Among the mastiffs owned 
by Commissioner Thompson about 1800 that 
left descendants, was Sal, a vast jet black 
bitch, with white blaze up the face and white 
paws. She had a remarkably fine coat, was 
very broad and muscular, and her head was 
very. short and massive ;she was considered 
the best specimen Mr. Thompson then pos- 



sessed. A son of hers, sire unrecorded, went to 
the Wynns of Nostol Priory. He was a fawn 
dog named Lion, and lived to a good age, and 
sired Sir Geo. Armitage's Duchess alias Venus, 
a daughter of Venus, the property of Henry 
Crabtree, then game keeper to Sir £. Dods- 
worth. Another of Thompson's mastiffs was 
Rose, a fine brindle bitch which Mr. Thompson 

?urchased 1814 from some canal boatmen, 
heir story was that she ran after the boat 
along the towing path with a long broken 
chain trailing after her, and that they drew 
her into the boat by the boathook, and had 
brought her out of Cheshire. Mr. Thompson, 
although he suspected they had stolen her for 
him, being aware of his fondness for the breed, 
purchased her with some few misgivings. 
About 1817 he mated her with a yellow fawn 
dog named Bold, having been procured by his 
owner. Mr. Robinson from Bold Hall, Lanca- 
shire, being one of the English mastiffs kept 
up at that fine old residence. Bold was a very 
savage dog, at least so when on chain, the story 
being that Mr. Robinson wishing to stop a 
footpath (he had no power to do legally) pro- 
cured Bold and a large bulldog and chained 
these two dogs with their kennels so near the 
footpath that they could almost reach people 
if they made use of it; the result was as he 
anticipated, people were so frightened by the 
dogs that they discontinued using the path and 
in course of time Mr. Robinson was able to close 
it. From this Bold and Commissioner Thomp- 
son's Rose was born either in 1815 or 1816, 
Lion, a dark brindle dog. He was given to Mr. 
Holdsworth,who was Mr. Thompson's daughter- 
in-law's brother and consequently uncle to the 
late J. W. Thompson. This Lion of Mr. Holds- 
worth's was considered by the Thompsons one 
of the finest specimens they ever bred!, and the 
late John Crabtree told me he was a rare speci- 
men, having an enormous head and was very 
muscular and fine in the coat. Beyond this no 
record exists of Commissioner Thompson's 
mastiffs, and the traced line passed out of the 
family until between 1827 to 1880 when the late 
J. W. Thompson obtained the line, back in 
Dorah, born m 1826, from the late John Crab- 
tree, game keeper at Kirklees Hall, Yorkshire, 
the family seat of the Armitages. John Crab- 
tree made Kirklees classic ground to the mas- 
tiff fancier. Considerably over six feet in height, 
handsome in face and figure, with the courage of 
a lion and true courtesy of the gentleman "Old 
John," as his friends loved to term him. was 
one of nature's noblemen. In the ancient park 
is the site of the building in which Robin Hood 
was bled to death by the orders of his near re- 
lation, Elizabeth de Stanton, then Prioress of 
Kirklees. 

In the Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic 
News of Aug. 11, 1877, is an engraving of the 
gate house ot Kirklees Priory, from which 
Robin Hood shot his last arrow, with John 
Crabtree seated on the wall talking to another 
keeper. It is a capital likeness of Crabtree, 
showing his tall figure and long silvery beard. 
There is- also in the same number an engraving 
of the grave of Robin Hood, which is at the top 
of the park. About 1820. John Crabtree (whose 
career as a mastiff breeder I propose to sketch 
in my next) commenced breeaing. Having 
about 1818 or 1819 set some traps in the park 
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a little puzzled in seeing securely caught, one 
fine morning, a grand brindle mastiff bitch, 
broad in head, chest and loin, small in ear and 
long and low in bodv. How to get her ont of 
the trap was the difficulty; but taking off his 
belt, he made it fast round her neck, and then 
let heront, and led her up to the hall for the in- 
spection and orders of the then Sir George Ar- 
mitage. John asked what he was to do with 
her. The worthy baronet, in true feudal style 
(evidently considering all found trespassing on 
his estate by right should be confiscated to his 
use) said, peremptorily enough, old John told 
me, "Take her to the gun room, John, lock the 
door, and say nothing about her to any one." 
This. John remarked, to own the truth, suited 
his inclination, at the same time he did not 
wish to keep her if he could trace that she be- 
longed to any one in the locality, and on mak- 
ing a little inquiry, he found that a mastiff 
answering the description had been seen the 
day before passing through with some carts 
- that had come out of Lancashire for teasels 
(the fuller's thistle). Crabtree said he had very 
little doubt but that the bitch had come with 
the carts from one of the Lancashire doth 
mills, places where the mastiff was formerly 
kept in considerable numbers. No inquiry, 
however, was ever made after the dog. and so 
was John Crabtree started as a mastiff fancier 
and breeder. 

American Kennel Club. 

THE annual meeting of the American Ken- 
nel Club was held at the Philadelphia 
Kennel Club's rooms, on the evening of May 
19. Major J. M. Taylor, the president, occu- 

?ied the chair, and in the absence of Mr. E. S. 
brter, Mr. G. Norbury Appold, the treasurer, 
acted as secretary. The clubs represented were 
the Baltimore, Illinois, Cleveland, Kentucky 
and Montreal, by Mr. H. Malcolm, of Balti- 
more; Cincinnati, by Major Taylor; Philadel- 
phia and New England, by Mr. W. H. Childs: 
New Haven, by Mr. L. L. Morgan; Western 
Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh, by Mr. W. Wade, 
and Eastern Field Trials Club, by Mr. J. Otto 
Donner. 

The election of officers resulted in the re-elec- 
tion of Major Taylor as President by the votes 
of the first six clubs named above, against the 
five who voted for Mr. Wagstaff ; First Vice- 
President, Mr. Elliot Smith; Second Vioe Pres- 
ident, Mr. A. W. Pope: Secretary, Mr. E. A. 
Osborn; Treasurer, Mr. J£. Comfort. 

The committee on revision of the constitu- 
tion and by-laws asked an extension of time 
until the following morning, when a complete 
new set of rules were submitted. 

On the adjournment of the annual meeting 
an executive committee went in session. 

The application of the Knickerbocker Kennel 
Club was withdrawn. 

The protest made by Mr. Watson, against 
the St. Bernard dog St. Elmo, was referred to 
Messrs. E. Smith, Faxon and Wade. 

The secretary was notified to confer with 
the secretaries of bench shows, in regard to 
arranging the circuit of dog shows for next 



The following committees were then ap- 
pointed on standards: 

St. Bernards— A. W. Pope, K. Benson, J. P. 
Haines. 



Newfoundlands— J. Nickerson, J. F. Kirk, J. 
Mortimer. 

Deerhounds-J. E. Thayer, E. Kelley,Q. Van 
HummelL 

Greyhounds— H. W. Smith. H.W. Huntington, 
J. R. Pierson. 

Irish Setters— W. N. Callender, W. Jarvia, C. 
H. Turner. 

Gordon Setters— H. Malcolm, C. F. Bees, J. 
Marble. 

Pointers— E. F. Stoddard. E. C. Sterling:, R. 
C. Cornell. 

Irish Water Spaniels— J.O. Alcott, J. F. Kirk, 
T. Donoghue. 

Cocker Spaniels-8. P. Willey, J. W. Leavitt, 
A.F. Laid£w7 

Foxhounds— Dr. Twaddell, J. A. Stoval, J. & 
Wise. 

Beagles— C. F. Kent, W. H. Ashburner, A. C. 
Krueger. 

Fox-terriers— W. Rutherfurd, E. KeHey, J. 
E. Thayer. 

Collies— T. H. Terry, A. S. Apgar, Martin 
Dennis. 

Bulldogs— R. Livingston, J. E. Thayer, R. H. 
Barlow. 

Bull-terriers— E. S. Porter, R. Livingston, J. 
Mortimer. 

Black and Tan Terriers— M. H. dyer, J. 
Scholes, O. S. Coulsen. 

Bedlington Terriers-J. Scholes. J. F. Kirk, 
W. S. Jackson. 

Irish Terriers— L. Timpeon, J. S. Niven, J. 
Lindsay. 

Skye Terriers— R. H. Barlow, W. P. Sander- 
son, J. Mortimer. 

Hard-haired Scotch Terriers, Yorkshire Ter- 
riers, Toy Spaniels and Italian Greyhounds— 
J. Mortimer, J. F. Kirk, J. H. Naylor. 

Pugs— M. H. Cryer, W. R. Knight, H. Good- 
man. 

Poodles— J. G. Heckscher, J. Mortimer, J. F. 
Kirk. 

Dachshunde— J. H. Naylor, H. Goodman, Dr. 
J. Twaddell. 

Chesapeake Bay Dogs— I. T. Norris, H. Mal- 
colm. 

National Field Trial Club. 

THE entries for the National Field Trial 
Club Derby of 1885, closed on May 1 with 
eighty nominations, sixty-seven' of which are 
settars and the remaining thirteen are pointers. 
Under the National club rules all puppies are 
eligible which were whelped on or after Jan. 1, 
1884. The entries are as follows, and show a 
slight falling off from those of the past three 
years: 



C. Tucker's white, black and tan dog Guy Glad- 
stone, by Gladstone out of Lavalette, born April 86. 
. C. .Tucker's black, white and tan bitch Lady Don- 
caster, by Doncaster out of Bessie Brown, born 
May 1. 

S. B. McCuen's white, black and tan dog Sam Sler- 
rett, by Gladstone out of Lavalette, born. April 2d. 

P. H. & D. Bryson's lemon belton bitch Kaunle 
Gladstone, by Gladstone out of Sue, born April 10. 

P. H. & D. Bryson's black, white and tan dog Dan 
Gladstone, by Gladstone out of Sue, born Nov. 16. 

H. D. NioheUVs black, white and tan bitch Cleo, by 
Gladstone out of Lavalette, born April SO. 

B. M. Dudley's lemon and wnite dog Oath's Hope, 
by Gath out of Gem, born May SB. 

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H.. by American Dan out of Countess House, born 
Jul: 



Z. T. Hogan's black, white and tan bitch Tree H., 
ry American Dan out of Countess House, born 
July 34. 

T. W. House's black, white and tan dog Alamo H., 
by American Dan out of Countess House, born 
July 24. 

T. J. Landrum's blue belton doer Count Solo, by 
Count Noble out of Countess Mottle, born March 1. 

G R. Stevens's black, white and tan bitch Daisy, 
by Oath out of Gem, born May 28. 

G. B. Stevens's orange and white bitch Fashion, by 
Gath out of Gem, born May S3. 

W. J. Cannon's black, white and tan dog Noble C., 
by Count Rapier out of Belle of Hatchle, bom April 

K. D. Davis's white and black biteh Maud D., by 
Lightning out of Dora Royal, born Jan. 1. 

P. Jones's white, black and tan bitch Renfroe, by 
Gladstone's Boy out of Dora Royal, born Aug. 21. 

E. A. Wood's black and white dog Bendemir, by 
. Count Noble out of Lassie, born September. 

S. S Brown's black and white dog Sachem, by 
Count Noble out of Lassie, born September. 

W. T. Mitchell's red dog Grouse m., by Grouse H. 
out of Collen Rhue, born Feb. 27. 

C. Heath's black and white dog Pendennis, by Blue 
Drake out of Diana H., born Jan. 1. 

C. Heath's black and white bitch Diana IH., by Blue 
Drake out of Diana II., born Jan. 1. 

B. M. 8tephenson's white, black and tan dog Bob 
Gates, by Count Rapier out of Belle of Hatohie, born 
Aprill 22. 

Memphis & J. M. A vent Kennels' black, white and 
tan do* Joe Noble, by Count Noble out of Countess 
A, born Feb. 27. 

Memphis & J. M. Avent Kennels' black, white and 
tan bitch Sue Gladstone, by Gladstone out of Sue, 
born April 10. 

Memphis & J. M. Avent Kennels' blue belton dog 
Canada Peg, by Cambridge out of Marchionejs Peg, 
bom May 2. 

Memphis and J. M. Avent Kennels' black, white 
and tan dog Glad, by Gladstone out of Bessie A., 
born July 8. 

W. Davidson's black, white and tan bitch Minnie S, 
by Dashing Berwyn out of Romp, born July 18. 

J. 8. Hudson's black, white and tan bitch Gathlit, 
by Gath out of Lit, born June 20. 

W. B. Stafford's black and white bitch Bella, by 
Gladstone out of Cooma<sie. born June. 

£. 8. Wanmaker's blue belton bitch Cad, by Wat- 
kin's Tom out of Maiden, born April 26. 

Otto Moebes's blue belton Nettle, by Don Gladstone 
out of Lady Elgin, born March 8*. 

John A. Ellison'* orange and white dog Jackson, 
by Baden Baden, born May 1. 

E. I. Stone's black and white bitch Cress, by Glad- 
stone out of Zell, born May 12. 

L. 8. Colyar's black, white and tan bitch Beauty 
Gladstone, by Gladstone's Boy out of Dora Royal, 
born Aug. 21. 

Boyd Swing's black and white bitch Lotta. by 
Gladstone out of Zell, born May 12. 

H. Pane's blue belton dog Count Rush, by Count 
Noble out of Lady May, born May 16. 

Wm. Bowles, Jr.'s black, white and tan dog Bob 
Bowles, by Paul Gladstone out of Bo-Peep, born 
Jane 14. 

W. B. Gates's black, white and tan dog Tarquln,by 
Paul Glads one out of Bo-Peep. born June 14. 

W. B. Gates's black, white and tan dog Nortier, by 
Paul Gladstone out of Bo-Peep, bom June 14. 

N. Rowe's blue belton dog Pegjim, by Cambridge 
out of Marchioness Peg, born May 2. 

N. Bowe's blue belton dog Pegbld, by Cambridge 
oat of Marchioness Peg, born May 2. 

K. Rowe's blue belton bitch Peg m., by Cambridge 
out of Marchioness Peg, horn May 2. 

N. Bowe's black, white and tan bitch Pegfly, by 
Cambridge out of Marchioness Peg, born May 2. 
, «. Bowe's blue belton bitch Pegpeep, by Cam- 
bridge out of Marchioness Peg, May 2. 

J. M. Avent's orange and white bitch Logan, by 
ughtning out of Kate, born June. 



E. Dexter'* white, black and tan bitch Nelly Bly, 
by Count Noble out of Nelly, born Nov. 3. 

J. N. Macklin's black, white and tan bitch Dora 
Berwyn, by Dashing Berwyn out of Juno A., born 
April 12. 

J. N. Macklin's black, white and tan dog Oath's 
Mark, by Gath out of Gem, born M»y 28. 

J. W. Mu man's orange and white bitch Topaz, by 
Gith out of Gem. born May 28. 

G. G. Ware's black and white bitch Nannie 8., by 
DashingBerwyn out of Juno, born April 12. 

G. G. ware's black and white bitch Minnie, by Ben 
Hill out of Leona, born June 20. 

A. P. Gilliam'R black and white bitch Maggie 
Gladstone, by Gladstone out of Lavelette, born 
April 2ft. 

Sanborn Kennels' lemon and white bitch Clara 
G., by Count Noble out of Dashig Romp, born 
June 8. 

W. H. Parson's black, white and tan bitch Car- 
lot t a, by Lightning out of Dora Royal, born Jan. 1. 

W. H. Parson's white, liver and tan dog Tom Hen- 
dricks, by Gladstone's Boy out of Dora Royal, born 
Aug 21. 

J. W. Renf roe's black, white and tan bitch Dimple, 
by Gladstone's Boy out of Dora Royal, born Aug 21. 

J. W. Renfroe's black, white and tan dog Leap 
year.by Lightning out of Dora Royal, born Jan 1. 

J. W. Renfroe's blue belton bitch Cyclone, by Light- 
ning out of Dora Royal, bom Jan 1. 

W. B. Shattuc's black, white and tan bitch Dido's 
Daughter, by Cambridge out of Dido II., born Aug. 9. 

W. B. Shattuc's black, white and tan bitch Dido's 
Pet, by Cambridge out of Dido II.. born Aug. 0. 

W. B. Shattuc's black, white and tan bitch Polka 
Dot, by Cambridge out of Dido II., born Aug. 9. 

w. H. Venable's white, liver and tan dog Drake, 
by Lightning out of Dora Royal, born Jan. 1. 

W. I. Hevward'8 white, black and tan bitch Bon 
Seline, by Lightning out of Dora Royal, barn Jan. 1. 

R. H. Rivers s black, white and tan dog Judge 
Flippin, by Startle out of Ploy, born Aug. 12. 

B. Crane's black, white and tan dog C^unt Glad 
Draco, by Gladstone out of Princess Draco II., born 
Feb. 2d. 

B. Crane's black, white and tan dog Duke Glad 
Draco, by Gladstone out of Princess Draco II., born 
Feb. 26. 

B. Crane's black, white and tan bitch Lady Glad 
Draco, by Gladstone out of Princess Draco II., born 
Feb. 26. 



E. F. Stoddard's white and liver bitch Meteor's 
Maid, by Meteor out of Trinket, born April 1. 

E. F. Stoddard's white and liver ticked bitch 
Trinket II , by Meteor out of Trinket, born April 1. 

F. R Hitchcock's lemon and white dog Earl, by 
Bang Bang out of Graceful, born May 22. 

Ramapo Kennels' liver and white dog Duke of 
Bergen, oy Bang Bang out of Fan Fan, born Jan. 6. 

HTM. Short's liver and white dog Bob V., by Van- 
devort's Don out of Luck, born March 11. 

J. W. Munson's liver and white bitch Malite, by 
Meteor out of Dell, born May 6. 

J. W. Munson's liver and white dog Meteorite, by 
Meteor out of Vanity, born July 19. 

E. S. Wanmaker's liver and white bitch Dress, by 
Donald out of Darkness, born July 16. 

C. Whealen's liver and white dog King Shot, by 
Meteor out of Diana, born July 24. 

C. Whealen's .white and black dog Bang Joe, by 
Baog Bang out of Josie, born July 11. 

G. Sander's white and liver dog PapSmiser, by 
Meteor out of Diana, born July 24. 

G. Sander's white and liver dog Rumpty, by Meteor 
out of Diana, born July 21 

E. Dexter 'sliver and white dog Half-and-Half, by 
Priam out of Malt, born Jan. 27. 



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Cincinnati Dog Show. 

THE Cincinnati Sportsmen's Club held their 
second dog show on May 5 to 8. Major J. 
M. Taylor judged English, Gordon and Irish 
setters and foxhounds; Mr. B. F. Seitner the 
pointers, and Mr. Hugh Dalziel all other classes. 

AWABDS. 
POINTERS— Champion- Doo*: Prize, Q. N. Appold 
(Bravo). Bitches: Prise, J. W. Munson (Spinaway) — 
Open— Ovkb56lbs — Dogs: 1st, E. C. Sterling (Robert 
le Diable); 2d, Will Davidson (Landsdaun). Very high 
com., C. L. Dick (Young Sleaford); A. Sander Duke). 
High com., Mrs. John Scbrink, Jr. (Lamplighter). 
Com., J. W. Munson (Carto).— Over50lbs.— Bitches: 
1st, E.C. Sterling (Belle Faust); 2d, Knickerbocker 
Kennel Club (Flirt). High com., R. R. Moore (Fan- 
ebon).— Under Solbs— Dogr«: 1st, J. B. C. Lucas 
(Monarch) ; 2d. Jotin E. Zimmerman (Glendale). Very 
high com., R. Cornell (rrince of Orange). High com., 
Qeo Ligowsky (Mack), and Mies Louise Devereux 
(Captain Dash).— Under 50lbs — Bitches: l»t, F. R. 
Hitchcock (Modesty); 2d, Stocky & Baker (Hoy). 
Very high com., 8. A. Kaye (Fannie). Puppies: 1st. 
C. J. Bremer (Bow Faust); 2d. J. R. Dan tela (Daisy 
Donald). Very high com., E. C. Sterling (Gen. 
Gordon). High com., W. R. Huntington (LeRoy), 
and R. H. Wood (Sister). Com., J. R. Daniels (Royal). 

ENGLISH S E.TTERS,— Champion -Dogs: Prize, W. 
B. Gates (Paul Gladstone). Bitches: Prize, Howard 
Hartley (Qjeen Alice). -Open— Dogs: 1st, Dr. G. G. 
Ware (Gladstone's Boy); 2d, i\ F. Loudon (Stanton). 
Very high com , W. B. Mallory (Dave B.>; J. M. 
Avent(Roderigo). High com., G. B. Haw lev (Brents); 
F. S. Hughon (Paris III );Oncari • Kennel Club (Onta- 
rio Ben). Com., Jobn Overman (Dandy Cambridge); 
Dr. G. G. Ware (Ben Hill). Bitches: 1st, J. M. Avent 
(Juno A.); 2d. 8. A. Kaye (Madonna). Very high com., 
>*. Wolfenden i Vixen III.); T. Potter (Glen). High 
com., P. O. Butler (Early Dawn); Ontario Kennel 
Club (Ontario Myrtle). Com., H. L. Kyler (Slip); 
R. B. Morgan (Appelle Belle II.). Puppies: 1st, J. S. 
Louis (Lady Rock); 2d, Mr. J N. Macklin (bath's 
Mark). Very high com., J. S. Hudson (Oath Lit) 
High com. and com., R. B. Morgan (Akron Girl and 
Akron Boy). Com., Chas. Schwein (Dolly S.). 

GORDON SETTERS. — Champion — Dogs: Prize, 
Charles R. Taylor (Gem). Bitches: No entries.— 
Open— Dogs: 1st. withheld; 2d. S. M. Strader(Ben). 
Bitches: 1st, Charles R. Taylor (Rhoda); 2d, J. W. 
Amberhue (Grouse). Com., fl. R. Parker (Gip). Pup- 
pies: Withheld. 

IRISH SETTERS.— Champion -Dogs: Prize, Dr 
Wm. Jarvis (Elcho, Jr.). Bitches: J. T. Walker 
(Reeta). -Open -Dogs: 1st, W. D. & B. L. Mallory 
(Duke): 2d, J. H. Roberts (Bruce). Very high com., 
J. T. Walker (Glenclaire). High com., J. F. Blythe 
(Red). Com., Henry Overman (Brad). Bitches: 1st, 
H. E. Chubb (Zella Gleoduff); 2d, W. W. Kendall 
(Lorna Doone). Very high com., J. A. J. Sprague 
(Megorra). High com., Mrs. Patrick Nolan (Flora); 
J. F. Biythe (Blanche). Com., H. O. Bradley (Lotti). 
Puppies: let, W. Hoyt (Noreen IV.); 2d, E. Duval 
(Fidget). Very high com , Tagan & Bur ran (Addle 
B.). High com., W. E. Limberg (Wick's Fly). 

MASTIFFS. — Champion— Dogs: Prize, Ashmont 
Kennels (Hero II.). Bitches: Prize, Ashmont Kennels 
(Lorna Doone).— Open— Dogs: 1st, Ashmont Kenneis 
(Ilford Cromwell); 2d, A. O. Johns (Adam J.). Very 
high com., Winlawn Kennels (Hildebert). High 
com., Winlawn Kennel 3 ( Hector) ; James Barker (Mej). 
Bitches: 1st, Winlawn Kennels (Prussian Princess); 
2d, Ashmont Kenneis (Bal Gal). Very high com., 
Winlawn Kennels (Rosalind). High com., Ashmont 
Kennels (Juno); Winlawn Kennels (Liberty). Puppies: 
1st and very high com., Winlawn Kenneis (Minerva 
andScipio). 

ST. BERNARDS. — Rouoh-Coated -Dogs: 1st, H. 
Welnhardt (Turk). Com., H. C. Dinklake (Carlo). 
Bitches: 1st, Mill Brook Kennels (Bertha); 2d, with- 
held. Puppies: 1st and high com.. R. J. Sawyer 
(Noma and Clio).— Smooth-Coated— Dogs: 1st, Mill 



Brook Kennels (Verone* : 2d, J. Hick (Mark Anthony). 
High com., F. D Emerson (Rex). Bitches: 1st. Mill 
Brook Kennels (Wanda). Puppies: 1st, Mill Brook 
Kennels (KoboM); Sd, Mill Brook Kennels (Keeper). 
High com., Mill Brook Kennels (liirola). 

NEWFOUNDLANDS.— 1st, 8. S. McCuen (Miro); 
2d, Andrew Laidlaw (Major). Very high com., J. S. 
Carter (Ponto). 

SPANIELS.- Irish Water-Champion— Dogs: Prise, 
R. B. Morgan (Sinbad II). Bitches: No entries.— 
Own— Dogs: 1st, C. B. Rodes(King Slash); 2d, Ex- 
celsior Irish Water Spaniel dub (Mack). Very high 
com., John R. Daniel (Pat). High com., W. R. Hunt- 
ington ( Texas). Bitches: 1st, KzccMor Irisa Water 
Spaniel Club (Juda); 2d, Exceteior Irish Water Span- 
iel Club (Tipsey). Field Spaniels.— lsr, A. Laidlaw 
(Toronto Jet) ; 2d , W. Reiring (Lucky). Black Cocker 
Spaniels— Champion -Dogs: Prize, Horuell >paniel 
( lub (Hornell Silk). Bitches: No entries.— Open— 
D*gs: 1st. Horn* 11 Spaniel Club (Hornell Jack)- only 
entry. Bitches: 1«t, W. O. Partridge (Helen); 2d, A. 
Laidlaw (Dido). Puppies: 1st, A. Laidlaw (Belle). — 
Other than Black. — Champion— Dogs: Prise. A. 
Laidlaw (Sport). Bitches: No entry.— Open— Dogs: 
1st, withheld ; equal 2d, A. Laidlaw (Dart); and C. W. 
Sander (Bob). Bitches: 1st, A. Laidla # (Ruby); 2d, 
withheld. Puppies: withheld. 

CHESAPEAKE BAT DOGS. -1st, S. A. Kaye 
(Mermaid); 2d, Geo. W. Kierstead (Barnum). 

GREYHOUND3- Champion— Dogs: Prize, H. W. 
Smith (Memnon). Bitches: Prize, (Fan).— Open— 
Dogs: 1st, G. W. hodenberg (Dash); 2d. H. W. Smith 
(Ben). Very hljh com., E. W. Murpny (Doctor). High 
com., A. C. John (Captain), Monteith Kennels (Major), 
A. E. Highway (Prince). Bitches: 1st, A. E. Heigh- 
way, Jr. (Queen); 2d, Mike Schrank (Daisy). Very 
high com.. Oapr. J as. Thompson (Maud 8.). Hign 
com., Monteith Kennels (Lady). Puppies: 1st, Mfes 
Ellison (Lufra). Very high com., Monteith Kennels 
(Dave), E. Harrold (S*elper>. Com., E. Semple 
(Lady), G. C. Brownall (Queen), E. Harrold (Spring). 

DEER HOUNDS.— Champion— Dogs: Prize, Clover- 
nook Kennels (Mac). Bitches: Prize. Clover-nook 
Kennels (Perth).— UPKS—Dogs: 1st, Judge N. Long- 
worth (Dart); 2d, Clovernook Kennels (Heather). 
Bitches: Only entry absent. 

FOXHOUNDS.— Dogs: 1st, withheld ; 2d, Associated 
Fanciers (Robin Hood). Bitches: 1st, L. Runnins- 
land(Girl). only entry.— Shaggy— Doo*: 1st, E. H. 
Howard (Trinket); 2d and very high com., E. H. 
Howard (Clipper and Pierce). Bitches: 1st, E. H. 
Howanl (Lana); 2d, E. H. Howard (Tot). High com., 

E. H. Howard (Maud). Com., E. H. Howard (Whit- 
ney). 

BEAGLES.— Dogs: 1st, withheld; 2d, Mrs. C. E. 
White (Mort). Bitches: 1st. Mrs. C. E. White (Bon- 
nie); 2d. Chas. Schwein (Marjory). Very high com., 

F. J. D'Arcy (Linnie). Com., J. Moerlein (Gypsy). 
Puppies: 1st and high com.. Cuas. Schwein (Maud 
and Minnie) ; 2d, Mrs. C.E. White (Myrtle). Very high 
com., Louis Jfctuehl (Topsy). 

BASSET HOUNDS.— 1st, B. F. Seitner (Countess). 

DACHSHUNDE. - 1st, B. F. Seitner (Prince); 2d, B. 
F. Seitner ( Wallexie). Verj high com., H. Goodman 
(Waldine III.), Com., D. R.Herrick (Waldman Ray). 

COLLIES.— Champion— Doqs: Prize, J. A. Long 
(Rob Roy). Bitches: No entries— Open— Dogs: 1st, 
Miss Liliie Downey (Gordan). Bitches- Equal 1st, 
J. A. Long (Nellie i and J. E. Dougherty (Nellie D.); 
2d. J. E. Dougherty (Bessie B.) Puppies: 1st, with- 
held; 2d, Associated Fanciers (Lassie Girl). 

FOX-TERRIERS.— Dogs: 1st. Clovernook Kennels 
(Scarsdale);2d, A. N. Spencer (Raby Tyrant). Very 
high com.,W. R. Bingnarn (Vakeel). Bitches: 1st, 
Clovernook Kennels (Clover Blossom ); 2d, Clover- 
nook Kennels (Clover Blossom). Very high com., 
W. B. Bruckner (Spot) j_J. A. B. Scarborough (Mossy). 
Wire-haired -1st, L. H. Baldwin (Venom); 2d, L. H. 
Baldwin (Foiler). 

BULL TERRIERS.— Dogs: 1st, Charles R. TayJor 
(Young Bill); 2d, Associated Fanciers (Saxon). Very 



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high com., Geo. Keller (Gypry). Bitches: 1st, L. 
Kin« (Jessie G.). Puppies: 1st, L. King (Peg). 

BLACK AND TAN TERRIERS.— No awards. 

SKYE TERRIERS. -Doflrs: 1st, withheld; 2d, As- 
sociated Fancier* (Walts). Very high com., C. 
Schwemberger (Fan Herbert, Beanie Bonner and 

Nellie Herbert). Bitches: 1st, withheld; 2d, 

(Rags). 

YORKSHIRE TERRIERS.— Dogs: 1st, Mrs. I. 
Engelhart (Paddy). High com.. Charles Schwem- 
berger (Brendamour). Com., J. Engelhart (Frits). 

SCOTCH TERRIERS. —Bitches: 1st. Mrs. James H. 
Nay lor (Rosie): 2d, John H. Naylor (Scotland Yet). 

DANDIE DINMONT TERR1E 38.— 1st, Mrs. John 
H. Naylor ( p an&y): 3d, Mrs. John H. Naylor (Bonnie 
Briton). High com.. Associated Fanciers (Briunie). 

BEDLINGTON TERRIERS— 1st, W. S. Jackson 
(Elswick Lad II.). 

BULLDOGS. — Dogs: 1st, withheld; 2d, J. J. 
Thompson (Leon). 

GREAT DANES— 1st, August Trinkle (Brock); 3d, 
Paul Mcker (Pluto). Very high com., August 
Trinkle (Flora). 

PUGS.— Champion— Dogs: Prlxe,G. Gillivan (Treas- 
ure). Bitches: Prize, Harry L. Goodman (Bo Peep). 
~ 1st, City_ View Kennels (Bradford 

~ "Iigh com., 

, withheld; 
Puppies: 1st, 
G. Gillivan (Peggy). 

TOY TERRIERS —1st. Mrs. John Grandy (Dot) -2d. 
Chas. Dickhant (Fly). Very hieh com.. A. W. Hitch 
(pot). High com., Miss Alice McGraw (Daisy). 

KING CHARLES SPANIELS.— 1st. Associated 
Fanciers Charlie; 2d, H. Mulertt (Lura). 

ITALIAN GREYHOUNDS. -1st, J. Englehart 
(Puck); 2d, H. Detmering (Dolly). High com.. J. 
Engelhart (Pearl). 

POODLES.— 1st, withheld; 2d, Mrs. D. H. Stone 
(Lill). 

MISCELLANEOUS. — Equal 1st, Peter Schwan 
(Hans) and ArtnurLeBoutlllier (Mix); 2d, Mrs. John 
J. O'Cennell (Bonita). 

SPECIAL PRIZE LIST. 
Best kennel of six St. Bernards, Mill Brook Ken- 
nels Best kennel of six mastnTs, Ashmont Kennels. 
Best greyhound, Memnon. Best kennel of five cocker 
spaniels. Andrew Laid law. Best collie in open 
classes. Gordan. Best St. Bernard owned in Cincin- 
nati, Rex. Best English setter puppy. Lady Rock. 
Best Irish or Gordon setter' in open classes, Dnke. 
Best English setter in open classes, Juno A. Best 
greyhound owned in Cincinnati. Dash. Best decor- 
ated kennel of dog owned by lady, Mrs. I. Engel- 
hart's Paddy. Best non-sporting dog in open classes 
owned by a lady in Hamilton county, O., or New- 
port or Covington, Ky., Paddy. Bert sporting dog, 
same conditions. Lamplighter. Best Irish setter 
bitch puppy, 'Noreen IV. Best pointer in open 
classes, Robert le Diable. Best greyhound in open 
classes, Dash. Best bull-terrier in open classes, Leon. 
Best stud pointer, no entry. Best greyhound m 
champion class, Memnon. Greyhound making high- 
est leap. Queen. Best Irish water spaniel. King 
Slash. Best pointer puppy in Hamilton county, (Sis- 
ter. Best pointer puppy, Bow Faust. Best J£nglish 
setter puppy, Lady Rock. Best setter in open classes 
owned in Hamilton county, Stanton. B*st pointer 
in open classes owned in Hamilton county. Lamp- 
lighter. Best kennel of St. Bernards, Mill Brook 
Kennels. Best kennel of mastiffs, Ashmont Kennels. 
Best kennel Rnglish setters, no entries. Best toy 
dog in open classes owned in Hamilton county or 
Newport or Covington, Ky.. Dot. Best pug dog, 
same conditions, Roderick II. Best Great Dane, 
same conditions. Brook. Best black and tan terrier, 
same conditions. Dot. Best dog in miscellaneous 
class, same conditions, Mex. 



Toronto Dog Show. 

THE third annual show of the Toronto Dog 
Show Association was held on May 13, ll 
and 15. Mr. Davidson judged the setters, 

Sointers, foxhounds, harriers, beagles, deer- 
ounds and greyhounds ; Dr. Niven the spaniels, 
and Mr. Barlow the remaining classes. 

AWARDS. 

ENGLI8H SETTERS. -Challenge Class— Dogs: 
Frank Wlmdbolz (Rockingham). Bitches: L. H. and 
M. A. Smith (Belle).— Open-Doo*: 1st, L. H. and M. 
A. Smith (Bristol): 3d, T G. Davey (Prince Phoebus); 
3d, F. G. Hughes (Paris HI.). Very high com.. Mrs. 
R. W. Boyle (Dashing Storm), A. Wyness, Jr. (Cam- 
bridge II.). High com., T. G. Davey (Dan Gladstone). 
Bitches: 1st, T. G. Davey (Genevieve); 2d, O. Tot- 
ten (Countess Dash); 8d, O. Totten (Lady Princess). 
Puppies-Do?*: 1st, T. Q. Davey (Jupiter); 2d, O. 
Totten (Rosedale). Very high com., John Ayre 
(Sport). Bitches: 1st, George Schofield (Dia'na); 2d, 
Dan O'Shea ( Hastey). Very high com , Thos. Hutch- 
inson (Lady Hamilton), T. G. Davey (Forest Fern). 

IRISH SETTERS.— Challenge Class— Max Wen- 
zel (Chief). — Open — Dogs: 1st, Robert Douglass 
(Comet); 2d, Max tVenzel (Chief, Jr.); 8d, Sam Stane- 
land (Sam). High com., Alex Purse (Grouse). 
Bitches: 1st. Max Wenzel (tfoube); 2d, Thos. Thomp- 
son (Meg); 31. Jas. Kennedy (Kate). Puppies:' 1st, 
Jas. Kennedy (Dan); 2d, Jas. Stewart (Don). 

BLACK AND TAN S &TTERS.— Challenge Class 
— F. W. J. Ball (Lottie).— Ormx— Dogs: ist.E. Tinslty 
(Brant); 2d, R. V. Somerville (Jason); 8d, S. Goui- 
den (Lep). Very high com., J. W. Dick (Sandy). 
Bitches: 1st, P. D. Hart (Gyp); 2d, Jas. Cox (Fairy 
Queen): 8d. withheld. Puppies: 1st, E. Tinsley 
(Young Blossom). 

POINTERS.— Challenge CLAss-Charles H. Mason 
(Beaufort).— Opkn - Dogs: 1st, Charles H. Mason 
Bradford); 2d, W. J. Dandy (Shot); 3d, A. E. Roe 



(B 



'Snipe). Very high com., t. G. Davey (Majesty). 
Sigh com., J. 8. O. Oaner (Sport). Bitches: 1st, 
Cooper & Donnelly (Duck); 2d, Mr. Mason (Fan- 
chette). Puppies: 1st, W. J. Dandy (Jack); 2d, C. 
H. Mason (Beau). 

IRISH WATER SPANIELS.— 1st, H. E. Kersteman 
(Rocky); 2d, J. Fitzgerald (Tory). High com., J. 
W. Hutor (Fly). 

CLUMBER SPANIELS.— 1st, C. E. Robinson (Judy). 

FIELD SPANIELS. -Champion-J. Luck well (Bob, 
Jr.).— Opkn— Liver or Black— Dogs: 1st, J. W. Kelly 
(Lado' Devon); 2d, G. C. Thompson (Riven), 3d, J. 
Wilson and R. Tinning (Beau II.). Bitches: 1st, I. A. 
Roche (Fan II.); 2d, J. Wilson and R. Tinning (Strat- 
haven).— Other than Ltvkror Black— 1st, A. Pearce 
(Sappho); 2d, James Gower (Jumbo). 

COCKER SPANIELS.— Challenge Class— J. P. 
Willey (Shina). Black— Open— Dogs: 1st, withheld ; 
2d, Andrew Laidlaw (Rex); 91, H. Fullgood (Black 
Graf). Bitches: 1st, Andrew Laidlaw (Belle); yd. J. 
Luckwell (Woodland Queen)); 8d, J. W. Kelly 
( Woodstock Gipsey). Very high com . , Andrew Laid- 
law (Juno W.). High com., H. G. Charleaworth 



(Gipsy).— Other than Black— Dogs: 1st, Andrew 
Laidlaw (Dart); 2d, F. E. Curtis (Sport, Jr.); 3d, 
Geo. H. McFarlane (Drum). Bitches: 1st, J. W. 



Kelly (Woodstock Ruby); 2d, J. C. McMay (George- 
town Ruby); 8d, Henry Fulford (Rosedale Dot).— 
Field or Cocker Spaniels— Puppies: 1st, A. Laid- 
law (Belle); 2d, W J. Harrington (Dash). Very high 
com., Anthony W. Croft (Queen). High com., 
Bernard Saunders, Jr. (Chum). Com., E. T. Carter 
( ) 

FOXHOUND8— 1st, Dan O'Shea (Roxey); 2d, J. 
Beauchamps (Ruler); 8d, Arthur Jackson (Bounce). 
Very high com., W. Evans (Jewel and Driver); 
Arthur Jackson (Bugle). High com., H. G. Jackson 
(Music). Com., W. H. Raokham (Fowler), and A. 
Andrew (Lucy). 

FOX-TERRIERS.— Challenge Class— Dogs: W. R. 
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Belle).— Open— Dops: 1st, D.O. Booth (Venator); 2d, 
W. M. Langton (Broken burst Reveller); 8d t J. Luck- 
well (Richmond Johnnie). Corn., J. F. Crean (Thome, 
Jr.); T. W. Defries (Joek), and G. Gibson (Bowler). 
Bitches: 1st, D. S. Booth (Nellie): 2d, W.R.Bing- 
ham (Daisy); 8d. W. M. Langton Edgbarton (Flirt). 
— Webe-Haired— 1st, A. St. G. Boulton (Bristles); 
3d, J. Richmond (Jasper). Very high com., W. C. 
Niblett (Wasp and Nettle). High com.JL. H. Bald- 
win (Venom and Foiler). Puppies: 1st, W. M. Fisher 
(Busy II.); 2d, A. Von Turcbiem (Fay). High com., 
Mr*. Wm. Scully (Venatrix). Com., J. Biggs (Bes- 
sie), and A. V. Beardmore (Vic). 

MASTIFFS.— Dogs: 1st, C. H. Mason (Nevison); 
3d, Hugh Scott (Nelson). Bitches: 1st, C. H. Mason 
(Miss Nevison); 2d, H. J. L. Lawes (Norah). 

ST. BERNARDS.— Dog$: 1st, J. W. Burgess ^First 
Choice): 2d, Fred W. Rothera (Priam), very high 
com., Fred W. Rothera (Otho). Com., R. walaer 
(Duke of Albany). Bitches: 1st. Fred W. Rothera 
(Daphne); 2d, Fr.-d W. Rothera (Orta). Com., W. A. 
Darner (St. Bernard); B. Walder (Lady Hughes). 

HARRIERS.— 1st. Alex Stiner (Leader); 2d, Dan 
O'Shea (Driver). Very high com., Fred Habart 
<Koger); Fred Habart (Range). High com., Fred 
Habart (Belle). 

BEAGLES.— 1st, Dan O'Shea (Rattler): 2d, Dan 
O'Shea (Music). Very high com., John S. G. Cornell 
(Bee); A. Harris (Stump). High com., S. P. Maybee 
(Jeff); Chas. C. Baldwin (Ringwood). 

DEERHOUNDS.-lst, A. H. Malloch (Wyvis). 

GREYHOUNDS.— Champion— Prize, H. W. Smith 
(Friday Night).— Challenge Class— Dogs: H. W. 
Smith (Memnon). Bitches: H. W. Smith (Fan).- 
Open— Dogs. 1st, J. G. Kent (Robert the Devil); 
2d, Fred Habart (Jolly Boyj: 8d, H. W. 8mith (Ben). 
Very high com.. A. B. Cooper (Spring). High com., 
M. J. Graham (Ringwood); Wm. H. Hall (Neptune) 
and R. A. Temple (Fly). Com., Alex Foid(Arabi 



Bey)). Bitches, 



aple (Fly). 
_.„„. I 1st, H. Habart (Fly); 2d, fi. M. 

Pellatt (Fern). Very high com., T. G. Gillespie (SI1 
ver). Pupppies: 1st, Scott Munson (Fleet) ; 2d, H. W. 
Huntington (Hawthorn Belle); 3d, H. W. Hunting- 
ton (Harlequin). Very high com., J. W. Dixon 
(Spring). High com., Mrs. Agnes C. Thompson 
(Beppo). 

NEWFOUNDLANDS. -1st. JohnStruther (Boxer); 
2d, Dan O'Shea (Bruno). ' V*ry high com., John Le 
Brocq (Leo); Geo. W. Verral (Bruce); Chas. A. 
Gianell (Don Pedro, Jr.); W. H. Taylor (Rover.) 
High com.. John F. Scholes (Nellie); Arthur 
Meeres (Net). Com , Chas. Knees (Pontum); Thos. 
Langton (Major). 

COLLIES.— Challenge Class— Fred W. Rothera 
(Lome).— Open— Rough-coated— Dogs: 1st, Miss 
Adelaide Beardmore (Laddie); 2d, J. W. Burgess 
(Argyle): 3d, D. McKenzie (Sly). Very high com., 
W. M. Fisher (Baggs). High com., H. E. Suckling 
(Tyke). Bitches: 1st, John G oven loch (Jenny); 2d, J. 
W. Burgesss (Jean ):8d, S. Davis (Fanny) — Smooth- 
ooated— 1st, D. McKenzie (Bess); 2d, T. G. William- 
son (Ken); 3d and very high com., Alan F. Camp- 
bell (Jennie and Robin). High com., J. Tyler(Belle). 
Puppies: 1st, Dan O'Shea (Laddie); 2d, Alex. Cro- 
man (Juno); 3d, H. E. Suckling (Tyke). Very 
high com., D. McKenzie (Wooabridge Laddie). 

BULLDOGS.— 1st, Jas. Patterson (BUI); 2d, Thos. 
W. Mills (GuiUermo). 

BULL-TERRIERS.— 1st, R. H. Dudgeon (Dutch Jr); 
2d, R. H Dudgeon (Gypsey): 3d, John F. Scholes 
(Dick). Very high com., A. White (Spring). Com., 
Dan O'Shea (Royal III.). 

BEDLINGTON TERRIERS.-lst, Dogs: W. S. 
Jackson (Hswick Jock); 2d, J. F. Scholes (Blu- 
cher); 3d. J. Massey (Atlantic). Bitches: 1st, W. S. 
Jackson (Tynesider IL); 2d and 8d, J. F. Scholes 
(Llllie and Lady). Very high com. and high com. 
w. S. Jackscc (Elswfck Belle and Stonehouse Lass)' 



Diggle (Young Nailor). 

YORKSHIRE TERRIERS. -Doy*.- 1st, J. F. Cbod- 
bell (Dandy); 2d. Wm. H. Doel (Tom); 8d, H. G. Jack- 
son (Toby). Bitches: 1st, Wm. 0. Doel (Una). 

SKYE TERRIERS. -1st and 2d, Alex Bertram 
(Prince and KXXyY ; 3d, J. N. Rogerson (Skye). Very 
high com., J. W. Dick (Punch). J 

BLACK AND TaN TERRIERS.-lst, J. F. Scholes 
(Bessy); 2d, Jas. T. Heasley \Teaser). =«*»« 

SCOTCH, IRISH, OR DANDIE DINMONT TEB- 
RIERS.— 1st, Dan O'Shea (Gem); 2d, Dan O'Shea 
(Enn). Com., J. F. Scholes (Shamrock.) 

ROUGH-HAIRED TERRIERS. -Over 7lbs.— 1st 
T. L. Champney (Dan); 2d, Dan O'Shea (Boxer)! 
Very high com., J. F. Scholes (SandT). High com.. 
Wm. Smith (Pepper) and R. Williamson (Jack) 
Com., Jas. Lumsden (Crib). 

TOY TERRIERS.— Smooth-Coated, 7lbs. andUk- 
PSfrV* £■ ?* 8cho,e ^ (J^sy); 2d, Miss J. Harrison 
(Paddy). High com., Paul Patillo (Queenie) and Miss 
E. Roach (Tiney). Com., Chas. Dailey (Flirt).— 
Rough-Coated— 1st, Frank Abbott (Prince); 2d, John 
Somen (Oily). 

PU fiS"^ 8 t 1 5 8 -« W ^ ltei L D - Peck (Bradford Ruby); 
equal 2d, H. R. F Sykes (8mut) and Mrs. Walter D 
Peck : (Flossy). Very high com., J. F. fccholes (Echo) 
and Mrs. Dr. Sheard (Ellen Terry). Com., Mr?. Lucia 
Falconer (Gipsey). 

TOY SPANIELS. — Black and Taw — 1st, J. H 
Mackie (Toronto Charlie); 2d. E. Bradford (Juliet)' 
Very high com., A. M. Trebil (Toronto Charlie) and 
E. Bradford (Romeo. Don and Minnie).— Ant othkb 



- nie).— Aky t .— 

Coloh— 1st. Chas. H. Mason (Gipsey Queen and 
Napoleon HI.). 

FOREIGN CLASS.— Equal 1st, J. F. 8choles (Chi- 
nese dog Turk), A lady (Thibetian sheepdog Sambo), 
and F. Newberry (dachshund Patrick). 

MISCELLANEOUS CLASS. — 1st, H. P. Harrison 
(white English terrier Hornet n.); 2d, A. R. Andrews 
(bloodhound Druid). 

SPECIAL PRIZE LIST. 

'Best and largest exhibit. Charles H. Mason. Best 
kennel five English setters. L. H. & M. A. Smith 
Best English setter dog, Rockingham . Best English 
setter bitch, Belle. Be*t pair of setters. Bristol and 
Belle. Best pair English setters owned in Toronto. 
Rosedaleand Lady Princess. Best sporting dog or 
bitch owned in Toronto, Dashing Storm. Best Irish 
setter, Chief. Best Irish setter puppy, Dan. Best 
black and tan setter, Lottie. Best buck and tan 
setter puppy. Young Blossom. Best black and tan 
setter owned in Canada, Lottie. Best pointer (2) 
Beaufort. Best pair of pointers, Beaufort and Brad- 
ford. Best Irish water spaniel, Rocky. Best Clam- 
ber spaniel, Judy. Best field spaniel, Bob, Jr. Best 
field spaniel owned in Canada, Bob, Jr. Best field 
spaniel owned in Toronto, Beau II. Best pair black 
field spaniels, Beau II. and Strathaven. £est black 
cocker spaniel by A. C. S. Club's standard, Rex. 
Best cocker spaniel dog owned by a member of the A. 
C. S. Club, Dart. Best bitch, Shina. Best cocker 
spaniel in open classes (2), Belle. Best foxhound, 
Roxey. Best harrier, Leader. Best greyhound, 
Memnon. Best pair greyhounds, Memnon and Fan. 
Best greyhound owned in Canada. Misterton. Best 
fox-terrier (4), Village Belle. Best fox terrier puppy 
owned in Toronto, Busy. Best fox terrier bitch with 
litter under four months, Nellie; best with litter 
under two months, Village Belle. Best exhibit of fox- 
terriers, W. R. Bingham. Best mastiff dog, Nevison. 
Best mastiff bitch, Miss Nevison. Best St. Bernard 
dog, First Choice. Best St. Bernard bitch. Daphne. 
Best Newfoundland dog. Boxer. Best Newfoundland 
bitch, Nellie. Best collie (2), Lorne. Best collie 
puppy, Laddie. Best pair of collies. Lorne and 
Lassie. Best bulldog, Bill. Best bulldog owned in 
Canada, Guillermo. Best bull terrier, Dutch, Jr. 



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Best bull-terrier under 241bs., Billy. Best kennel 
Bedlintrtons not less than four, W. 8. Jackson. Best 
Bedlington terrier, Tynesider II. Best Yorkshire 
terrier do*, Dandy. Best Yorkshire terrier bitch, 
Una. Best silver gray terrier, Daisy Dean. Best 
Skye terrier. Prince. Best black and tan terrier dog, 
Teaser. Best black and tan terrier Bessy. Best 
rough-haired terrier over seven pounds, Dan. Best 
smooth-coated toy terrier (8). Jessy. Smallest dog: or 
bitch. Tiny. Best toy dog or bitch owned in Toronto 
by a lady, Paddy. Best King Charles spaniel (2), 
Toronto Charlie. Best pug, Bradford Ruby. Beat 
Clumber spaniel, Judy. Best non-sporting dog 
owned in Toronto, Bessie. Best dog owned in Tor- 
onto by a lady, Dashing Storm. Best three cockier 
spaniels. Belle, Judo and Dart. 



Philadelphia Dog Show. 

THE show of the Philadelphia Kennel Club 
was held on May 10-22. Judges: Major 
J. M. Taylor, English and Irish setters; Samuel 
Bergin, Esq., Gordon setters: Geo. N. Appold, 
Esq., pointer*; Ed. Dudley, Esq., mastiffs, St. 
Bernards and Newfoundlands; James StoveU, 
Esq., foxhounds, dachshunde and Bassets; Jas. 
Mortimer, Esq., deerhounds, greyhounds, pugs, 
poodles and miscellaneous classes; John David- 
son. Esq.. collies and spaniels; Mr. Barlow, 
bulldogs, bull-terriers, Yorkshire, fox-terriers, 
black and tan, Bedlington, Dandie Dinmont 
and other toy classes; Mr. Sloan, beagles. 

AWARDS. 
MASTIFFS.— Champion— Dogs: 1st, C. H. Mason 
(Nevison). Bitches: No entries.— Open— Doo*; 1st, 
Win lawn Kennels (Homer); 3d, W. 8. Johnson 
(Dread); 3d, Wlnlawn Kennels (Hildebert). Very 
high com., J. E. & C A. Rudolph (Don). Bitches: 
lsi, W. P. Stevenson (Prussian Princess); equal 2d, 
W. P. Stevenson (Hebe), and C. R. Colwell (Dido II.); 
3d, C. R. Colwell (Zaraj. -Puppies— Dogs: 1st, C. R. 
Colwell (David); 2d, Wlnlawn Kennels (Xerxes). 
Very high com., C. R. Colwell (Brother). High com., 
V. M. Haldeman (Hero III.). Bitches: 1st, Winlawn 
Kennels (Minerva); 2d, C. R. Colwell (Dora). High 
com., A. D. Campbell (Zoe). 

ST. BERNARDS— Rouoh-Coated— Champion— No 



entries.— Open— Dogs: 1st. J. W. Burgess (First 
Choice). Bitches: 1st, Mill Brook Kennels (Beryl). 
Puppies: 1st, Mill Brook Kennels (Konig); 2d, Miss 



A. K. Watson (Margery); 8d, T. H. Doan (Victoria). 
Very high com., Miss. I. R. Allison (King). -Smooth - 
Coated— Champion— Dogs: 1st, Mill Brook Kennels 
(Verone). Bitches: 1st. Mill Brook Kennels (Wanda). 
— Opbn— Dogs: 1st, H. H. Chilenden (Ernst) : 2d, Jacob 
Loab (Nero). Bitches: No entries. Puppies: 1st, G. 
Roach (Barkis); 3d. L. Blank (Nellie); 3d, Mill Brook 
Kennels (Ion). 

NEWFOUNDLANDS— CHAMPiON-lst, 8. 8. Mc- 
Cuen (Miro).— Open— Dogs: 1st, A. Laidiaw (Malor); 
3d, J. A. Nickerson (Jalma); 3d, W. Patton (Riley). 
Very high com., C. R. Baker (Jack). High com., 
W. H. Webster (Rover). Com.. W. B. Collin (Driver). 
Bitches: 1st, W. Lendrum (Nell). 

COLLIES.— Champion— Dogs: J. D. Shotwell (Ben 
Nevis). Bitches: Kilmarnock Collie Kennels (Winnie). 
— Opbn— Dogs: 1st, W. Atlee (Bobbie): 2d and 8d, 
Kilmarnock Collie Kennels (Bruce of the Fylde and 
Kilmarnock Bruce). Very high com., J. W. Burgess 
(Argyle), J. Lindsay (Glenoove). High com., J. Wat- 
son (Bounce), J. Lindsay (Joe Nettles), G. A. Drape 
(Roy).Com., J. F. McFadden (Griraesey). Bitches: 
1st, J. LindsayjGein); 8d, Millbrook Kennels (Lady 
Hempstead). Very high com., J. W. Burgess (Jean), 
T. H. Terry (Lass o' Lowrie). High com., T. H. Terry 
(Lorna Doone). Com., H. Watkms (Nell). Puppies: 
1st, J. Lindsay (Craft): 2d, Kilmarnock Collie Ken- 
nels (Kilmarnock Belle); 8d. D. O'Shea (CoUie). Very 
high com., T. H. Terry (Nell Gwynne). High com., 
J. Lindsay (Grover), C. A. Gross (Pat). 



DEERHOUNDS.- Champion— Absent.-OPKN — 1st, 
J. E. Thayer (Bran); 2d, Clovernook Kennels 
(Heather); 8d, Mrs. F. B. Loring (Brian). Very 
high com., E. A. Coleman (Stag). 

GREYHOUNDS. — Champion— Doa*.- 1st, H. W 
Smith (Memnon). Bitches: 1st, H. W. Smith (Fan)' 
—Open— Dogs: 1st, H. W. Smith (Ben); 2d, A. Kemn 
(Captain). Bitches: 1st, H. W. Huntington (Begonia)* 
2d. & Loab (Saturday Night). PuppUs; lst/8. Mc- 
Collom (School rfoy). Com., J. H. Y. Shepard (Ladv 
Halifax). J 

POINTERS.— Oter SSlbs.— Champion— No entries 
— Ovkb65lbs.— Open— Dogs: 1st, O. H. Mason (Beau- 
fort); 2d, Clifton Kennels 1 (Donald II.); Sd, F R 
Hitchcock (Tammany). Com., J. 8chick (Nero)' 
Bitches, over ftuttw: 1st, B. F. Seitner (Lulu Faust)' 
2d. E.J. Martin (Princess II.); Knickerbocker Ken- 
nel Club (Lucille).— Under 66lbs. -Champion— Doaa- 
1st, Clifton Kennels (Robin Adair). Bitches, under 
SMbs.: No entries— Open -Under touts.— Dogs: 1st 
Westminster Kennel Club (Bang Bang); 2d B f' 
Seitner (Rapp): 3d, A. W. Tobey (Adonis). Hiirh 
com., Rancocas Kennels (Shot), F. R. Hitchcock 
(Prince Hamlet). Bitches under fiOZfa.: 1st, F R 
Hitchcock (Modesty); 2d, Clifton Kennels (Rosa)'* 
Sd, Knickerbocker Kennel Club (Polly). Very high 
com., F. R. Hitchcock (Pocahontas). A. Brock (Vir- 
ginia).— Puppies Under 12mos.— Dop«: 1st, Westmin- 
ster Kennel Club (Castor); 2d, L. White (Bang Grace) 
Very high com., F. B. Fay i Tempter). Bitches- 1st 
Clifton Kennels (Lou); 2d, Westminster Kennel 
Club (Nancy). Very hign com , B. F. Seitner (Carrie). 

ENGLISH SETTERS.— Champion— Dogs: 1st. Mem- 
phis & A vent Kennels (Paul Gladstone). Bitches- 
1st, H. Hartley (Queen Alice).— Open— Dogs: 1st F 
Windholz (Rockingham); 2d, Blackstone Kennels 
(Foreman); 8d, A. M. Tucker (Gus Bondhu) Very 
high com., Blackstone Kennels (Mac B.), C. F. Lou- 
den (Stanton), J. C. Johnson (Duke of Devon) 
High com., H. Hartley (Royal Ranger): J. H 
GooJsell (Prince); J. H. Goodsell (Don Juan)* E 
W. Jester (Glen Rock). Com., J. O. Donner 
(Clifford); Rancocas Kennels (Dashing Monarch r 
Dr. J. R. Housel (Wayne). Bitches: 1st, R. c Cor- 
nell (Modesta): 2d, Memphis & Avent Kennels 
(Juno A*);8d. J. H. Goodsell ( Fairy III.). Very hiirb 
com., G. E. Osborn (Forest Dora); J. H. Goodsell 
(Queen Petrel). High com.. J. H. Goodsell (Petrel 
IH.>; E. W. Jester (Dashing Belle). Com., Black- 
stone Kennels (Grace B.) : Blackstone Kennels (Chica) • 
H. M. Wilson (Countess Molke); T. v. Stubb (Bellr 
J. O. Donner (Lady Suffern).— Puppies— Dogs- Ux 
Rancocas Kennels (Storm Petrel); 2d, F. E. Lewis' 



Dan O'Shea (Hasty). High com., Rancocas Kennels 
(Dame Petrel). 

IRISH SETTERS.— Champion— Dogs: 1st, Dr. Wni 
Jarvis (Elcho, Jr.). Bitches: 1st, I. H. Roberts 
(Lsdy Clare).— Open-Do^*.- 1st, M. Wenzel (Chief)* 
2d, E. W.Clark, Jr. (tiUrneyj; 8d, I. H. Roberts 
(Roland). Very high com., 1. H. Roberts (Bruce )• 
W. W. Kendall (Glencore>. Hign com.,M. Richard- 
son (Tim). Com., H. B. Goetchius (Chief II.); c W 
Rodenburg (Chip). Bitches: 1st, M. Richardson 
(Hazel); 2d, M. Wenzel (Yoube); 3d, I. H. Roberta 
(Little Nell). Very high com., I. H. Roberts (Jessie) 
High com., I. H. Roberts (Hebe); W. W. Kend- 
all (Lorna xioone); A. 8. JtcicnarcUou (Nora). Com 
I. fl. Roberts (Leigh Doane).— Puppies— Doqs- 1st' 
F. S. Parrott (Gerald); 2d, R. A. Spaulding (Garry)' 
Very high com., J. 1>. McGlatuery (Rob). Bitches'- 
1st, Dr. A. McCollom (M']iss);2d,T. J. Farley (Nellie)' 
High com., I. H. Roberts (Luray H.). J ' 

GORDON SETTERS.— Champion— Dogs: 1st, J E 
Thayer (Argus). Bitches.- 1st, G. Roach (Lady 
Gordon).— Open— Dogs: 1st, E. Maher (fiojal Duke** 
2d, E. S. Dixon (Little Boy); 8d, ulackstone Kenneht 
(Flash). Very high com., H. Hoopes(Rex). Com.. 
C. B. Hatch (Robert). Bitches: 1st, C. R. Taylor 
(Rhoda); 2d, H. M. Taylor (Jennie); 3d, fc R. 
Coleman (Lady Bislow). • 



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AMERICAN KENNEL REGISTER. 



[June. 18B6. 



1RISH WATER SPANIELS. -1st, C. B. Bodes 
(Kin«: Slash). 

FIELD SPANIELS.— Ant Color -Over 28lbs.— 
1st, P. H. Clark (Coaley); 2d, J. C. Harrison (Jack). 
Puppies: C. DuBois Wagstaff (Dash II.). 

COCKER SPANIELS.— Under 28lbs., Ant Color 
—Champion— 1st. W. O. Partride (Helen).— Liter or 
Black-Open— Dogs: 1st. A. E. Rendle (Brahmin); 
2d, Hornell Spaniel Club (Hornell Jock). Bitches: 
1st, Miss E. B. Roberts (Rhea); 2d. C. N. Lewis (Vir- 
ginia) .—Ant Other Color than Liter and Black 
— Horneli Spaniel Club (Hornell Sunlight); 2d, F. 
Thomas (Wanda T.). Puppies: Ut, W. EL. Tuck 
(Othello); 2d, F. Smith (Minnie). 

CLUMBER SPANIELS. -1st and 2d, M. Richard- 
son (New Castle and Tyne). 

FOXHOUNDS.— Champion— No entries.— Open— 
Dogs: 1st and 2d, Rockland Hunt (Lead and Stormer). 
Com., A. R. Zimmerman (Dash). Bitches: 1st, D. 
O'Shea (Roxey); 2d, Rockland Hunt (Doxey); 8d, 
Rockland Hunt (Margret).— Best Couple— Rockland 
Hunt (Lead and Doxey). 

BEAGLE^.— Champion- Oter 12 inches— No en- 
tries.— Open— Dogs: 1st, D. O'Shea (Rattler HL); 2d, 
P. Dorsey (Rover): 3d, H. C. Wolfe (Duce). Very 
high com., A. C. Krueger (Grand Duke), and H. C. 
Wolfe (Frisky). Bitches: 1st, D. O'Shea (Mischief); 
2d, Associated Fanciers (Veta); 8d, O. H. McClure 
(Blue Maid).— Under 12 inches.— Dogs: 1st, A. C. 
Krueger (Banner-nan); 2d, W. F. Streeter (March Boy 
II.). Bitches: 1st. Mrs. C. E. White (Bennie); 2d, W. 
F. Streeter (Magnet); 8d. A. C. Krueger (Flirt). Pup- 
pies: 1st, D. O'Shea (Fair Maid). Bench-Legged— 
1st, P. Dorsey (Ranger); 2d, J. V. Heidrich (Punch). 
Very high com., J. V. Heidrich (Sport). 

BASSETS.— Very high com., J. V. Heidrich (Judy). 

DACHSHUNDE.-lst, F. Phillips (Waldioe); 2d, W. 
Hagen (Driver). 

WHIPPETS.— Dogs: 1st, W. Sheriff (Whip); 2d, 
A. Chambers (Jack). Bitches: 1st and 2d, A. Cham- 
bers (Sallie and Maggie); 8d, F. A. Bankers (Nigger). 
High com., F. P Kirby (Nell). 

BULLDOGS.— Champion— 1st, J. E. Thayer (Belils- 
sima).— Open— Dogs: 1st, J. E. Thayer (Romulus); 
equal 2d, J. E. Thayer (Remus) an 1 C. R. Snowden 
(Cribb); 8d. E. H. Nonis (Punch). Bitches: 1st, J. E. 
Thayer (Britomartis); 2d, J. H. Sanderson (Bonnie 
Duchess). High com., Capt. Melville (Juno). Pup- 
pies: 1st, J. E. Thayer (Juauita). 

BULL-TERRIERS.— Champion -T. R. Varrick( Vic- 
toria).— Open— Dogs: 1st, R. H. Dudgeon (Dutch, 
Jr.); 2d, F. H. Dale (The Earl); 8d, Associated Fan- 



BLACK AND TAN TERRIERS.— Oter 7 lbs.— 
Champion— E. Lever (Vortigern).— Open— 1st, G. D. 
Woodill (Queen); 2d, Dr. T. itiddle (Beauty). 

FOX TERRIERS.— Champion — Dogs: Hu J. E. 
Thayer (Raby Tyrant). Bitches: 1st, J. E T Layer 
(Richmond Olive).— Open — Dogs: 1st, Clove ruook 
Kennels (Spice); 2d. Qovernook Kennels < Sean+d ale); 
8d, J. E. Thayer (Surprise). Very high worn., Miss 
Nichols (Nick). High com., W. Henry (Crispj. Com., 
R. N. Caldwell (Bruce). Bitches: 1st, J. W. clerk 
(Phantasy); 2d, J. E. Thayer (Jaunty). Puppies: 1st, 
J. E. Thayer (Di); equal 2d, W.S. Ellis (Bel voir t- ap 
IL); J. W. Clark (Rustic Flash). Com., H. A. North 
(Dan). 

IRISH AND ROUGH-HAIRED TERRIERS.-lst, 
D. O'Shea (Jem): 2d, A. Priestley (Sir Garnet). 
High com., C. T. Thompson (Mustard). 

BEDLINGTON TERRIERS.-lst, F. P. Kirby 
(Breresford); 2d, F. P. Kirby (Young Sting). Very 
high com. and high com., D. O'Shea (wasp and Sting). 

DANDIE DINMONT TERRIERS.- Withheld. 



SKTE TERRIERS.— Champion- 1st, W. P. Sander- 
son (Jim).— Opbx — l«t and 2d, W. P. Sanderson 
(Queen Maband Scott). Verybieh com., J. Howard 
(skye), Associated Fanciers (Watty). High com., W. 
S.Ueber(Mr.MnT). %*/-<* 

YORKSHIRE TERRIERS.— Oter 5lbs— 1st, Mrs. J. 
Parker (Charlie); 2d, Associated Fanciers (Togo). 
Very high com. reserve. Associated Fanciers (Mis- 
tress Mary). Very high com , J. R. Gfldersieeve 
(Daisey), Mrs. W. R. Stewart (Mr. D.). High com., 
Anna Fries (Lady). Com., Peter Butler (Beauty), L. 
S. Boraef (Dateey and Paul). -Under 5lbb.— 1st, J. 
R. Gil Jersleve (Jerry). Com., J. C. Hensier (Fonso). 

TOY TERRIERS.— Other than Yorkshire. Under 
7lbs — 1st, F. W. butterle (Pawsee); 2d, W. Bryans 
(Romeo). 

PUGS.— Champion— Dops.* 1st, Mrs. G. H. Hill (Joe). 
Bitches: Absent— Open— /too*; Mrs. W. D. Peck 
(Bradford Ruby); 2d, Mrs. C. Wheatleigh (Tu-Tu); 
3d, J. ParkerjPunch). Very nigh com.. Mrs. E. A. 
Pue (Nea); W. R. Dunton (Harry). High com., T. 
F. Nealis (Smut). Com., Miss M Nealis (Punch). 
Bitches: lsc, A. H. Moore (Miss Kitty); id, Mrs. W. 

D. Peck (Flossy); 8d, Mrs. C. .heatieign (Victoria). 
Very high com., W. E. Lex (Beauty). High com., 
Miss 15. St. Clair Morton (Laura.) Com., A. L. 
Green (Ruby).— Puppies: 1st, Mr*. E. A. Pue (Sarah). 

KING CHARLES SPANIELS.-lst, Associated 
Fanciers (Otto); 2d, J. Parker, Jr. (Prince). 

BLENHEIM SPANIELS.-lst, J. Parker (Charlie), 
Equal 2d, J. Parker (Rubes) and Miss Lilly Hart 
Cnappy). Com. J. Parker (Daisy). 

ITALIAN GREYHOUNDS.— Champion.— 1st, Miss 

E. M. Van Buren (Fanny).— Open— 1st, Mrs. E. W. 
Jsy (Beauty) ; 2d, A. L. Belleville (Tiney). Very high 
com., Mrs. A. M. Kramer (Romeo). 

POODLES.— 1st, Dr. Preeby (Jack); 8 J, L W. Clark 
(Sabot). Very nigh com., I. W. Clark ( jet II.). 

MISCELLANEOUS OR FOREIGN.— Oter 25lbs.- 
lst. Associated Fanciers (Big Kate;; 2d, G. Kerr (Don); 
3d, J. A. E. Walk (Charliei.— Under 25lrs.— 1st, J. 
Parker (Noble); 2d, C. H. Mason (Napoleon, Prince 
Charles spaniel); 3d, J. R. Gildersleve (Nellie). 

MEXICAN HAIRLESS DOGS.— 1st, Mrs. H. T. Foote 
(Me Toe); 2u, A, B. Palmer (Mede). 

SPECIAL PRIZE LIST. 
Best mastiff bitch (»> Prussian Princess. Best mastiff 
dog or bitch, Nevison. Beat rough-coated St. Bernard 
dog, First Choice. Best smooth-coated St. Bernard 
dog, Vtrone. Best smooth-coated St. Bernard bitch, 
Wanda. Best Newioundlaud,Miro. Best kennel of 
collies, five or more, Kilmarnock Kennel. Best 
coUih dog, Ben Nevis. Best collie bitcn, Winnie. 
Best cocker spaniel, Helen. Best Clumber spaniel, 
Newcastle. Best greyhound, Memnon. Best 
deerbound. Bravo. Best pug owned in Pniladelphla, 
George. Best pug bitch. Miss Kitty. Best pug 
puppy, Sarah. Best English setter dog that has 
been placed in field trials, Paul Gladstone; do. bitch. 
Leda. Best English setter dog and one of his get. 
Dashing Monarch with Plantagenet. Beit kennel of 
five English setters, Blackstone Kennel. Best Eng- 
lish setter, Paul Gladstone. Best Irish setter in open 
classes, Chief. Best bitch, Hazel. Best Irish setter, 
Elcho, Jr. Best pointer dog in open class, Beaufort. 
Best kennel of five pointers, Clifton Keunel. Best 
kennel of three pointers. Clifton Kennel. Best beagle 
OTer 12 inches. Rattler III. Best beagle, (8) Banner- 
man. Best pair imported beagles under 2yrs., Blue 
Boy and Blue Maid. Best beagle bitch under 12 
inches owned by a memoer of the A. E. B. Club, 
Blue Maid. Best Gordon setter, Argus. Best in open 
dass,Duke. Best p^ck foxhounds, Rockland Hunt. 
Best couple foxhounds. Boxer and Tiny. Best bull- 
dog, Romulus. Best bull bitch, Bellissima. Best bull- 
terrier, Dutch, Jr. Best black and tan terrier, Queen. 
Best fox terrier dog in open class. Spice. Best fox- 
terrier puppy, Di. Best black and tan terrier over 
71bs. sired by Duke, Dot. Best Skye terrier, (2) Jim. 



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Kennel Register 

Copyright, 1885. Entered at the Poet Office as Second Clase Matter. 

Published by the Forest and Stream Publishing Co., 39 & 40 Park Row. 



P. O. Box 2832. 



New York, July, 1885. 



Vol. III.— No. 7. 



NOTICE. 

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than August 1. 

Entries must be written on blanks furnished for 
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Fixtures. 

DOG SHOWS. 

Sept. 22, 28, 24.— Dog Show of the Milwaukee Ex- 
position Association. John D. Olcott, Superintend- 
ent, Milwaukee, Wis. 

Oct. 27, 28, 29.— Twelfth Annual Dog Show of the 
Western Pennsylvania Poultry Society, Pittsburgh. 
C. B. Elben, Secretary, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

FIELD TRIALS. 

Nov. 16. — Seventh Annual Field Trials of the 
Eastern Field Trials Club, High Point. N. C. W. A. 
Coster, Secretary, Flatbush, L. I., N. Y. 

Dec. 7.— Seventh Annual Field Trials of the Na- 
tional Field Trials Club. Grand Junction, Tenn. B. 
M. Stephenson, Secretary, La Grange, Tenn. 



FILLING OUT BLANKS.— Very few of 
those making entries in the Breeding Register 
fill out the blanks correctly, the error being in 

the first line "Dam , Sire ." Tbis is 

intended for the names of the animals mated, 
and not for the sire and dam of the bitch. 
Quite a number of entries for the Breeding, 
Produce and Sale Registers are sent in letters. 
We have no objection to this, provided the en- 
tries are made out in the exact form and 
phraseology we use. It is for that purpose the 
forms are supplied. We do object to receiving 
such a note as this : "I sent my bitch to be bred 
to Mr. Smith's Dash. She is a very fine one, 
and last time had twelve puppies by Mr. Jones's 
Bob." It took us just twenty minutes by the 
watch to unravel such a puzzle as that for this 
month's Register, while the owner could just 
as easily have written it the way we require 
entries to be made out. 



Our Illustration. 

THIS month we give a well-executed likeness 
of the St. Bernard Hermit and the pug 
dog Treasure, both, at the time the pictures 
were taken, the property of the, Chequasset 
Kennels, Massachusetts. For the benefit of 
our numerous readers we might as well state 
that the name of the kennels is pronounced 
Chockset, and is an old Indian name. Hermit 
is a litter brother to Otho, whose picture we 
gave last month. He is a very typical dog of 
the small size, has been fairly successful, and 
always gets in or near the money. It is as a 
sire that we expect Hermit will yet shine, as 
although young he has got several very prom- 
ising: puppies, Kdnig and Kobold being the 
best, and they are good ones. Pilgrim, the sire 
of Plinlimmop, is not much, if any, larger than 
Hermit, and Plinlimmon is the largest St. Ber- 
nard ever seen, so that breeders should look at . 
what Hermit produces and not judge solely by 
the dog himself. It is not a little singular that 
this young dog, used virtually in an emergency, 
should have sired puppies to beat the cracks 
that had the pick of the bitches. 

Treasure is a very neatly built pujg, particu- 
larly good in ears, out needing a little more 
color. At Chequasset, Treasure, we fancy, 
was rather slighted, compared with the im- 
ported dog Young Toby, Dut he has yet got 
some good puppies. His present owner is Mr. 
Chas. Leonhard, of Newport, Ky. 

COMPLETE RECORDS.— It is very desirable 
that the Register should be put into possession 
of early and full information concerning all 
transfers of registered stock, winnings, deaths, 
etc. Owners of registered animals are urged 
to promptly notify us of any such addition to 
the particulars already given in the Register 
entries. It is only by this co-operation on the 
part of owners that the records here given can 
be made satisfactory to the breeders and others 
who are constantly looking to these columns 
for their guidance. The editor cannot keep 
track of such changes unless his correspondents 
are thoughtful enough to notify him of all such 
transactions. It must be remembered that 
there are now more than 2,500 entries in the 
Register, and the value of each one of these 
depends upon the absolute correctness of the 
record to date. Our friends are urged not only 
to be exceedingly careful in filling out the 
registration blanks, but, as well, to promptly 
notify us of any errors, even the most minute 
and apparently trivial, which may creep into 
print. 



AMERICAN KENNEL REGISTER. 



[July, 1885. 



Rules Governing Registration. 

No duplication of names already registered will be 
permitted. This can be avoided by the addition of a 
distinguishing number or other prefix or suffix. 

The names of well-known unregistered prise win- 
ners will not be registered for other dogs of the same 
breed. 

No name will be registered of a nature to mislead, 
such as "Gladstone n.," or Gladstone, Jr.," for a 
setter not a descendant of that well-known dog. 

No pedigree will be extended beyond a dog already 
registered in the American Kknnsl Register, ex- 
cept in the case of a correction or the supplying of 
new and hitherto unknown information. 

The right is reserved to exclude any portion of a 



pedigrees or information respecting his dogs. 



Abbreviations. — "A.K.R. " American Kennel 
Register. "£," English Kennel Club Stud Book. 
"A." National American Kennel Club Stud Book 

Pedigree Register. 

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Entry fee (50 cents) must accompany each entry. 
Extreme care should be taken to write names plainly. 
Blanks furnished on receipt of addressed and I cent 
stamped envelope. 

BEAGLES. 

2451. Gypsy Queen, black, white and tan 
bitch, whelped Sept. 90, 1682. Breeder, Mr. W. H. 
Asbburner, Philadelphia, Pa. Purchased from Mr. 
C. F. Kent, Monticello, N. Y. Owner, Mr. O. W. 
Willard, Westerly, B. I. 

St're— Ashburner'8 Briar, by Mose out of Twad- 
dell's Melody, by Rowett's Lee out of his Lill. Mose, 
by Bond's imp. Dyke out of Dr. Downey's Vesper. 

Dani-Bush (A.K.R. 189). 

2452* Oscar, black, white and tan dog, 
whelped June 18, 1884. Breeder, Mr. W. T. Allen, 
Philadelphia, Pa. Owners, Associated Fanciers, 
Philadelphia. Pa. 

Sire-Minstrel (A K.R. 1125). 

Dam— Mollie (A.K.R. 1018). 



BULLDOGS. 

2453. Lillie Laagtry, white, brindle head, 
bitch, whelped Aug. 8, lS§8. Breeder, Mr. W. Ham- 
mersley, St. Leonards. Owner, Mr. Thomas W. 
Mills, 106 Maple avenue, Montreal, Can. 

Sire— Jack. 

Dam— Venus (A.K.R. 1825). 

2454. Princess Ida, white bitch, whelped 
May 28, 1884. Breeder, Mr. John E. Thayer, Hillside 
Kennels. Lancaster, Mass. Owner, Mr. Thomas W. 
Mills, 106 Maple avenue, Montreal, Can. 

Sire— Byron n. (E. 10,768), by Clay's Duke out of 
Watson's Beauty. 

Dam— Rhodora (E. 14,875), by Gamester (E. 10.770> 
out of Ida (E. 10,795), by Faust (E. 9,845) out of Domt 
(E. 18,884). Gamester, by Turton's Crib out of Ber- 
rie's Rose. Faust, by Sancho Panza (E. 8,566) out of 
Patch. Dorrit, by Sir Anthony (E. 4,558) out of Kitt 
(E. 6,566). 

COLLIES. 

2466. Bessie, black, tan and white bitch, 
wnelped about 187J. Breeder. Mr. A. J. Armstrong 
Owos60, Mich. Owner, Mr. B. Holmes, Jr., Moun 
tainviile. Orange county, N. V. 

Sire— Bruce, by Glenn. 

Dam— Fly. 

Bruce and Fly were both imported by Mr. Arm- 
strong, from Mr. J. Gilroy, Montfieth, Dundee, Scot- 
land. 



2466. Bounce, Ught sable, narrow blase, right 
foreleg, and all four feet white, few white hairs back 
of neck and end of brush, dog, whelped June, 1881. 
Breeder not known to owner. Purchased from Mr. 
Wm. Graham, Belfast. Owner, Mr. James Watson. 
P. O. Box 770, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Sire-Tramp (E. 9,445), by Old Sweep (Cleg-Flora) 
out of Lassie. 

Dam— Heather, by Cocksie (E. 7,519) out of Jean- 
nie (E. 7,545), by Crumley (E. 5,4.9) out of Lassie, 
by Garry, he by Mec (E. 2,877). Cocksie, by Old 
Coctrie (E. 2.847) out of Lassie (E. 5,425). Crumley, 
by Mac II. (by Mec, E. 2,877) out of Clara. 

2467* Floss, black, tan and white bitch, whelped 
June 19, 1884. Breeder and owner, Mr. B. Holmes, 
Jr.. Moun tainviile. Orange county. N. T. 

Sire— Tarn O'Shanter, imported 1877. Exhibited at 
New York in 1878 by T. W. Lawson, now owned by I. 
K. Felch. 

Dam— Bessie (A.K.R. 2455). 

2468. Flyaway IX, black, tan and white 
bitch, whelped June 19, 1884. Breeder, Mr. B. Holmes. 
Jr., Mountainville, Orange county, N. Y. Owner, 
Master Willie E. Moore, Matteawan, Dutchess county. 
N. Y. 

Litter sister to Floss (A.K.R. 2457). 

2469* Lintie, dark sable and tan bitch, 
whelped May 18, 1885. Breeder and owner, Mr. Jas. 
Watson, P. O. Box 770, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Sire— KrehTs champion Eclipse (E. 12,949), by 
Charlemagne (E. 10,691) out of Flirt (£. 9,469). Char- 
lemagne, by Trefoil (E. 1,528) out of Maude, by 
Cockie (E. 2.847) out of Meg. Flirt is a litter sister 
to Charlemagne. 

Dam— Nesta (A.K.R. 1494), by Duncan out of Bess, 
♦byCarlyle (E. 8,505) out of Midge. Carlyle, by 
Perthshire Bob (Bob of Rug— Cloudy) out of Old 
Lassie. 

♦Note this addition in pedigrees of Nesta ( A.K.R. 
1494) and Chpsetta (A.K.R. 2898). 

2460. Lufl*a» black, tan and white bitch, 
whelped June 19, 1884. Breeder and owner. Mr. B. 
Holmes, Jr., Mountainville, Orange county, N. Y. 

Litter sister to Floss (A.K.R. 2457). 

2461. Merlin, dark sable and tan bitch, 
whelped May 18. 1885. Breeder and owner, Mr. 
James Watson, P. O. Box 770, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Litter sister to Lintie (A. KB 2459). 

2462* Prince Victor, black and tan, white 
frill and feet, dog, whelped October, 1884. Breeder, 
Mr. J. Prettyplace, Killowog, N. Y. Owners, Messrs. 
W. Atlee, Burpee & Co., 475 and 477 North Fifth 
street, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Sire— Fred, by imported Sport out of imported 
Spertes. 

Dam— Blanch, by Imported Wallie out of imported 
Shep. 

2463. Scot* black, ton and white dog, whelped 
Dec. 2. 1884. Breeders, Messrs. W. Atlee, Burpee & 
Co., 475 and 477 North Fifth street, Philadelphia, 
Pa. Owner, Mr. C. H. Wood, Gloucester City, N". J. 

fltre-Imported Bobbie (A.K.R. 3205). 
Dam— Beauty III. (A.K.R. 2208). 

2464. Scotch Mollie, black and light tan 
bitch, date of birth not given. Breeder, Dr. A. J. 
Pontius, Millersburg, Pa. Owner, Scotch Collie 
Kennel Club, Stepney, Conn. 

Sire— Stark, bred by Mr. Fisher, Maybole, Scot- 
land. 

Dam— Deal, bred by Mr. Allison, Maybole. Scot- 
land. 

ITALIAN GREYHOUNDS. 

2465* MaudS., fawn and white bitch, whelped 
April 80, 1885. Breeder, Mr. H. 0. Burdick, 160 
Bridge street, Springfield, Mass. Owner, Mr. George 
Gillivan, West Jefferson, Ohio. 

Sire— Puck, by Silk Socks out of Naughty, by 



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Sport (Don— Itallie) out of Pearl, by Guess out of 
Beauty. 
Dam— Zelpha (A.K.R. 8829). 



MA8TIFFS. 
2466* Beauty, fawn, black points, bitch, 
i whelped June 2, 1984. Breeder, Mr. S. L. M. Bar- 
| low. Glen Cove. L. I. Owner, Mr. Walter R. H. 
Hardingham, Plainfield, N. J. 
Sire— Don; brother to Gurth (A.K.R. 166). 
! Dam— Countess; litter sister to Caesar (A.K.R. 12). 

2467. Dolly Varden H. t fawn, chocolate 
markings, bitch, whelped Feb. 28, 1886. Breeder, 
Ashmont Kennels, Dorchester, Mass. Owner, Cough- 
cura Medicine Co., Eau Claire, Wis. 

Sire— Hero II. (A.K.R. 646). 

Dam— Dolly Varden (A.K.R. 75). 

2468* Tiger, fawn, black points, dog, whelped 

June 2, 1884. Breeder, Mr. S. L. M. Barlow, Glen 

Cove, L. I. Owner, Mr. Walter R. H. Hardingham, 

Plainfield. N. J. 

Sire^- Don; brother to Gurth (A.K.R. 166). v 

Dam— Countess; litter sister to Caesar (A.K.R. 12). 



MEXICAN HAIRLESS DOGS. 

2469* Mede, mouse-colored bitch, whelped 
1888. Breeder, unknown. Owner, Mies A. B. Palmer, 
Passaic Bridge, N. J. 

Pedigree unknown; was imported. 

.Record— Second, New York and Philadelphia, 1886. 



POINTER8. 

2470* Countess Frit*, lemon and white bitch, 
whelped April 4, 1886. Breeder, Mr. C. W. Littlejohn. 
Lees burg, va. Owner, Mr. Josiah Bardwell, 876 
Thirteenth Place, Chicago, 111. 

Sire— Frits (A.K.R. 1861). 

Dam— Virginia (A.K.R. 1867). 

2471. Don, black and white and ticked dog, 
whelped April 2. 1886. Breeder, Mr. C. B. Iittlefleld, 
Manchester, N. H. Owner, Mr. Chas L. Richardson, 
Manchester, N. H. 

Litter brother to Brush (A.K.R. 2407). 

2472. Duke Royal, white, liver and ticked 
dog, whelped September, 1881. Breeder, Mr. Chas. 
R Christy, Stamford, Fairfield county, Conn. Owner, 
Mr. A. A. Raymond, South Norwalk, Fairfield 
county, Conn. 

Sire— Nat, sired by a dog imported and owned by 
a Savannah gentleman, out of a bitch imported by 
General Sanford, XJ. S. Minister to Belgium. 

Dam— Susy Royal, by Dilley's Ranger (Gesner's 
Bake— Kate) out of Fleet, by Dilley's Ranger out of 
Gillespie's Fan. 

2473. Jack, dark liver dog, whelped April 2, 
1886. Breeder, Mr. C. B. Uttlefield, Manchester, 
N. H. Owner, BIr. H. W. Parfcer, Goffstown, N. H. 

Litter brother to Brush (A.K.R. 2407). 

2474. Guy, lemon, white feet and breast, dog, 
whelped April, 1885. Breeder, Mr. C. B. Uttlefield, 
Manchester, N. H. Owner, Mr. E. C. Emerson, 
Nashua, N. H. 

Litter brother to Brush (A.K.R. 2407). 

2475. Jeanette, lemon and white bitch, 
whelped March 81, 1886. Breeder, Mr. W. F. Todd, 
Portland, Me. Owner, Mr. H. E. Burkmar, Rock- 
land, Me. 

Sire— Glenmark, by Rush (AIR. 867) out of 
Romp. 
Dam— Zanetta (A.K.R. 1261). 

2476. Liuie Grace, white, liver and ticked 
bitch, whelped June 1, 1884. Breeder, Mr. Luke 
W. white, Bridgeport, Conn. Owner, Mr. A. A. Ray- 
mond, South Norwalk, Conn. 

Sire— Beaufort JA.K.R. 004). 
Daro— White's Grace. 



2477. Marco, white, liver and ticked dog, 
whelped July 28, 1884. Breeder, Mr. Edward Dexter, 
Buzzards Bay, Mops Owner, Mr. Warren R. Briggs, 
127 Golden Hill, Bridgeport, Conn. 

Sire— Mainspring, by Mike (Price's Bang— Miller's 
Sella) out of Romp, by Chang out of Romp. 
Dam— Chic (AIR. 841). 

2478. Prince Cliff, lemon and white dog, 
whelped April 4, 1885. BreeJcr, Mr. C. W. Little- 
iohn, Leesburg, Va. Owner, Mr. Josiah Bardwell, 
676 Thirteenth place, Chicago. 1U. 

Sire-Fritz (A.K.R. 1861). 
Dam- Virginia (A.K.R. 1867). 

2479. Sport, liver dog, whelped June 22, 1888. 
Breeder, Mr. George O. Goodhue, Danville, P. Q., 
Canada. Owner, Mr. John McGovern, BrockvilTe, 
Ont. 

Sire— Chipps, by Caesar out of Moll, by Don out of 
Nell. Caesars sire and dam were imported by Lord 
Thornton. 

Dam— Nettie; pedigree unknown. Her sire and 
dam were brought from England by au officer, be- 
lieved to have been with the Sixtieth Rifles, to Lon- 
don, Ont., and taken back on his return to England. 



ST. BERNARDS. 
Rough-Coated. 

2480. Otto H., orange tawny, white mark- 
ings, dog, whelped Nov. 9, 1888. Breeder, Mr. Mar- 
shall, North Leominster, Mass. Owner, Coughcura 
Medicine Co., Eau Claire, Wis. 

Sire— Otto I., by imported Mitre (Barry— Gretchen) 
out of Brenner, by Monk out of Hedwig in. 

Dam— Trma, by imported Alp (Chang— Martyr) out 
of imported Hero, by Barry out of Right. 
Smooth-Coatbd. 

2481. Kalmia, orange tawny, brindle and 
white markings, bitch, whelped Oct. 19, 1884. Breeder 
and owner, Chequasset Kennels, Lancaster, Mass. 

Sire— Hermit (A.K.R. 28). 
Dam— Alma I. (A.K.R. 27). 



SETTERS. 



2482. Bismarck, Jr., liver and white dog, 
whelp'd March 10, 1884. Breeder. Mr. Frank Scott, 
Bluffton. O. Owner, Mr. E. L. E. Humma, Vanlue, O. 

Sire— Panto (A.K.R. 714). 
Dam— Lady Snow (A.K.R. 710). 

2483. Bob Toombs* white, lemon spots, dog, 
whelped Nov. 16, 1881. Breeder, Mr. G. D. Joy, Ko- 
koma, Ind. Owner, Mr. E. A. Crawford, Tallahassee, 
Fla. 

Sire— Burgee's Druid. 

Dam— Hoosier Belle, by Royal Scot (Lofty— Maud 
Muller, A.K.R. 1064) out of Daisy Dean, by Rob Roy 
out of Pocahontas. 

2484. Charlie B„ white and black dog, 
whelped Feb. 18, 1886. Breeder and owner, Mr. W. 
D. Wilson, Tallahassee, Fla. 

Sire— Harrj S. (A.KJt. 228). 
Dam- Mary Belle (A.K.R. 1878). 

2486. Count Rockingham, blue 



belton 
dog ( whelped May 8, 1886. breeder, Mr. Frank 
Windholz, New York. Owner, Mr. E. Matheson. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. ^ 

Sire— Rockingham (E. 18,6*7), by Belthusoutof 
Bess. 

Dam— Princess Phoebus (A.K.R. 12873. 

2486. Countotw B., black, white and tan 
bitch, whelped May 1, 1884. Breeder, Mr. A. E. 
Burche, Washington, D. 0. Owner, Mr. Benj. Thorpe, 
Woodbury, N. J. *^ 

Sire- Dashing Lion, by Dash II. (Blue Prince- 
Armstrong's Old Kate) out of Leda, by Dan out of 
1411 n. 

Dam-Victoria (A.K.R. 1888\ 



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2487. Don Leicester, black, white and tan 
dog, whelped Jan. 8. 1884. Breeder, Mr. Chas. York. 
Bangor, Me. Owner, James W. Godfrey, 72 Oatna- 
rlne street, New York. 

Stre-Gun( A.K.R. 1 88). 
Dam— Pearl Blue ( % .K.R. 1542). 

2488. Don McLeod, black, white and tan 
dog, whelped Feb. 18. 1885. Breeder, Mr. W. D. 
Wilson. Tallahassee, Fla. Owner, Mr. E. A. Craw- 
ford, Tallahassee, Fla. 

Litter brother to Charlie B. (A.K.R. 2484). 

2480. Donald, black, white and tan dog, 
whelped April 5. 1884. Breeder, Mr. H. B. Vonder- 
smith, Lancaster, Pa. Owner, Mr. LeRoy B. Hoff, 
Enstlewood, N. J. 

Sire-Zanzibar (A.KR. 1182). 

Dam—UU. by Harry Elgin (Zanzibai— Lady Elgin) 
out of Princess Nellie, by Pride of the Border 
(AIR. 226) out of Petrel. See No 2404. 

2490* Jim* white, orange on ears and root of 
tail, dog, whelped Aus. 15, 1884. Breeder, Mr. W. J. 
McNulty, Asnland, Ashland county, O. Owner, Mr. 
J. C. Loder, Wilmington. N. C* 

bire— McNuity's Crock, Jr., by Roger's Crock (his 
red Pish dog out of bis Snow) out of Carter's Nellie, 
by Kaliff out of Kittle. 

Dam— May T., by Waddell's Lad (Dew's Lincoln— 
his Daisy) out of Turtle's Daisy, by Gordon's Frank 
out of his Sprite. 

This dog is full of Irish setter blood on the sire's 
side. 

2491* Katie K., red, white points, bitch, 
whelped Aug. 15, 1884. Breeder, Mr. W. J. McNulty, 
Ashland. O. Owner, Mr. J. F. Anthony, Charlotte, 
N.C. 

Litter sister to Jim (A.KR. 2400). 

249 2 • Lady Buffo, orange and white bitch, 
whelped Feb. 22, 1885. Breeders, Messrs. Henderson 
& Mason, Jacksonville, III. Owner, Dr. A. D. Taylor, 
WilliamsviHe, 111. 

Stre-Duke Gladstone (A.K.R. 817). 

Dam— Luna, by Marquoketa (Luello— Daisy) out 
of Beauty, by C alburn's Dash out of Fannie (A. K. 
and F. 201). 

2493. Lady May* black, white and tan 
bitch, whelped March 28, 1884. Breeder, Dr. Otto 
Moebes, Quid Nunc, Ala. Owner, Mr. Robert M. 
Dudley, 537 8outb Cherry street, Nashville, Tenn. 

Sire— Don Gladstone (A.K.R. 567). 

Dam— Lady Elgin, by Carlowicz (E. 4,260) out of 
Queen Bess, by Adams's Rock out of Pickles. Cario- 
wiis, by Pilkington'a Dash (E. 1,842) out of Countess 
(E. 1.485). 

2494. Mirth Elgin, lemon and white bitch, 
whelped Feb. 2t5, 1884. Breeder, Mr. H. B. Vonder- 
smith, Lancaster, Pa. Owner, Mr. E. B. Convers, 
Englewood, N. J. 

Sire-Zanzibar (A.K.R. 1182). 

Dam— May Elgin, by Zanzibar (A.K.R. 1182) out 
of Lady Elgin, by Carlo witz (E. 4,260; out of Queen 
Bess, by Adams's Rock out of Pickles. Carlowiiz, by 
Pilkington's Dash (E. 1 842) out of Countess (E. 
1,485). 

2495. Prince Rockingham, blue belton, 
tan markings, dog, whelped May 8, 1885. Breeder, 
Mr. Frank Windholz, New York. Owner, Mr. E. 
Matbeson, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Litter brother to Count Rockingham (A.K.R. 2485). 

2496. Rock Gladstone* lemon and white 
dog, whelped Feb. 8, 1885. Breeder, Mr. H. B. Von 
dersmith. Lancaster, Pa. Owner, Mr. Geo. Jarvis 
1015 Washington avenue, New York. 

Sire— Don, brother to Mirth Elgin (A.K.R. 2494). 

Dam— Nettie, by Harry Elgin (Zanzibar, A.K.R. 
1182— Lady Elgin) out of Princess Nellie, by Pride of 
the. Border (A.K.R. 226) out of Petrel. See No. 2404. 

2497. Rockingham H., blue belton dog, 
whelped May 8, 1885. Breeder, Mr. Frank Windholz, 



New York. Owner. Mr. L. E. Wills, Lehighton. Pa. 
Litter brother to Count Rockingham (A.K.R. 94%). 

2498. Rosalind, lemon belton bitch, whelped 
May 8, 1885. Breeder, Mr. Frank Windholz, New 
York. Owner, Mr. Wm. Brooks, New York. 

Litter sister to Count Rockingham (A.K.B 2485). 

2499. Warwick, blue belton dog, whelped 
Feb. 9, 1885. Breeder, Mr Chas. York, Bangor, Me. 
Owner, Mr. E. Matheson, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Sire— Gun (A.K.R. 1588). 
Dam— Pearl Blue (A.K.R. 1542). 

2600. York, blue belton dog, whelped May 8, 

1885. Breeder. Mr. Frank Windholz, New York. 
Owner, Dr. Charles E. Stanley, Middletown, Conn. 
Litter brother to Count Rockingham (A.K.R. 2485). 
Irish Ssttbrs. 

2601. Blarney, red dog, whelped June 12, 
1888. Breeder, Mr. I. Henry Roberts, Moorestown, 
N. J. Owner, Mr. E. W. Clark, Jr., Germantown. 
Pa. 

Sire— Bruce (A.KR. 54). 

Dam— Luray (A K R. 59). 

Record— Third, National Breeders' Show, Philadel- 
phia, 1884; reserve, New Haven; second, Boston: 
third, New York; second, Philadelphia, 1885. 

2502. Bob Emmett, red* white points, dog, 
whelped March 29, 1885. Breeder. Mr. G. Von Zschu- 
schen. South Orange, N. J. Owner, Mr. James L. 
Carr, Orange, N. J. 

Sire-Chief (A.K.R. 281). 

Dam— Rose Bradwardine, by Elcho (A.K.R. 295) 
out of Hall's Bess, by Howe's Dash out of Daley's 
Fan. 

2503. Conn, dark red dog, whelped Nor. 17, 

1884. Breeder, Mr. R. F. Winslow, Readville, Mass. 
Owner, Mr. W T. Newton, Brookline, Mass. 

Sire— Major, bv Keno (Beridey— Kate) out of 
Madge, by Berkley out of Irish Maggie. 

Dam— Primrose, by Elcho (A.K.R. 296i out of Zelda 
(A.K.R. 240). 

2504. Jessie, red bitch, whelped July 80, 1883. 
Breeder, Mr. Wm. Jarvis, Claremont, N* H. Owner, 
Mr. I. Henry Roberts, Moorestown, N. J. 

Sire-Elcho (A.K.R. 295). 
Dam— Noreen (A.K R. 297). 

Record— Very high com,, Philadelphia, 1884: New 
Haven, Boston, New York and Philadelphia, 1885. 

2605. Gaflhey, red, white spot on breast, dog, 
whelped Jan. 25, 1885. Breeder, Mr. J. A. Cathcart, 
Atlantic City, N. J. Owner, Mr. George J. Weaver 
Wells, 142 North Twenty-first street, Philadelphia. 

Sire— Law's Chester, by Law's Duke (Guy— Lillian) 
out of Brownie, by Berkeley out of Lulu, by Rea 
out of Maud. 

Dam-Lady Bess (A.K.R. 2178). 

2506. Larry 8., red dog, whelped March 14, 

1885. Breeder, Mr. I. Henry Roberts. Moorestown, 
N. J. .Owner, Mr. Edward Maher, Pbiladelpnia, Pa. 

Sire-Chief (A.K.R. 281). 
Dam— Leigh Doane (A.K.R. 58). 

2607* Madge P., red, small white spot on 
breast, bitch, whelped July 4. 1884. Breeder, Dr. 
Pierson, Orange. N. J. Owner, Mr. Samuel Russell, 
Orange. N. J. 

Sire— Dr. Holmes's Rex, by Bucheller's Duke, Jr. 
(Thompson's Duke— his imported Bess) out of 
Holmes's Queen in., by Walter's Harry out of 
Holmes's Queen II. 

Dam— Pierson's Missie, by Rover II. (Rover I., E. 
6.198— Parraela, E. 8,287) out of Rose Bradwardine, 
by Elcho (A.K.R. 295) out of Hall's Bess. 

2508. Richmond, red dog, whelped March 14, 
1885. Breeder, Mr. I. Henry Roberts, Moorestown, 
N. J. Owner, Mr. Chas. T. Thompson, Philadelphia. 

Sire-Chief (A.K.R. 281). 
Dam— Leigh Doane (A.K.R. 58). 

2509. Rooke, dark red bitch, whelped Oct 
15, 1885. Breeder, Mr. R. E. Westlake, Olyphant, 



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Pa. Owners, Associated Fanciers, 287 South Eighth 
street, Philadelphia* Pa. 

Sire— Rock, by Ronald (Elcho, A.K.R. 395— Rose, 
A.KR. 298) out of Nellie B. (A.K.R. 288). 

Dam— Maud, by Elcho (A.K.R. 295) out of Stella. 

2510. Rosalie* red bitch, whelped March 14, 
1885. Breeder, Mr. I. Henry Roberts, Moorestown, 
N. J. Owner, Mr. Richard K. Torpin, Philadelphia, 

Sire— Chief (A.K R. 231). 
Dam— Leigh Doane (A.KR. 58). 

2511* Rose B., red. small white spot on 
breast, bitch, whelped March 29, 1835. Breeder, Mr. 
G. Von Zschuschen, South Orange, N. J. Owner, 
Mr. James L Carr. Orange, N. J. 

Sire— Chief (A.K R. *81). 

Dam— Rose Bradwardine, by Elcho (A.KR. 295) 
out of Hall's Bess, by Howe's Dash out of Daley's 
Fan. 

Gordon Setters. 

2612* Norma, black and tan bitch, whelped 
June, 1884. Breeder. Mr. James B. Blossom, Mor- 
risania, N. Y. Owner, Dr. Franz Henel, Jr., 26 Irv- 
ing Place, New York city. 

Sire— Blossom (E. 5,090). by Sbot(E. 1,680) out of 
Macdona's Bloom, by Whfleford's Rake out of 
Blanche. 

Dam— Bessie B., by Jerome Marble's Grouse ( Wake- 
field's Jock— Cousfand's Nell) out of Young St. 
Ktlda, by Dick out of Old St. Kilda. 



SPANIELS. 



Field and Cocker Spaniels. 

2613. Cribbage, black dog, whelped Aug. 19, 
1884. Breeder, Mr. Hamuel H. Green. Newmarket, 
N. H. Owner, Mr. Edgar M. Tuttle, 21 Essex Court, 
Lynn, Mass. 

Sire— Obo II. (A.K.R. 492). 

Dam— Rube (a.K.R. 784). 

2514. Kobo, black dog, whelped Feb. 17, 1885. 
Breeder, Mr. H. C. Bronsdon, 845 Dudley street, Bos- 
ton, Mass Owner, Mr. E. G. Johnston, Boston, 
Mats. 

Sire— Obo IT (A.K.R. 482). 

Dam— Smut (A.K.R. 858). 

2616. Ned, black dog, whelped Feb. 17, 1885. 
Breeder, Mr. H C. Bron*don, Boston, Mass. Owners, 
Messrs. Fay & Baxter, Maiden, Mass. 

Sire— Obo II. (A.K.R. 4*2). 

Dam— Smut (A.K.R. 858). 

2516. Rita, black bitch, whelped Nov. 22, 1888. 
Breeder, Mr. Geo. Schofleld. Toronto, Ont. Owner, 
Mr. A. J Butt. Ogdensburg, N. Y. 

Sire— Hornell Dandy (A.K.R. 65). 

Dam— Luna, by Rigault's Jack out of Robittaille's 
Jessie, she out of Buntall's bitch. 

2517* Snow* black bitch, whelped June, 1888. 
Breeder, Mr. J. Farrow, Ipswich, Eng. Owner, Mr. 
G. N. Leavens, Belleville. < >nt. 

Sire— Bramble (E. 12,709), by Rover III. out of Fern 
(E.12,706), by Bevexlac out of Farrow's Minnie. 

Dam— Nell. 

2518* Sophronia* black bitch, whelped Feb. 
17, 1885. Breeder, Mr H. C. Bronsdon. Boston, 
Mass. O wners, Messrs. Fay <£ Baxter, Maiden, Mass. 

Sire-Obo H. (A K.R. 482). 

Dam— Smut (A.K.R 858). 



TERRIERS. 
Dandds DnncoNT Terriers. 
25 19* Blnnie, dark pepper, n- ustard legs, bitch, 
whelped May 18. 1884. Breeder, Mr. Robert Hume, 
Orange Court House, Va. Owners, Associated Fan- 
ciers, 287 South Eighth street, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Sire— Peel (A.K.R. 483). 
Dam— Kelpie (A.K.R. 1318). 



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BULLDOGS. 
Princess Ida— Guillermo. -Mr. Thomas W. 
Mills's Princess Ida (A.K.R. 2454) was bred to his 
Guillermo (A.K.R. 671) on June 6. 

Lillie Langtry— Guillermo.- Mr. Thomas 
M. Mills's Lillie Langtry (A.K.R. 2453) was bred to 
his Guillermo (A K.R. 671) on June 2. 
COLLIES. 
Clipsetta— Bounce.— Mr. J. Watson's CMp- 
setta (A.K.R. 2803) was bred to his Bounce (A.K.R. 
2456) on June 9. 

MASTIFFS. 

Jessie— Bruce.— Mr. F. C. Grimes's Jessie (A. 

K.R. 1062) was bred to his Bruce (A.K.R. 1768) on 

June 1. " 

POINTERS. 
Polly-Knickerbocker.— The Knickerbock- 
er Kennel Club's Polly was bred to their Knicker- 
bocker (A.K.R. 19) on May 12. 

Mistletoe— Bruce H.— Mr. J. Houston's Mis • 
tletoe (A.K.R. 1254) was bred to his Bruce II. (A.K.R. 
695) on June 8. 

ST. BERNARDS. 
Rough Coated. 
Daphne H.— Hermit.— The Essex Kennels' 
Daphne II. (A.K.R. 489) was bred to the Chequasset 
Kennels' Hermit (A.K.R. 28) on May 18. 

Nun— Hermit.— The Chequasset Kennels' Nun 
(A.K.R. 24) was bred to their Hermit (A.K.R. 28) on 
June 21. 

Sheila-Duke of Leeds.-Mr. K. E. Hoofs 
Sheila (A.K.R. 796) was bred to Mr. E. R. Hearn's 
Duke of Leeds (A.K.R 1585) on May 20. 

SETTERS. 
Ibish Setters. 
Lady Clare — Blarney. — Mr. I. Henry 
Roberts's Lady Clare was bred to Mr. Clark's 
Blarney (A.K.R. 2501) on May 20. 

Meg Merrilies-Jack.-Mr. Harry A Flet- 
cher's Meg Merrilies (A.K.R. 2181) was bred to Mr. 
James H. Smith's Jack, by champion Elcho out of 
Mag, on May 28. 

Mona Moya— Olencho.— Mr. JohnH.Walls'8 
Mona Moya (A.K.R. 2088) was bred to Mr. Pierce's 
Glencho on May 16. 

SPANIELS. 
Field and Cocker Spaniels. 
Marion— Black Prince.— Mr. A. Clinton 
WilraerdiDg'8 Marion was bred to his Black Prince 
(A.K.R.62)on May 21. 

Newton Abbott Lady - Black Prince*— 

Mr. A. Clinton WilmerdinR's Newton Abbott Lady 
was bred to his Black Prince (A.K.R. 62) on May 14. 

queen-Black Prince.-Mr. Fred Smith's 
Queen was bred to Mr. A. Clintnn Wilmerding's 
Black Prince (A.K R. 62) on March 31. 

Suwanee-Black Prince.-Mr. A. Clinton 
Wilmerding's Sawanee (A.K.R. 656) was bred to Mr. 
C. McBurney's, formerly Mr. Andrew Laidlaw's, 
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TERRIERS. 
Fox-TBBRiraa. 
Beauty— Briar.— M. E. L. Bailey's Beauty 
(A.K.R. 1806) was bred to his Briar (A.K.R. 1886) on 
April 25. 

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CHEASAPEAKE BAT DOGS. 

Ripple— Rags.— Mr. F. P. Greenough's Ripple 
(A.K.R. 68) whelped nine does on June 1. Color, 
dark sedge. Sired by Geo. Mister's Rags (Foam- 
Ruth). 

COLLIES. 

Fannie— Bobbie. -Messrs. W. Atlee, Burpee & 
Co.'s bitch Fannie (A.K.R. 2822) whelped three dogs 
and two bitches on June 5. Color, black, tan and 
white. Sired by their Bobbie (&.K.R. 2205). 

POINTERS. 
Flirt— Rush HI.— The Knickerbocker Kennel 
Club's Flirt (A.K.R. 1248) whelped nine dogs and six 
bitches on May 31. Color, lemon and white and 
orange and white. Sired by Mr. James Swain's Rush 
UI. (A K.R. 402). 

I*ady Isabel — Knickerbocker. — The 

Knickerbocker Kennel Club's Lady Isabel (A.K.R. 
461) whelped three dogs and four bitches on June 1. 
Color, four liver and white and three lemon and 
white. Sired by Knickerbocker (A.K.R. 19). 

I*ady Flossie— Young Toby.— The Che- 
quasset Kennels' Lady Flossie (A.K.R. 1446) whelped 
three dogs and one bitch on June 21 . Color, fawn, 
jet black points. Sired by their Young Toby (A.K.R. 
47S). 

Toodles— Joe.— Mr. Geo. W. Dixon's Toodles 
(A.K.R. 2147) whelped two bitches (both since dead), 
by Mr. Geo. H. Hill's Joe (A.K.R. 926). 

ST. BERNARDS. 
Rough Coated. 
Sombre— Hermit.— Chequasset Kennels' Som- 
bre (A.K.R, 798) whelped six dogs and ten bitches on 
May 5. Color, deep tawny, white markings, and 
tawny and white. (Ten since dead.) Sired by their 
Hermit (A.K.R. 28). 

Smooth-Coated. 
Brunhild — Hermit.— Chequasset Kennels' 
Brunhild (A.K.R. 28) whelped five dogs and three 
bitches on June 16. Color, rich orange brindle with 
white markings and black facings. Sired by their 
Hermit (A.K.R. 23). 

SPANIELS. 
Field and Cockeu Speniels. 
Nellie Nell-Black Prince.-Mr. Julius 
Fehr's Nellie Nell whelped three dogs and two bitches 
on January 1. Color, three black and two liver. 
Sired by Mr. A. Clinton Wilmerding's Black Prince 
(A.K.R. 62). 

Rose Obo— Young Obo.— Mr. J. B. Robert- 
son's Rose Obo (A.K.R. 1204) whelped four dogs and 
one bitch on June 16. Color, all solid black. Sired 
by Mr. J. P. Willey's Young Obo (A.K.R. 861). 

TERRIERS. 

Bull-Tkrrters. 

Miss Doonie— The Earl.— Messrs. Bailey & 

Lament's Miss Doonie (A.K.R. 2198), whelped one 

dog and four bitches on June 1. Color, white. Sired 

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POINTERS. 
Graphic* champion pointer of England (K. C. 
8. B. 18,866), whelped April 15, 1881, imported May 
6, 1886. Services limited to two approved bitches 
per month till Oct. 1. Fee, including best care at 
kennels and express charges, $100. Address Graphic 
Kennels, Lynch 's Station, Campbell county, Va. 

PUGS. 
Young Toby, pale fawn, jet black points (A. 
K.R. 478), bv Champion Toby (E. 8,742) out of Topsy 
(Champion Comedy— Fuasie). Has won several prises 
in Great Britain, and four firsts and specials in 
America. Sire of Almah, winner of two firsts and 
specials; Tra-la la, winner of two firsts and specials; 
Queen, winner of one first and four specials; Sam, 
winner of second, and many other good ones that 
have not been shown. Fee $20. Apply to Chequas- 
set Kennels, Lancaster, Mass. 

ST. BERNARDS. 
Rough-Coated. 
Hermit, rich tawny, white markings (A.K.R. 28), 
by Rollo (E. 11,764) out of Lady Abbess (E. 10,648). 
Has won two second prizes five firsts, two cham- 
pions and six {specials. Kooig and Kobold, the only 
two of his get yet shown, have won first wherever 
entered, viz.. at New York, Cincinnati and Philadel- 
phia. Fee $40. Apply to Chequasset Kennels, Lan- 
caster, Mass. 

Sale Register. 

TRANSFERS OF STOCK. 

Entry free. Extreme care should be taken to write 
names plainly. Blanks furnished on receipt of ad 
dressed and 1 cent stamped envelope, 

BEAGLES. 

Benny.— Mr. H. W. Marchant (Gloucester, Mass.) 
has purchased Mr. Haven Doe's (Salmon Falls, N. H.) 
dog Benny. 

Bessy— Bunny Puppy.-Mr. W. C. Wright 
(Great Falls, N. H.) has purchased of Mr. Haven Doe 
(Salmon Falls, N. H.)adog puppy, by Bunny (A.K.R. 
1118) out of Bessy (A.K.R. 1117). 
COLLIES. 

Kate.— Mr. J. A. Stevenson (Philadelphia, Pa.) 
ha* purchased Messrs. J. W. Atlee Burpee & Co.'s 
(Philadelphia. Pa.) bitch Kate (A.K.R. 2824). 
ITALIAN GREYHOUNDS. 

Midget.— Mr. Henry C. Burdick (Springfield, 
Moss.) has purchased Mrs. C. A. Derby's (Salem, 
Mass.) dog Midget. 

MASTIFFS. 

Ashmont Dread.— Mr. J. s. Hall (Boston, 
Mass.) has purchased the Ashmont Kennels' (Dor- 
chester. Mass.) dog Ashmont Dread. 

Ashmont Nero.— Mr. P. F. Amidon (Hinsdale, 
N. H.) has purchased the Ashmont Kennels' (Dor- 
chester, Mass.) dog Ashmont Nero. 

Ashmont Princess.— Mr. P. F. Amidon, (Hills- 
dale, N. H.) has purchased the Ashmont Kennels' 
(Dorchester, Mass.) bitch Ashmont Princess. 

Warwick.-Mr. W. W. WitfanelKSt. Louis, Mo.) 
has purchased the Ashmont Kennels' (Dorchester, 
Mass.) dog Warwick. 



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Zara.— Mr. James W. Bullock (Cincinnati, O.) 
has purchased the Ashmont Kennels* (Dorchester, 
Mass ) bitch Zara. 

POINTERS. 

Moonim.— Mrs. Wm. Copcutt (Tonken, N. T.) 
has been presented by Mr. J. M. Blooinfleld (New 
York city) with the dog Moonim. 

Daisy Murdock.— Mr. O. L. Wilms (Jersey 
•City. N. J.) has purchased Dr. G. R. Rasbach's bitch 
Daisy Murdock (A.K.R. 1783). 

PUGS. 
May.— Mr. Geo. Schaffner (Detroit, Mich) has 
purchased Mr. George Gillivan's (West Jefferson) 
bitch May. 

Trinket.— Dr. D. A. Goodwin, Jr. (Newburyport, 
Mass.) has purchased the Chequasset Kennels' (Lan- 
caster, Mass.) bitch Trinket (Young Toby— Tan- 
trums). 

ST. BERNARDS. 

ROUGH-COATKD. 

Sheila.— Mr. K. E. Hopf (Hospice Kennels, 
Newark, N. J ) has purchased the Alpine Kennels' 
<Mt. Vernon, N. Y.) bitch Shell* (A.K.R. 796). 

Smooth -Coated. 
Essex.— The Essex Kennels (Andover,Mass.) have 
purchased Mr. H. C. Whitney's (Sew York city) dog 
Essex (A.KR. 981). 

SETTERS. 
English Setters. 
Lady Bright.— The Forest Hill Kennels (Ban 

Sr, Me.) have purchased Mr. M. H. Dailey's bitch 
dy Bright, by Rink II. (Rink— Mollie) out of Aida 
<Warwick— Belle). 

Gordon Settebs. 

Lady Moore H.— Mr. C. F. Kent (Monticello, 
N. Y.)has purchased Mr. R. H. Meachem's (New 
Haven, Conu.) Gordon setter bitch Lady Moore II. 
(A.K.R. 2175). 

Irish Setters. 

Ashmont Nora.— Mr, Dwight Holbrook (Clin- 
ton, Conn.) has purchased the Ashmont Kennels' 
(Dorchester, Mass.) bitch Ashmont Nora. 

Bisorah.— Mr. G. W. Parkinson (Middlebury, 
Conn.) has purchased the Ashmont Kennels' bitch 
Bizorah (A.KR. 1888). 

Lyda Belle-Nimrod Puppy .-Mr. S. T. 
Buggies (Circle ville, C.)has purchased of the Ash- 
mont Kennels (Dorchester, Mass.) a puppy, whelped 
March 3, by Nimrod (A.K.R. 681) out of Lyda Belle 
(AX R. 636). 

Nimrod.— Mr. W. D. Ferrin (Hinsdale, N. H.) has 

Surchased the Ashmont Kennels' (Dorchester, Mass.) 
og Nimrod (A.K.R. 681). 

Sweetheart.— Mr. Thomas J. Allen (Philadel- 
phia, Pa.) has purchased the Ashmont Kennels' 
(Dorchester, Mass.) bitch Sweetheart (A.K.R. 299). 

TERRIERS. 
Skte Terriers. 
Clarence.— Mr. H. E. Smith (MiddletOwn, Conn.) 
has purchased Mr. E. L. Bailey's (Pittsfleld, Mass.) 
dog Clarence. 

ON SALE. 



Entry fee (50 cents for tS words or less, additional 
words 5 cents each) must accompany entry. Extreme 
care should be taken to write names plainly. Blanks 
furnished on receipt of addressed and 1 cent stamped 
envelope. 

POINTERS. 
Tillie (A.K.R. 1789).— Lemon and white, 8 years; 
vhc, Philadelphia, 1884. Address Lawrence Timp- 
son, Maizeland, Red Hook, N. Y. 



PUGS. 
Toodles (A.KR. 2147).— Imported pug bitch, 10 

Sounds, fine black points, ears, good carriage, 
ouble curl and black toe nails; 18 months old; 
fine, stocky, house-broken, playful, and a fine pet 
for children. Address Geo. W. Dixon, Box 188, 

Worcester, Mass. 

TERRIERS. 

Irish Terriers. 

Moya.— Red, 7 months; by Slasher out of Sheila ; 

a capital little bitch for showing, breeding and 

work. Address Lawrence Timpson, Maizeland, Red 

Hook, N. Y. 



Corrections. 



AU persons are urged to use extreme care to write 
plainly. Entries must be made on the blanks fur- 
nished for the purpose. Subscribers should note the 
corrections against the original entry. 

1948.— Dam should be Magnet, by Rock (E. 4,280) 
out of Lillywhitp, by Fred II. (iTed I —Belle n.) out 
of Jones's Sal (E. 1,557), by Withington's Frank out 
of Flash (K. 1,499), by The Jester (E 1,449) out of 
Madge. 

2348.— Conntess Moll, by Dan out of Countess. 
2394.— Owner's name is Miss Rebekah Owen. 
2402.— Should have been classified as a mastiff. 
2420*— In pedigree of Dash m. read by Laver- 
erack's Dash II. out of E. Armstrong's Kate. 

Cincinnati Show Awards.— Addie 8 (A.KR. 2292) 
was very highly commended. The name Addle B. 
was a catalogue error. 

Nesta— Eclipse litter (collies), registered last 
month, were whelped May 18, not May 20. 



DEATHS. 
1366. Daye.— Corebro spinal meningitis. 
1377. Pilot.— Distemper. 
1601. Ned.— Nervous prostration. 
1695. Oretchen H.— Distemper. 
2302. Music. -Diarrhoea. 
2342. Queen.-Chorea. 

Great Danes vs. German Mastiffs. 

Editor American Kennel Register: 

I cannot allow myself to be "polished off" 
quite so easily. I agree with you that uni- 
formity is desirable, but is it desirable to such 
an extent that you sacrifice correctness in order 
to attain it? Because the English call a breed 
by a wrong name, must we do the same? Are 
we bound to follow our cousins wherever they 
lead us to — even if we know they are wrong- 
in order to secure uniformity? 1 cannot believe 
that such is your position. I presume you still 
consider the name "Great Dane" appropriate, 
but that if you should be convinced that it is 
wrong and misleading, you will change it. If 
you will admit that much I shall be satisfied, 
for I believe my assertion that the proper 
name of the breed is German mastiff and not 
Great Pane can be proven without much 
trouble. 

Without going into details now, allow me to 
quote a few lines from a letter I received a few 
days ago from Mr. Gustav Lang, of Stuttgart, 
a well-Known authority on the breed, and who 
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portance in Germany and Austria. He writes 
me: 

"There is no Danish mastiff or Great Dane in 
existence that is worthy of attention. The. 
breed has long been allowed to run down in 
Denmark. The dog called Great Dane in Eng* 
land is our German mastiff, a product of 
Germany, bred nowhere but in Germany, 
brought forward by Germans and should 1 be 
known by no other name. They are and always 
have been bred in Germany, more especially in 
Wurtemberg. and every single one of the dogs 
that have received any attention in England 
has been imported from Wurtemberg, and I 
now hope that Americans will not allow the 
English to dictate to them in thia matter but give 
the child its proper name, or rather will not 
help robbing it of its name. Englishmen! meet 
generally speak of Americans as of babies, but 
I think they cut their eye teeth long ago." 

Geo. Von Skal. 

New Yobk. 

[As soon as the Great Dane club changes its 
name to German Mastiff club we will register 
these dogs accordingly. The unimportance of 
the matter is evidenced by our having but one 
dog of the breed to register in two years.— Ed.] 



American Kennel Club. 

FOLLOWING is the text of the new consti- 
tution and by-laws adopted by the A. K. 
C. at the last meeting at Philadelphia: 

CONSTITUTION. 

ARTICLE L 

The name of this organization shall be 'The 
American Kennel Club." 

ARTICLE IL 

The object of this Association shall be to se- 
cure uniformity in rules governing bench shows 
and field trials, the revision of standards, the 
decision of appeals which may be taken from 
the decisions of managers of bench shows or 
field trials held by members of this Associa- 
tion, and the preparation and enforcement of 
rules and regulations necessary for the punish- 
ment of all cases of improper conduct on the 
part of managers, judges and exhibitors at any 
bench show or field trial by members of this 
Association; also to adopt and maintain such 
measures as shall tend to the mutual benefit 
and protection of its several members. 
article m. 

Section 1. All regularly organized clubs or 
association in the United States and British 
American Provinces, under whose auspices 
bench shows or field trials have been held, or 
which shall be formed wholly for the purpose 
of holding bench shows or field trials, are elig- 
ible to membership. 

Sec. 2. All clubs or associations forming this 
Associations shall annually appoint or elect 
one delegate to the National Association, whose 
election shall be certified to in writing by the 
Secretary of the club or association which he 
represents, which certificate shall be delivered 
to the Secretary of the National Association at 
its regular meeting. A person to be eligible to 
act as delegate or proxy for a club or associa- 
tion, whose regularly elected member or rep- 
resentative is absent, must be a member of a 
club, one of the members of this Association, 



but in no case shall any delegate act as proxy 
for more than one other member of this or- 
ganization. 

article rv. 
The officers of this Association shall be a 
President, First Vice-President, Second Vice- 
President, Secretary, Treasurer, and an Ex- 
ecutive Committee consisting of one delegate 
for each club, members of this Association. The 
President, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer 
shall be elected annually by ballot by the dele- 
gated members of this Association. Officers of 
the American Kennel Club shall not be privi- 
leged to vote upon business before the Execu- 
tive Committee, unless regularly elected dele- 
gates from their clubs except the President, 
who shall have the casting vote in case of a tie. 
Provided that all organizations, members of 
this Association, that ao not hold bench shows 
or field trials within two years, dating from 
Jan. 1, 1885, or actual date of their admission, 
shall not have representatives in Executive 
Committee meetings, nor its members be elig- 
ible to office. Upon holding a bench show or 
field trial the usual representatives shall be 
allowed. 

article v. 

The President, First Vice-President, Second 
Vice-President, Secretary and Treasurer shall 
be elected at the annual meeting, and shall 
hold office until the next annual meeting or un- 
til their successors are elected. Each of the 
officers shall be, at the time of their election, 
regular members in good standing of a club one 
of the members of this Association, and shall 
serve without compensation. 
article VI. 

The President shall preside at all meetings of 
the Association. He shall have power to call a 
special meeting at any time when the interests 
of the Association require. The Vice-Presi- 
dents, in the order of their election, shall, in the 
absence of the President, preside at meetings of 
this Association. 

ARTICLE VIZ. 

The Secretary shall keep records of all meet- 
ing, of the Association, make all calls for meet- 
ings, take charge of and keep a roll of member- 
ship, of all papers belonging to the Association, 
and do any other business proper for his office, 
or directed by the Executive Committee. 

ARTICLE VIII. 

The Treasurer shall receive all moneys belong- 
ing to the Association, and disburse same under 
the approval of the Executive Committee. 

ARTICLE IX. 

Section 1. The Executive Committee shall 
conduct all the business of the Association, de- 
cide all disputes, arbitrate upon all matters 
affecting the welfare of the several clubs form- 
ing this Association, and make such rules and 
regulations as may be considered advisable for 
the advancement of the interests of dogs, dog 
shows and field trials. 

Sec. 1. All vacancies in the offices of the As- 
sociation may be filled by the Executive Com- 
mittee until the next annual meeting. The 
Executive Committee may assess the members 
of this Association in such sums as are neces- 
sary to defray its expenses. A club failing to 
pay said assessment within sixty days shall for- 
feit representation. 



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ARTICLE X. 

Sec. 1. The annual meeting of this Associa- 
tion shall be in the spring of each year. The 
time and place of meeting to be selected by the 
Executive Committee, and notice sent by the 
Secretary to the secretaries of the several clubs 
forming this Association at least three weeks 
prior to said meeting. 

Sec. 2. The President shall, on a written re- 
quest of a majority of the -members of the Ex- 
ecutive Committee, call a special meeting. The 
notice for such meeting shall specify the par- 
ticular purpose for which said meeting was 
called, and said meeting shall not consider or 
take action upon any matter other than that 
specified in said notice. The Executive Com- 
mittee may conduct its business by correspond- 
ence among its members without assembling, 
under rules and regulations hereinafter pro- 
vided. 

Sec. 3. At any regular or special meeting of 
this Association, five members in person snail 
constitute a quorum. 

Sec. 4. Clubs eligible to membership must be 
proposed by a member of the Executive Com- 
mittee and elected by that committee. Three 
negatives shall exclude the applicant. The 
election shall be by ballot. 

ARTICLE XI. 

This Constitution may be revised or amended 
at any annual or special meeting of the Associ- 
ation by a two-thirds vote or. the members of 
the Association, but no such amendment shall 
be considered unless the same shall have been 
properly submitted to the members of the As- 
sociation at least two weeks prior to such meet- 
ing, except by unanimous consent. 



BY-LAWS. 

SECTION 1. 

The following order of business shall be ob- 
served at all meetings of this Association. 

1. Roll call 

2. Reading of minutes of previous meetings. 

3. Secretary's report. 

4. Treasurer's report. 

5. Report of standing committees. 

6. Report of special committees. 
17. Unfinished business. 

8. Election of officers. 

9. New business. 
10. Adjournment. 

section 2. 

The Executive Committee shall appoint from 
it members a Committee on Credentials, whose 
duties shall be to investigate the qualifications 
of all candidates for membership and report 
same to Executive Committee. They shall ap- 
point from their own number a Committee on 
Discipline, whose duties shall be to investigat- 
all complaints and protests which may be made 
to the Association, and report their finding, with 
such recommendations as they deem proper, to 
the Executive Committee. They shall appoint 
such committees as they find necessary to revise 
and adopt standards for all breeds of dogs, and 
ajl other committees desirable for the promo- 
tion and general welfare of the interests of this 
Association. 

section 3. 

In all business of the Executive Committee 
conducted by correspondence, the proposer or 



initiator of any resolution or other business 
shall deliver to the Secretary of the Associa- 
tion a written statement of 'the resolution or 
other business, which he desires to have con- 
sidered by the Committee, together with as 
many copies thereof as there are members of 
the Executive Committee. The Secretary shall 
at once deliver to each member of the Com- 
mittee one copy thereof, accompanied by a no- 
tice that said members shall within one month 
return the same with a written approval, dis- 
approval, or amendment. In case of amend- 
ment, the proposer shall fill all the require- 
ments necessary to the original proposition, 
and the Secretary shall also serve the different 
members with certified copies thereof. Upon 
the expiration of the period provided for in 
said notices, the Secretary shall deliver to the 
President the entire correspondence, with de- 
tailed report of all connecting proceedings, and 
the President shall make a ruling in accord- 
ance with said correspondence, and notify the 
Secretary, who shall in turn notify each mem- 
ber, giving the result of the vote and the man- 
ner in which each club voted. If necessary, 
the President shall direct further correspond- 
ence or advise the call of a special meeting 
to consider the subject. The Secretary shall 
enter upon his minutes full report of such pro- 
ceedings. 

RULES AND REGULATIONS. 

1. The term "dog" where used in these rules 
is general in its application. 

2. All dogs entered for competition or exhib- 
ition, only shall be entered in the name of the 
bona fide owner. Such entry must be identi- 
fied by the name of the dog, its date of birth, 
and if known, the name of its sire, dam and 
breeder ; otherwise it must be entered "pedigree 
unknown." If the name of a dog which has won 
a first prize has been changed, its name at time 
of winning any and every such prize, and the 
place thereof, must be given. 

3. If a dog is entered without being identified, 
as directed in Rule 2, it shall be disqualified 
from competition. 

4. Puppies may be entered in the grown 
classes in addition to the puppy class by the 
payment of an extra entrance fee. 

5. A prize won in a puppy class does not 
count as a win under the champion rule. 

6. Dogs to be eligible for special prizes must 
in all cases be entered in their regular classes, 
and no dog eligible for special prizes can be 
withdrawn from competition, unless it has 
been stated on entry blanks, "Will not compete 
for special prizes." Stud dogs and brood 
bitches, with their progeny, may compete for 
such special prizes as may be offered, but the 
progeny must be entered in regular classes. 

7. A dog to compete in the champion class 
must have won three first prizes at bench shows 
given under the auspices of clubs members of 
this Association. A dog having won three first 
prizes as above, cannot compete in an open 
class when there is a champion class for its 
kind, but must compete in such champion class. 

8. Any dog entered in a champion class must 
have stated on its entry blank at least three 
winnings, with the date of each, to show that 
it is eligible to such class. 

9. In estimating the number of prizes a dog 
has won, with reference to whether it should 



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compete in Champion Class or not, the number 
of prizes won shall be calculated up to 12 
o'clock noon of the day previous to the day of 
closing entries for the show. 

10. Dogs that have won in a Champion Class 
shall be continued in said class. 

11. A dog affected by mange or other con- 
tagious disease must be disqualified from com- 
peting, and be removed from the show. A 
competent person shall be appointed by the 
managers to pass judgment as to the disease of 
dogs. 

12. The judge may withhold such prizes as 
his judgment may dictate. 

18. In miscellaneous classes judges will award 

Srizes only to dogs of a recognized breed, that 
ave no regular classes assigned. Dogs that 
have a regular class provided for them will not 
be allowed to compete in the Miscellaneous 
Class. 

14. Dogs that have been erroneously entered 
may be transferred by the judge to their 
proper classes. If such classes nave been 
judged, they shall not be reopened. 

15. The decision of the judges shall be final 
in all cases, except where mistake, fraud, mis- 
representation, or collusion can be shown. In 
such cases the managers, or such referee as 
they may appoint, must decide all cases, and 
the dog mustbe re- judged. 

16. All protests and charges must be made in 
writing, and be delivered: to the Secretary as 
soon as practicable. 

17. Any person guilty of misconduct, or has 
been guilty of misconduct, in any way in con- 
nection with dogs, dog shows, or field trials, 
may, in the discretion of the managers, be dis- 
qualified from exhibition or competition at 
these shows. Such disqualification shall be re- 
cognized by all the members of this Association, 
until the person or persons disqualified shall 
appeal to, and the case has been decided by the 
Executive Committee. The disqualification of 
the owners will apply to all dogs connected in 
the perpetration of the fraud. 

18. A castrated dog or spayed bitch shall be 
disqualified from competing, or from receiving 
a prize if awarded. Total or partial blindness 
shall have great weight against a dog. 

19. All clubs shall reserve the right to exclude 
or remove from the show such dogs as it may 
deem proper or necessary. 

20. Each member of the Association shall ap- 
point their judges, arrange prize lists, form of 
catalogues, assume its own financial responsi- 
bility, and arrange such other details as may 
properly come under its individual manage- 
ment. 

21. Other rules and regulations not inconsis- 
tent with the Constitution and By-Laws, may 
be adopted by the members of this Association 
for titie government of their shows. 



J. A. Nickerson, Boston, Mass., and James 
Mortimer, Babylon, L. L 

Deerhounds— J. K. Thayer, Lancaster, Mass. , 
Edward Kelley, New York, and Dr. Van Hum- 
mel, Denver, CoL 

Greyhounds— H. W. Smith, Worcester, Mass. ; 
EL W. Huntington, Brooklyn, N. Y., and J. R. 
Pierson, Buckingham, Pa. 

~ ~" " Lexing- 

and 



THE STANDARD COMMITTEES. 

Following is a list of the committees appoint- 
ed to consider the standards to be adopted at 
shows held under American Kennel Club rules: 

Mastiffs— E. W. Dudley, Camden, N. J. ; Her- 
bert Mead, Lake Waccabuc, N. Y., and W. 
Wade, Pittsburg, Pa. 

St. Bernards— A. W. Pope, Boston, Mass.; 
Rodney Benson, New York, and J. P. Haines, 
Tom's River, N. J. 

Newfoundlands— J. F. Kirk, Toronto, Ont. ; 



Irish Setters— Dr. Wm. Jarvis, Claremont, N. 
H. ; W. N. Callender, Albany, N. Y., and C. H. 
Turner, St. Louis, Ma 

Gordon Setters— Harry Malcolm, Baltimore, 
McL: Jerome Marble, Worcester, Mass., and C. 
F. Keys, Washington, D. C. 

Black and Tan Setters— H. C. Glover, New 
York, and Jean Grosvenor, Boston, Mass. 

Pointers— E. C. Sterling, St. Louis, Mo. ; R 
F. Stoddard, Dayton, O., and R. C. Cornell, 
New York. 

Irish Water Spaniels— John D. Olcott, Mil- 
waukee, Wis. ; T. O. Donoghue, La Salle, HL, 
and J. F. Kirk, Toronto, Ont. 

Cocker Spanisls— G. W. Leavitt, Boston, 
Mass. ; A. T. Laidlaw, Woodstock, Ont., and J. 
P. Willey, Salmon Falls, N. H. 

Chesapeake Bay Dogs— J. T. Norris and 
Harry Malcolm, Baltimore, Md. 

Foxhounds and Harriers -Dr. L. H. Twad- 
dell, West Philadelphia, Pa.; Hon. John S. 
Wise, Richmond, Va., and J. A. Stovell, Phil- 
adelphia, Pa. 

Beagles— A. C. Krueeer, Wrightsville.Pa.; C. 
F. Kent, Monticello, X Y., and W. H. Ash- 
burner, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Dachshunde— Dr. L. H. TwaddeU, West 
Philadelphia, Pa. ; John H. Naylor, Chicago, 
HL, and H. L. Goodman, Auburn, 111. 

Fox-Terriers— W. Rutherford, New York; 
J. E. Thayer, Boston, Mass., and Edward 
Keller, New York. 

Collies— Thos. H. Terry, New York; Martin 
Dennis, Newark, N. J. ; A. S. Apgar,New York. 

Bulldogs— J. E. Thayer, Lancaster, Mass. ; R. 
Livingston, New York, and R. H. Barlow, 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Bull-Terriers — E. S. Porter, New Haven, 
Conn.; Jas. Mortimer, Babylon, L. l.,andR. 
Livingston, New York. 

Black and Tan Terriers— Dr. M. H. Cryer, 
Philadelphia, Pa. ; S. Coulson, Montreal, Can., 
and J. F. Scholes, Toronto, Ont. 

Bedlington Terriers— J. F. Kirk, W. S. Jack- 
son and J. F. Scholes, Toronto, Ont. 

Irish Terriers— L. Timpson, Red Hook, N. Y. ; 
Dr. J. S. Niven, London, Ont, and James Lind- 
say, Jersey City, N. J. 

Skye Terriers— R. H. Barlow, Philadelphia, 
Pa. ; W. P. Sanderson, Philadelphia, Pa., and 
James Mortimer, Babylon, L. I. 

Hard-haired Scotch, Yorkshire, Toy, Broken- 
haired and other Terriers, Italian Greyhounds, 
Japanese, King Charles, Blenheim and other 
8paniels-J. EL Naylor, Chicago, DL: James 
Mortimer, Babylon, L. I., and J. F. Kirk, To 
ronto, Ont. 

Pugs— Dr. M. H. Cryer, Philadelphia, Pa.; H. 
L. Goodman, Auburn, I1L, and W. R. Knight, 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Poodles-— John G. Heckscher, New York; J 
F. Kirk, Toronto, Ont., and James Mortimer, 
Babylon, L. I. 



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The English Mastiff. 

BY M. B. WYNN. 

Part VIII. 

IN 1820 or 1821, John Crabtree crossed Duch- 
ess (the mastiff he had caught in the trap) 
with Mr. Holdworth's brindle Lion (which I 
mentioned in my last part). From this alliance 
came a litter, among which was Bet, who be 

gave to Mrs. Brewer of the Three Nuns public 
ouse, Kirklees. The quaint old sign still 
exists, and I have spent several happy hours 
inside it at different times, not worshiping 
Bacchus by imbibing ''inspiring bold John 
Barleycorn," but feeding Mnemosyne. Hear- 
ing of many "a touzie tyke, black, grim and 
large/ 7 listening to John Crabtree and James 
Thompson talking oyer their mastiffs, making 
notes, elucidating and compiling the pedigrees. 
A dog puppy of the same litter as Mrs. Brewer's 
Bet, Crabtree gave to Mr. Gibson of the Wood- 
man Inn, Bradley, Yorkshire, Gibson being a 
sort of watcher for the Kirklees keepers. In 
1823, Crabtree mated Mrs. Brewer's Bet with 
Tiger, the property of Cbas. Waterton, the 
noted naturalist, then living at Walton Hall 
near Sandel. Tiger was purchased in Ireland. 
He was an up-standing animal, bob-tailed and 
cropped-eared, standing over thirty-four inches 
at shoulders, and had much of the boarhound, 
t. e.. Great Dane, in his appearance, according 
to Crabtree, who knew nothing of the dog's 
pedigree or antecedents, and it is very possible 
that he was a descendant of some of the Great 
Danes kept by Lord Altamont, and erroneously 
designated Irish wolfhounds by some. How- 
ever, from Waterton's Tiger and Mrs. Brewer's 
Bet among others was Venns, a fawn, who 
Crabtree sent to his brother Henry, who was 
then keeper for Sir E. Dodsworth, Bart., of 
Newland Park, near Normanton, Yorkshire. 
Another puppy, also a fawn, and called Tiny, 
was kept by a Mrs. Scott. 

Henry Crabtree's, or as she is sometimes 
styled, Sir E. Dodsworth's Venus, was crossed 
with Lion, a fawn-colorod dog, the property of 
the Wynns of Nostal Priory, who was of Com- 
missioner Thompson's strain. John Crabtree 
had a puppy back from this cross called either 
Venus" or Duchess— his memory would never 
serve him to remember which, and conse- 
quently her name thus stands in the stud books 
—she was a fawn-colored animal. Mrs. Scott's 
fawn Tiny was crossed with Gibson's Nero, a 
dog regularly used on the Kirklees estate for 
keeper's work, and from this cross John kept a 
puppy known as Sir George Armitage's Old 
Tiger, a fawn with a white race. It is worthy 
of notice that this was a cross between uncle 
and niece and produced a dog with the while 
face, inbreeding in this instance appearing to 
bring it out, for the parents and grandparents 
had been free from it. In 182& Dora was 
whelped. She was by white-faced Tiger out of 
Duchess alias Venus. It will be seen by glanc- 
ing at her pedigree, she was inbred especially 
to Holdswortlrs Lion and Waterton's Tiger, 
following the latter in color. Crabtree let J. 
W. Thompson have Dora, when the latter 
started breeding between 1830 and 1883. After 
that date Crabtree replenished his kennel gen- 
erally with puppies of Thompson's breeding, 
although in after years, when Thompson with- 
drew for a time, he kept the breed from becom • 
ing extint. Strangely enough, the last mastiff 



he owned was one I bred and gave to J. W. 
Thompson, at whose death it was purchased by 
Sir Geo. Armytage, and the last time I visited 
Kirklees (in 1882) old John was dead, and the 
old dog was the only remaining link to remind 
me of my two old friends. He was chained 
under a splendid oak tree close to the hall. The 
housekeeper, who kindly came out in answer 
to our ring at the bell, begged me not to go 
near him lest he should bite, but being anxious 
to examine his mouth, and relying on the gen- 
erous disposition of the breed, I fearlessly went 
up and patted him, although he could not have 
recollected me, being a mere puppy of some 
two months old when he left my kenneL He 
was a long-bodied, white-faced specimen, but 
not quite up to my standard about the head. 

It will be seen John Crabtree's personal 
efforts as a breeder were displayed between 
1820 and 1890, after which his strain was kept 
up and improved much through the talent and 
fancy of J. W. Thompson. As a breeder Crab- 
tree had not the advantages of more recent 
times, no shows at which he could see better 
specimens than his own, or at least specimens 
superior in some points to what his own breed 
were; he had not the advantages of emulation, 
aroused by fellow competitors, whose critical 
eyes could detect and mention faults; no ideal 
or standard to breed up to beyond what his 
own judgment might suggest, and his suc- 
cesses depended upon a good natural judgment 
and by taking advantage of obtaining a cross 
at any time when he saw a specimen that took 
his fancy. Holdsworth's Lion for head and 
general character, fortunately a pure bred dog 
on his sire's side nnd an impressive sire. Water- 
ton's Tiger for size. John Crabtree, however, 
was no mere ignorant keeper. Constantly mix- 
ing among real gentlemen, who came to visit 
Kirklees during the shooting season, also fairly 
read in sporting matters, he understood what 
dogs were and should be as well as any man of 
bis date. 

While Mr. Wyckham was tenant at Kirklees 
he had two Alpine mastiffs brought over to him 
in 1825 from Switzerland. Thus John had the 
opportunity of comparing the Alpine with the 
English mastiff, but was not at all favorably 
impressed with the "big, loose-jointed, badly 
made foreigners," as he used to term them. In 
later years Crabtree was not roused to emula- 
tion either by Mr. Thompson's or descendants of 
his dogs winning at shows as they sprung up. 
With, to a certain extent, limited means, John 
bred nis mastiffs for keeper's work— muscular 
power and activity was his ideal, combined 
with a vast bead, but such points as squareness 
of muzzle or penaulosity of lip he had no idea of 
cultivating . He castrated Bully, the best headed 
and best all round specimen he said he ever 
owned, simply because he was a little trouble- 
some at the Hall. He seemed to have no idea 
of again resorting to the Trentham kennel for 
a cross, although he considered it was due to 
Acroyd's Dan, who came from Trentham, that 
the breed was so much improved in Bully and 
his descendants. In later years the Kirklees 
mastiffs became somewhat small, and his dogs, 
although short in head and very small in ear, 
very muscular and high bred in appearance, 
yet were somewhat pointed in muzzle and 
weak in jaw, defects he admitted at once on 
seeing my champion Empress 2872, who, he 
nevertheless said:, was not full enough in the 



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skull to his liking. John Crabtree may justly 
be looked upon as a sustainer or conservator 
of the English mastiff rather than a restorer or 
talented or enthusiastic breeder. His idea 
was to keep and breed the real thing on which 
he prided himself, never having introduced the 
bulldog cross, and any appearance of houndi- 
ness or the St. Bernard cross he would have 
none of. 

James Wiggleworth Thompson commenced 
mastiff breeding between 1830 and 1832, as near 
as can be ascertained. He was born, accord- 
ing to his own statement, in 1818, but those that 
knew him state it was several years previous. 
He died April 15, 1875. He had a weakness to 
try to conceal his age, but was constantly un- 
intentionally revealing in conversation cogni- 
zance of events that showed he was older than 
he wished people to think. This reservation 
on his part as to his real age was the cause of 
rather shrouding the dates of his earlier oper- 
ations in obscurity. However, he informed me 
he was quite a lad, only about fourteen years 
of age, and then living with his widow mother, 
when he first started Keeping mastiffs, procur- 
ing Juno from seeing an advertisement of Bill 
George's, and it is certain that this Juno was 
the first mastiff he ever owned. She was a 
brindle, but her pedigree and antecedents were 
unknown to Thompson, who crossed her with 
a dog named Tiger, belonging to a Captain Fen- 
ton, and got Hector from the alliance, who, he 
informed me. was the grandest-headed speci- 
men he ever bred. 

It was singular enough that Mr. Thompson 
should procure Hector's dam from Bill George 
and then give their lineal descendant, Tiger (so 
noted for his grand head), to Bill George; but 
Mr. Thompson informed me that Bill George 
had always behaved very straightforwardly in 
all his dealings with him (the character he 
seems to have obtained from all who dealt with 
him), and not caring to keep Tiger himself, as 
he was somewhat crippled and crooked in his 
legs through having fallen into a tan pit and 
getting nearly drowned as a puppy, he made 
George a present of him. 

About tine same time he procured Dorah, who 
was born in 1826 for certain, but getting aged 
when she came into Mr. Thompson's possession. 
He mated her with Tiger, the dog belonging to 
Captain Fenton, then quartered in Halifax for 
a snort time. This Tiger was a fawn with very 
blac^ ears and a most tppical animal according 
to Mr. Thompson's account, but with rather 
full and peculiar eyes, which I elicited quite 
accidentally in 1874 about, when one day look- 
ing at Branch (bred by Mr. Thompson but then 
my property, he having pressed me to accept 
that splendid but somewhat small mastiff) I 
asked him to what dog he attributed her full 
and peculiar eyes to have been inherited from. 
After thinking a few seconds he replied he 
could trace them back to Fenton's Tiger, who 
had the same somewhat peculiar look. The 
pedigree and breed of that dog Mr. Thompson 
knew nothing about, never having troubled to 
inquire at the time. I may here point out, as 
it snows the incorrectness of the idea some have, 
that the mastiff has been so much improved by 
modern cultivation, t. e., by Mr. Lukey and 
subsequent breeders, that Mr. Thompson him- 
self considered Hector, by Captain Fenton's 
Tiger, as the grandest-headed dog he had 
ever bred, also one of the largest, although 



he bred Bill George's Tiger (notedly the best- 
headed dog of his day, and his son. Barn- 
ford's Wolf, whose head has perhaps never 
been surpassed), also Cautley's Quaker, who 
beat anything Mr. Lukey could bring against 
him and' was termed the champion of England. 
Countess also, the very best show specimen Mr. 
Lukey ever bred (except Beauty, by Old King, 
and closely descended from Qu&ker) was out 
of a bitch bred by Mr. Thompson. Still tbat 
great breeder considered Hector superior to 
any of them. This shows tbat the English 
mastiff has not been so much improved as some 
people ignorantly think. The breed has simply 
been recuscitateA, and in some instances froin 
very doubtful blood, as I purpose exposing. 
For several reasons I have tried to trace Cap- 
tain Fenton out, but have failed hitherto and 
fear he will have been dead long since, as it 
must have been between 1830 and 1833 that he 
was at Halifax, but it is quite possible some of 
his brother officers may still be living and re- 
member and know something about his mastiff 
Tiger. One circumstance that fixes the date 
of Mr. Thompson's commencement nearer to 
1830 than 18SE8, is the fact that he had a Utter 
out of Dorah (born 1826), bv Hector, the son of 
Fenton's Tiger and Juno from Bill George's. 
Subsequently to this Mr. Thompson purchased 
Cymha, a fawn mastiff, from a gentleman in 
Surrey, but he never asked for her pedigree. 

On the advice of Mr. Statham, V.S., of Derby 
(who was then a breeder of Mr. Edges's noted 
strain of pointers), Mr. Thompson sent Dorah 
to Sir Robert Wilmot's fawn mastiff, named 
Lion, according to Mr. Statham's account the 
finest mastiff ne had ever seen, and a dog of 
great size. Thompson gave John Crabtree a 

{nippy out of this Utter, which was subsequent- 
y named Bess. From Dorah and Capt. Fen- 
ton's Tiger came Lion, a dog kept at Arthring- 
ton Hall, and from that dog out of Cymba came 
Mr. Thornton's Juno. All these mastiffs were 
bred previous to 1849, in which year Mr. Thomp- 
son went to see, for the first time, the kennel 
of his rival breeder, Mr. Lukey, tnen of Mor- 
den, and there saw Nero, Boxer, Lion, Bruce, 
and about fifteen or twenty female specimens. 
Mr. Thompson then selected and purchased a 
dark brindle puppy, which he named Bruce, 
after his sire, being one of the same litter as 
Mr. Lukey 's blue brindle Bruce II. Mr. Thomp- 
son returned the dog to Mr. Lukey when about 
twelve months old, having bred from him at 
ten months old, he informed me. It is there- 
fore evident Dr. Ellis's lion, son of this Bruce 
and Thompson's Juno, was bred in 1850 or 1851. 



Eastern Field Trials Derby Entries. 



N. Rowe's Peg III., blue belron bitch, May 2, by 
Cambridge out of Marchioness Peg. 

N. Rowe's Pegpeep. blu* belton bitch, May 2, by 
Cam bridge out of Marchioness Peg. 

N. Rowe's Pegfly, black, white and tan bitch, May 
2, by Cambridge out of Marchioness Peg. 

N. Rowe's Pegjim, blue belton dog, May 2, by 
Cambridge out of Biarchioness Peg. 

N. Rowe's Pebrid, blue belton dog, May 2, by Cam- 
bridge out of Marchioness Peg. 

Wm. Davidson's Ontario Lurey, black, white and 
tan bitch, July 18, bv Dashing Berwyn out of Romp. 

Wm. Langdon'8 King Druid, black and white dog, 
June 26, by l)ruid out of Nell. 

W. T. Mitchell's Grouse III., red dog, Feb. 22, by 
Grouse II. out of Colleen Rhue. 



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J. M. Avent's Logan, orange and white bitch, 1884, 
bv Lightning out of Kate. 

*L. Shuster's Sharpleas. blue belton dog, July 12, by 
Gladstone out of Coomaasie. 

Bancocas Kennels' Storm Petrel, black, white and 
tan dog, July 35, by Don Juan out of Petrel. 

Rancocas Kennels* Dame Petrel, black, white and 
tan bitch, July 25, by Don Juan our, of Petrel 

C. DuBois Wagstaff's Regent, black and white dog, 
March 29. by Bruce out of Lorna Doone. 

P. H. &■ D. Bryson's Nannie Gladstone, lemon 
belton bitch, April 10, by Gladstone out of Sue. 

P. H. & D. bryson's Dan Gladstone, black, white 
and tan dog, Nov. 15, by Gladstone out of Sue. 

Memphis & J M. Avent Kennels' Sue Gladstone, 
black, white and tan bitch. April 10, by Gladstone 
out of Rue. 

Memphis & J. M. Avent Kennels' Joe Noble, tri-col- 
ored dog, Feb. 27, by Count Noble out of Countess A. 

Memphis & J. M. Avent Kennels' Glad, tri-colored 
dog, July 8, by Gladstone out of Bessie A. 

Memphis & J. M. Avent Kennels' Canady Peg, tri- 
colored bitch, May 3, by Cambridge out of Marchioness 
Peg. 

.fas. T. Walker's Glenclaire, red dog, April 10, by 
Glencho out of Claire. 

E. H. Height's Belle, black and tan bitch, January, 
by Dan out of a native bitch. 

J. L. Young's Grover Cleveland, lemon and white 
dog. May 28, by Gladstone out of Nellie. 

J. L. Young's Jim Blaine, black and white dog, 
May 28, by Gladstone out of Nellie. 

James verner's Nobe, tri-colored dog, Feb. 28, by 
Count Noble out of Hasel. 

E Gray's Count Knowles, tri-colored dog, March 
18, by Count Noble out of Rosa Lee. 

Howard Hartley's American Gaily, lemon and 
white bitch, Juue 16. by Royal Ranger out of Gaily. 

W. H Parsons's Carlotta, tri colored bitch, Jan. 1, 
by Lightning out of Dca Royal. 

F. E. Lewis's Fairy King, orange and white dog, 
Aug. 8. by Foreman out of Jessie. 

F. E. Lewis's Belva, tri-colored bitch, Aug. 8, by 
Foreman out of Jessie. 

Sanborn Kennels' Clara G., orange and white bitch, 
June 8, by Count Noble out of Dashing Romp. 

Sanborn Kennels' Rodney, tri-colored dog, March 
86, by Dock V. out of Katy D. 

Edward Dexter's Nellie Bly, black and white bitch, 
Nov, 8. by Count Noble out of Nellie. 

B. M. Stephenson's Bob Gates, tri-colored dog, 
April 22, by Count Rapier out of Belle of Hatchie. 

G. R. Stevens's Daisy, tri-colored bitch, May 22, by 
Gath out of Gem. 

S. Fleet Speir's Faerie, tri colored bitch, Feb. 7, 
by St. Elmo IV. out of Lady Fayre. 

T. C. Vail 's Princess Louise, orange and white bitch, 
March 28, by Bronze out of Paris Belle. 

C. Tucker's Guy Gladstone, tri colored dog, Apri 
26, by Gladstone out of Lavalette. 

C. Tucker's Lady Doncaster, tri-colored bitch, May 

I, by Doncaster out of Bessie Brown. 

C. Tucker's Sam Sterrett. tri-colored dog, April 26, 
by Gladstone out of Lavalette. 

Chas. Heath's Pendennis. black and white dog, 
Jan. 1, by Blue Drake out of Diana U. 

Chas. Heatn's black and white bitch, Jan. 1, by 
Blue Drake out of Diana H. 

W. B. Gates's Tarquin, tri-colored dog, June 14, by 
Paul Gladstone out ef Bo-Peep. 

W. B. Gates's Nortier. tri colored dog, June 14, by 
Paul Gladstone out of Bo Peep. 

Wm. Bowles, Jr.'s Bob Bowles, tri-colored dog ( 
June 14, by Paul Gladstone out of Bo-Peep. 

Ramapo Kennels' Prince Imperial, orange belton 
dog, Feb. 28, by Emperor Fred out of Bessie. 

Ramapo Kennels' Blue Specks, blue belton dog, 
April 8, dv Bronze out of Olivette. 

James N. Maclin's Gath's Joy, tri-colored dog, May 
28. by Gath out of Gem. 

James N. Maclin's Gath's Mark, tri-colored dog, 
Hay 28, by Gath out of Gem. 

H. D. NichouVs Cleo, tri colored bitch, April 28, by 
Gladstone out of Lavalette. 

a W. Bveritt's Kaiser, orange and white dog, July 

II, by Count Rake II. out of Bas-Bleu. 



Jas. H. Goodsell'8 Winfleld, lemon and white dog, 
July 8, by Plantagenet out or Queen Petrel. 

Chas. L. Dick's Prince Royalty, lemon and white 
dog, April 28, by Rojal Rock out of Nellie Laver- 
ack. 

Chas. L. Dick's Lady Royal, lemon and white bitch, 
April 28. by Royal Rock out of Nellie Laverack. 

J. A. English's Jerry, blue belton dog, Jan 1, by 
Blue Drake out of Diana H. 

T. E. Smith's Bessie, red and white bitch, April 24, 
by Pat out of Lill. 

G. G. Ware's Nannie S., black and white bitch, 
April 18, by Dashing Berwyn out of Juno A. 

G. G. Ware's Minnie, black and white bitch, June 
20 1 by Ben Hill out of Leora. 

W. B. Wells's Diana, black and white bitch, July 
18, by Mingo out of Fausta H. 

W. B. Wells's Phyllis, tri-colored bitch, March 8, 
by Nixeyout of Grace Dormer. 

I. R. Henricbs's la Belle, blue belton and tan 
bitch, April, 1884, by Count Gladstone out of Queen 
Laverack. 



F. R. Hitchcock's Earle, lemon and white dog, 
May 22, by Bang Bang out of Graceful. 

F. R. Hitchcock's Fanita, liver and white bitch, 
July 28, by Croxteth out of Fan Fan. 

F. R. Hitchcock's Uncas, liver and white dog. 
December, by Tammany out of Grace. 

Westminster Kennel Club's Comet, liver and white 
dog. April 7, by Meteor out of Trinket. 

Westminster Kennel Club's Nancy, lemon and 
white bitch, July 26. by Bang Bang out of Polly H. 

D. S. Gregory , Jr.,2d's Picket, liver and white dog, 
April 16, by Scout out of Ruby. 

Chas. D. IngersolTs Old Peoo, liver and white dog 
Sept. 10, by Bang Bang out of Lill. 

Edward Dexter's Half-and-half, liver and white 
dog, Jan. 27, by Priam out of Malt. 

Jesse M. Whaite's Miter, liver and white dog, May 
14, by Lort out of Lady Croxteth. 

J. tt. Andrew's Dixey, dog, Oct. 80, by Sensation 
out of Loela. 

J. W. Munson's Mallte, liver and white bitch, May 
6, by Meteor out of Dell. 

J. W. Munson's Meteorite, liver and white bitch, 
July 10, by Meteor out of Vanity. 

Luke W. White's Bang Grace, lemon and white 
dog. May 28, by Bang Bang out of Grace. 

J. E. Thayers Result, liver and white deg, May 4, 
by Shwt out of Floy. 

James P. Swain, Jr.'s Bill, lemon and white dog, 
July 27, by Rush out of Nan. 

Ramapo Kennels' Duke of Bergen, liver and white 
dog, Jan. 6. by Bang Bang out of Fan Fan. 

Ramapo Kennels' Happy Medium, liver and white 
bitch, July 28, by Croxteth out of Fan Fan. 

Ramapo Kennels* Lucky Medium, liver and white 
bitch. July 28, bv Croxteth out of Fan Fan). 

J. F. Jackson's Belle of the Beauties, liver and 
white bitch, 8ept. 15, by Peter White out of Beauty. 

Neversink Lodge Kennels' Huguenot, liver and 
white dog, July 28, by Croxteth out ot Fan Fan. 

Neversink Lodge Kennels' Neversink, liver and 
white dog. Oct. 16. bv Croxteth out of Gwendoline. 

Neversink Lodge Kennels' Jewel, liver and white 
bitch, Oct. 16, by Croxteth out of Gwendoline. 

Westminster Kennel Club's Citron, lemon and 
white bitch, May 16, by Bang Bang out of Rose). 

Chicago Dor Show. 

FIRST annual dog show of the Illinois Ken- 
nel Club, June 3, 4 and 5. The judges 
were: Major J. M. Taylor, setters, pointers 
and Chesapeake*; J. H. Whitman, cocker 
spaniels, and J. F. Kirk the remaining classes. 
AWARDS. 
MASTIFFS.— Champion — 1st. Winlawn Kennels 
(Homer).— Ovkh -Dogs: 1st. Winlawn Kennels (Hilde- 
bert); 2d, Winlawn Kennels (Hector). High com., 
A. J. Fierce (Major). Com., E. N. K. Talcott (Spar- 
tacus). Bitches: lst,Winlawn Kennels (Rosalind); 9d. 
Winlawn Kennels (Hebe). Puppies: 8d, B. N. K. Tal- 
cott (Don). 



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8T. BERNARDS.— Rough Coated— Dogs: 2d, Capt. 
A. Phillips (Duke). High com., H.Wemhardt (Turk). 
Bitches: 2d, Mohawk Kennels (Noma). High com., 
Capt. A.. Phillips (Fido) Com., P. L. Hanscom (Cleo). 
—Smooth-Coated— 1st, Dr. E. J. Bermingham (Bess); 
2d, H. J. Clapham (Gtrola). Puppies: 1st, Mohawk 
Kennels (Clio); 3d, Capt. A. Phillips (unnamed). 

NEWFOUNDLANDS. — CHAMPiON-lst, S. 8. Mc- 
Cuen (Miro).— Open— 1st, J. F. Dagley (Petec); 3d, 
Paul Mondon (Mac). High com., F. Moritz (Meiai). 

GREYHOUNDS. — Dogs: 1st, Landseer Kennels 
(Snowflake); 2d, C. Henning (Dash). Bitches: 1st. 
H. A. Warkentien (Beauty); 2d. Dr. G. I. Boyce 
(Aunt Lucia). Very high com., Landseer Kennels 
(Twilieht). 

DEERHOUNDS.— Champion — 1st, Landseer Ken- 
nels (Oscar).— Open— Dogs: 1st, Land>eer Kennels 
(ttras); 2d .Landseer Kennels (Duke). Bitches: 1st, 
Landseer Kennels ( Lady Dare); 2d, Landseer Ken- 
nels (Clu than). Very high com., Landseer Kennels 
(Lorma I. ). High com . , Landseer Kennels (Olga) . 

GREAT DANE*.— 1st, P. Merker (Pluto); 2d, J. 
W. Eliel (Belle). High com. E. Lewis (Nero). Com., 
H. Oelerich (Lady Jumbo). 

ENGLISH SETTERS.- Extra Champion— Memphis 
& Avent Kennels (Paul Gladstone).— Champion— 
Dog: H. Hartley (Royal Ranger). Bitch: H. Hartley 
(Queen Alice).— Open— Dogs: 1st, Dr. G. G. Ware 
(Gladstone's Boy); 2d, W. Fisher, Jr. (Pride of Dixie). 
Very high com., A. C. Waddell (British Chief); C. F. 
Louden (Stanton). High com., Dalliba & Munhall 
(Pendragon). Com., Lake Shore Kennels (Coleman's 



London); T. Donoghue (Laverack Chief's 



Clyde); 
emphis 



John Watson (Porter's Don). Bitches: 1st, MempLw 
& Avent Kennels' (Juno A.). Very high com., T. 
Donoghue (Blue Spark). Com., T. Donoghue (blue 
Phantom): E. 8. Bond (Jo-Jo Gladstone); Lake 
Shore Kennels' (Dot W.). Puppies— Dogs: 1st, J. S. 
Cusson (O. K.);2d. C. Harms (Spray). Bitches: 1st, 
A. C. Waddell (Monty). 

GORDON SETTERS.— Champion— Chas. R. Tavlor 
(Gem).— Open— Dogs: 1st, A. Ryerson (Dan) ; 2d, E. 
Maher(Roval Duke). Bitches: 1st, withheld; 2d, 
C. R. Taylor (Gypsey Queen). Puppies: 1st, J. Bard- 
well (Patti). 

IRISH SETTERS— Extra Champion— J. A. J. 
Sprague (Brush).— Open— Dogs: 1st, withheld ; 2d, J. 
DeKoven (Prince Rufus). very high com., G. W. 
Short (Book). High com., F. Silcox (Dick). Com., 
E. M. Hawley (Jerry). Bitches: 1st, H. E. Chubb 
(Zeha Glenduff); 2d, J. A. J. Sprague (Megora). 
Very high com., J. A. J. Sprague ^Lorraine). Pup- 
pies: 1st and 2d, T. Donoghue (Irish Boy and Irish 
Girl). Very high com., F. B. Rice (Larry). High 
com. and com., S. Johnston (Duke and Carlo). 

POINTERS.— Champion, Any Weight -Dogs: 1st, 

A. C. Waddell (Prince). Bitches: 1st, B. F. Seitner 
(Lady Croxteth).— Open— Dogs: 1st, A. C. Waddell 
(Tim); 2d, A. C. Waddell (Sweep). Very high com., 

B. F. Seitner (Rapp). Bitches: 1st, W. Werner 
(Luna Faust); 2d, B. F. Seitner (Lulu Faust).— 
Puppies— Dogs: 1st, W. B. Stafford (Rebel); 2d, K. H. 
McCormick (Rex). Bitches: 1st, J. O. Donner (un- 
named); 2d, W. A. Thompson (Queen Faust). 

IRISH WATER SPANIELS.— Extra Champion— 
1st, T. Donoghue (Count Bendigo).— Champion— 1st, 

C. B. Rodes (King Slash).- Opw-Do#s: 1st, H. D. 
Gardner (Tim O'Connor); 2d, Excelsior I. W. 8. 
Kennels (Mack). Very high com., H. D. Gardner 
(Larry O'Connor). Bitches: 1st, Excelsior I. W. 8. 
Kennels (Juda); equal 2d, H. D. Gardner (Irish 
Neil), and (Queenstown). Very high com., C. 
Blaidsell (Little Sioux). High com., R. W. Stafford 
(Irish Queen); H. D. Gardner (Young Swan); Dr. E. 
L. Mayo (Maggie B.). Puppies: 1st, Excelsior I. W. 
Spaniel Club (Mollie): 2d, H. D. Gardner (Young 
Drake). High com., H. D. Gardner (Young Breda 
Girl). Com., Dr. E. L. Mayo (Drake); Mrs. M. R. 
Calin(Judy C). 

CHESAPEAKE BAY DOGS.— 2)o*»: 1st, G. E. 
Poyneer (Gowrle); 2d, G. W. Kierbtead (Monday). 
Bitches: 1st, G. W. Kieretead (Maryland). 

FIELD SPANIELS.— 1st, J. Luckwell (Bob, Jr.); 
2d, Hornell Spaniel Club (Hornell Eva). 

COCKER SPANIELS.— Under 28lbs.— Dogs: 1st, 
Hornell Spaniel Club (Hornell Jock); 2d, Hornell 



Spaniel Club (Hornell Silk). Bitches: A. LaidJaw 
(JunoW.); 2d, Hornell Spaniel dub (Hornell 'Belle 
HI.).— Under 28lbs.— Dogs: 1st, W. F. Mc Whinner 
(Nigger): 2d, T. J. Zlmber (Fritz). Bitches: 1st, E. 
Troy (GipK 2d. Mrs. H. P. Thome (Sbena). Very 
high com., G. Wicks (Venus): E. Troy (Madge). 

BEAGLES.- Dogs: 1st, J. 8. Cusson (Dandy): ad, 
F. T. Lane (Cornet). Bitches: 1st. E. B. Weston (Una); 
2d,' Mrs. C. E. White (Bonnie). Very high com., F. T. 
(Lane). Com., F. T. Lane (Ada); J. S. Cusson (Daisy). 

DACHSHUNDE.— Dogs: 1st. W. Loeffler (Wald- 
man n.); 2d, B. F. Seitner (Prince). Bitches: 1st, 
W. Loeffler (Gretchen); 2d, H. L. Goodman (Waldine 
HI.). Very high com.. C. Klocke (Lina L.). High 
com., B. F. Seitner (Wallexie). 

FOX-TERRIER6.-Doo«; 1st, withheld; 2d, Wm. 
Reuss (Bob). Bitches: 1st, withheld; 2d, Lake Shore 
Kennels (Bessie W.). Puppies: 1st, W. Fenchert, 
Jr., (Chip). Oom., J. B. Signers, Jr. (Midge), J. Werle 



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COLLIES.— Dogs: Miss L. Downey (Gordan); 2d, 
V. S. Kennedy (Prince Charlie). Very high com., R. 
Somerville (Help). Com., E. B. Sheldon (Boss). 
Bitches: 1st, E. B. Sheldon (Lady VI.)- 2d, G. M. 
Dunne (Gyp). Very high com., A. R. Kyle (Juno 
II.). High com., J. Kidston (Pup). Puppies: 1st and 
2d, E. B. Sheldon (unnamed). 

BULL-TERRIERS.— 1st, C. R. Taylor (Young Bill) 
High com.. Dr. W. H. D. Lewis (Romeo). Com., L. 
King (Peg) ; L. King (Jessie G. ». 

BLACK AND TAN TERRIERS.— 1st, W. D. Pugh 
(Olivette); 2d, Miss M. Lucas (Tricksy). Com.. Mrs 
B. ListonJJack). 

HARD-HAIRED SCOTCH TERRIERS.— Bitches: 
1st, J. H. Naylor (Heather); 2d, Mrs. Dr. W. H. D. 
Lewis (Kirsty Glenn). 

DANDIE PINMONTS.— Dogs: 1st, Mrs. J. H. Nay- 
lor (Bonnie Briton). Bitches: 1st, Mrs. J. H. Naylor 
(Pansy). 

YORKSHIRE TERRIERS.— lst,J. Parker (Charley) ; 
2d. J. Parker (Jenny). High com., D. Harrington 
(Billy D.). Com., w. Bowlin (Minnie); W. Bowlin 
( Paddy); F. Parker (Dude). 

PUGS.— Champion— 1st, Mohawk Kennels (Bo* 
Peep).— Open— Dogs: 1st, J. R. Richards (Pudgte); 2d, 
J. Parker (Punch). Very high com., W. W. Col- 
chester (Punch). Bitches: 1st, W. Gale (Mollie); 2d, 
Mrs. H. L. Goodman (Josephine). 

TOY-TERRIERS.— Other than Yorkshire— 1st, 
D. Harrington (Duke, Jr.); 2d, Mrs. W. A. Fletcher 
(Topsey). Very high com., A. Smith (Dot). High 
com., G. Stainsky (Dandy); Miss M. Lucas (Dandy 
Dude); G. Carter (Minnie), D. Harrington (Dot E.) 
and same owner (Minnie C.) Com., Miss M. Lucas 
(Fiflne and two pups): D. Harrington (Lady C.). 

ITALIAN GREYHOUNDS.-2d, J. iTLocke (St. 
Elmo). High com., W. Bowlin (Lily). Com., W. Bow- 
lin (Major). 

KING CHARLES 8PANIELS.-lst, R. W. Holmes 
(Milwaukee Charlie); 2d, J. Parker (Noble). Very 
high com., J. Parker (Prince). 

BLENHEIM SPANIELS.— 1st, J. Parker (Rubes); 
2d, J. Parker (Charlie). 

POODLES.— 1st, R. H. McCormick (Jumbo): 2d, J. 
O'Day (Chink), very high com., J. H. Whitman 
(Captain). Com., Dr. Round ville (Presto). 

MISCELLANEOUS CLASS.— Equal 1st, J. H. Nay- 
lor (Lady Stewart), L. Eliel (Leo), and Mrs. P. G. 
Fash (Flora II.). 

SPECIAL PRIZES. 

Mastiffs— Best, Winlawn Kennels' Rosalind; best 
kennel, Winlawn Kennels' Homer, Hector, Hildebert, 
Rosalind and Hebe. 

St. Bernards— Best, E. J. Bermingham's Bess; best 
puppy, A. Phillips's, by Duke out of Fido. 

Newfoundlands— Best, S. S. McCuen's Miro; best in 
open class, Mohawk Kennels' Noma. 

Greyhounds— Best, H. A. Warkentien 's Beauty. 

English Setters— Best, Memphis & Avent Ken- 
nels' Paul Gladstone; best bitch, H. Hartley's Queen 
Alice; best in open class, Memphis & Avent Kennels' 
Juno A. ; best brace, Memphis & Avent Kennels' Paul 
Gladstone and Juno A. : best puppy, A. C. WaddeU's 
Monty; best kennel, T. Donognue's Laverack Chief, 
Clyde, Blue Phantom, Blue Queen, Blue Spark and 
Jeannette. 



July, 1886.] 



AMERICAN KENNEL REGISTER. 



Ill 



Cecil (Iris). Puppies: 1st, W. Rolinson (Debonair); 
«d. Dr. O. T. Blatter (Prince Imperial). 

GREAT DANES.— Dogs.- 1st prize withheld; 2d. 
Lieut. R. L. Smart (Joubert II.). Bitches: 1st and 
cup, E. G. Martin (Bella) ; 2d, F. P. 8utthery (Empress 
of Cambridge); 8d, F. Friedrichsen (Minka HI.). 
Puppies.- 1st, R. Herbert (The Duke); 2d, R. Bryan 
(Una): 8<1, E. Wootton (Empress of Germany). 

NEWFOUNDLANDS.— Black— Challenge— .Dogs : 
1st, T. E. Mansfield (champion Courtier). Bitches: 
1st, T. E. Mansfield (champion Lad/ Mayoress).— 
Open— Dogs: 1st, E. Nicholson (Lord Nelson): 2d, R. 
W. Moll '(King Bruce); 3d, Mrs. A. Mansfield (The 
Black Prince). Bitches: 1st. E. J. Bird (Isla); 2d, E. 
Nichols (Abbess); 8d, R. W. Moll (Alice).— Other 
than BiaLCK— Challenge— No entry.— Open— Dogs: 
1st, D. Palmer (Turpin): 2d. T. Dixon (British Lion); 
3d. J. G. Mason (Pluto). Bitches: 1st, A. Stevens 
(Welsh Nell); 2d, J. G. Pickering (Young Bertha. 
Puppies: 1st, W. H. Harrison (Tom Bowling); 2d, E. 
Nichols (Hardy). 

DEERHOUNDS.— Challenge— 1st, G. W. Hick- 
man (Cuchullin).— Open— Bogs: 1st and cup, H. P. 
Parkes (Gunner); 2d, H. G. Joplin (Clansman) ; 8d, A. 
Maxwell and E. Cassel (Robin Gray). Bitches: 1st, 
M. Goulter (Spey n. : 2d, Major C. E. Davis (Morn a 
Vilbia). Puppies: 1st, M. Goulter (Athol EL); 2d, E. 
W. Bell (Royal Roy. late Roy). 

GREYHOUNDS.— Challenge— 1st, H. P. and P. J. 
Charles (Lancashire Witch).— Open— Dogs: 1st, H. 
T. Clarke (Colonist); 2d, H. P. and P. J. Charles (Cas- 
sells). Bitches: 1st, H. P. and P. J. Charles (Coral); 
2d, H. T. Clarke (Claytonia). 

POINTERS.— Doqs: 1st. S. Perrott (Kingsbridge 
Bang); 2d, S. Evershed (Stapenhill Rake); 8d, W. 
Arkwright (Eld on Don). Bitches: 1st and special, J. 
Stedman (Nymph); 2d, F. Warde (Kent Baby). 

SETTERS.— English— Open— Dog*: 1st, H. D. Ad 
kins (Kins: Ross); 2d, E. Castle (Prince Fred). Bitches: 
1st, J. D. Burrow (Wild Belle): 2d, G. Potter (Cora of 
Wetheral).— Black and Tan— Dogs: 1st, J. U. Wink- 
field (Prince of Orange); 2d, D. Addison (Hexham). 
Bitches: 1st, W. M. Eghngton (Fan VJI.);2d, W. 
Long (Norwich Bloom II.).— Puppies— Dogs: 1st and 
2d, G. Potter (Count Howard and Sir Gilbert). 
Bitches: 1st, H. D. Adktns (Devon Rose).— Irish— 
Challenge— 1st, H. D. O'Callaghan (Tyrone).— Open 
—Dogs: 1st and cup, P. A. Beck (Lismore); 2d. Miss 
Lynn-8mart (Carrowdore). Bitches: 1st, H. M. Wil- 
son (Moileen); equal 2d, S. G. W. Adams (Tara II.), 
and A. B. B. Baker (Lanov II.). Puppies: 1st and 
2d, A. Taylor (Netberbury Kate and Netherbury Jilt). 
RETRIEVERS. — Wavy — Challenge— 1st, S. E. 
Shirley (Moonstone).— Open— Dogs: 1st, E. Shirley 

gractable); 2d, J. Alexander (Tracer); 8d, E. D. 
odg?oa (Lark). Bitches: let and 2d, 8. E. Shirley 
(Think and Tacit); 3d, T. G. MoiUiett (Sigma).— 
Curly-Coated — Challenge— 1st, G. H. Granville 
(Chicory H.)— Open— Dogs: 1st, A. R. King (Nat). 
Bitches: 1st, A. W. Ledbrook (Clarissima); 2d, F. 
Wilson-Horsfall fLady Nellie). 

SPANIEL*.- Clumbers— Challenge— 1st, J. Allen 
(Boss H.).— Open— 1st, W. A. Samman (Psycho II.); 
2d, J. W. Cam (Lightwood Ruby).— Sussex and Liv- 
er-Colored— Challenge— 1st, J. Partridge (Brida 
II.).— Open— 1st, T. Jacobs (Newton Abbot Blossom); 
2d, M. woolland (Bridford Maubert).— Water Span- 
iels— Challenge— 1st, G. S. Hockey (Young Hilda). 
—Open— 1st, G. S. Hockey (Celleen Bawn); 2d, W. 
W. Thomson (Barney O Toole).— Other than Black 
— Challenge— 1st, W. R. Bryden (Easten's Bruce). 
— Open- Dogs, over 2Mb*.; 1st and 2d, T. Jacobs 
(Newton Abbot Boss and Newton Abbot Bean). 
Bitches, overVObs.: 1st, T. Jacobs (Newton Abbot 
Lassie).— Cockers— Doqs, under 2516s.; 1st, W. Gra- 
ham (Keno); 2d, J. F. Farrow (Dan Obo). Bitches, 
under 2&lbs.: 1st, T. B. Bowers (Florence)— Black- 
Challenge— 1st, W. R. Bryden (Negro).— Open— 
Dogs: 1st, T. Jacobs (Newton Abbot Nigger); 2d, 
W. H. David (Clydach); 8d, W. R. Bryden (Beverley 
Hollo). Bitches: Equal 1st and divide special, W. 
K. Bryden (Belle of Buxton) and T. Jacobs (Newton 
Abbot Bess). Teams— Prize, T Jacobs (Newton Ab- 
bot Blossom, Newton Abbot Nigger, Newton Abbot 
Lassie, Newton Abbot Boss, Newton Abbot Beau and 
Newton Abbot Bess). 



Irish Setters— Best, J. A. J. Sprague's Brush; best 
brace, J. A. J. Sprague's Brush and Megora; best 

Euppy. T. Donoghue's Irish Boy; best puppy sired 
y Elcho, F. B. Rice's Larry. 

Gordon Setters— Best, E. Maher's Royal Duke; best 
bitch, J. Bard well's Patti; best brace, C. R Taylor's 
Gem and Gypsey Queen. 

Pointers— Best, A. C. WaddelTs Prince: best brace, 
A. C. WaddeU's Prince and Tim : best puppy, W. B. 
Stafford's Rebel; best one of litter of three sired by 
Faust, W. Werner's Luna Faust; best bitch puppy, 
J. O. Donner's, by Meteor out of Accident. 

Deerhound'— Best. Dr. Van Hum m ell's Bras. 

Irish Water Spaniels— Best bitch. Excelsior Ken- 
nels' Juda; best dog, C. B. Rodes's King Slash. 

Toy-terriers— Best, D. Harrington's Duke. 

Scotch Terriers— Challenge cup. J. H. Navlor's 
Heather; best puppy, Mrs. W. H. Lewis's Kirsty 
Glenn. 

Pugs— Best dog, J. R. Bichards's Pudgie; best 
puppy shown by lady, Mrs. H. L. Goodman's Jose- 
phine; best bitch, Mohawk Kennels' Bo-Peep. 

Black and Tan Terriers— Bast shown by lady, Miss 
M. Lucas's Tricksy. 

Bull-terriers— Best, C. R Taylor's Young Bill. 

Fox-terriers— Best, W. Fenchert's Chip. 

Dandle Dlnmonts— Best, Mrs. J. H. Naylor's Pansy ; 
also prise for best bitch, any breed, shown by lady. 

Foxhounds— Best puppy, J. H. Naylor's Lady 
Stewart. 

Italian Greyhounds— Best, J. L. Locke's St. Elmo. 

Great Danes— Best, Paul Merker's Pluto. 

Best Collection of Sporting Dogs— Divided be- 
tween T. Donoghue and Dr. Van HummelL 

Collies— Beat, Miss L. Downey's Gordan. 

Irish Water 8paniels— Best, C. B. Rodes's King 



Dachshunde— Best, W. Loeffler s Waldman U. 
Chesapeake Bay Dogs— Best, G. E. Poyneer's Gow- 
rie. 
Beag*e«— Best, E. B. Weston's Una. 
Yorkshire Terriers -Best, J. Parker's Charley. 

The Warwick Dor Show. 

THIRD annual dog show was held on April 
21, 22 and 28. Below are the principal 
AWARDS. 

BLOODHOUNDS— Challenge— 1st and special, M. 
Beaufoy (Nestor). — Open— Dogs: 1st, R. E. Reed 
(King Lear): 2d, R.Hood-Wright (Hector II.). Bitches: 
1st, W. C. Nash (Daisy); 2d, L. Smith (Ella).— Pup- 
pies— Dogs: 1st, G. H. Parry (Premier HI.); 2d, R. 
Hood-Wright (Gordon). Bitches: 1st and 2d, A. Hom- 
fray (Nell Gwynne and Chang). 

ST. BERNARDS.— Rough— Challenge— Dogs: 1st 
and extra (champion Bayard). Bitches: No entry. 
—Open— Dogs: 1st, challenge cup and cup 8, J. F. 
Smith (Plmhmmon); 2d, H. B. Wood (Nero HI.); 8d, 
L. Oppenheim (Sultan HI.); 4th, I. Winter (Valour). 
Bitches: :st, G. N. Hallewell (Queen Jura); 2d, cup 
No. 1 and 3d, L. C. R. Norris Elye (Crevasse n. and 
La Mascotte) ; 4th, J. Farmer (Lady Athol) —Smooth 
— Open— Dogs; 1st and cup No. 2, J. H. Murcbison , 
(Sirius); 2d.C. Macdona (Victor Emmanuel); 3d, L. 
Oppenheim (Benedict). Bitches: 1st, L. Oppenheim 
(Lady Superior); 2d. W. B. Megone (Bon-Bon).— Pup- 
Dogs: 1st, R. 8. Williamson (Sea KingV; 2d, H. 



ri» — isvyo. ioi.iv. o. t» uuwusuu \or» jvluk/, «u, jo.. 

1. Betterton (Watchman); 3d, W. Weller (Tracey). 
Bitches: 1st, T. King (Melita); 2d, S. Smith (Mena); 
3d. A. B. Bailey (Kassala). 

MA8TIFFS.— Challenge— Dogs: 1st and challenge 
cupNo. 1, M. Beaufoy (Pontiff); 2d and extra, Mrs. 
G. Williams (Maxmilfian). Bitches: 1st and cup No. 

2, Mrs. G. Willins (Cambrian Princess); 2d and extra, 
Dr. F. J. Campbell (champ. Liil n.).— Ohbn— Other 
than Brindle— Dogs: 1st and Licensed Victuallers' 
special, M. Beaufoy (Prussian Prince); 2d, G. Holmes 
(John Bull): 3d, H. L. Wade (Plppo). Bitches: 1st 
and breeders cup, E. Nichols (Princess Ida); equal 
2d, C. R. Leach (Lady Banche) and J. Sidney-Turner 
(The Lady Clare).— brindle— Dogs: 1st, J. Hutchins 
(Titus); 2d, J. Lampitt (Lionel); 3d, J. Hutchins 
(Gwalior). Bitches: 1st, Lords A. and L. Cecil (Snow- 
ball); 2d, J. Hutchings (Dulce); 3d, Lords A. and L. 



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[July, 1885. 



COLLIE9.— Challenge— Dogs: 1st, J. Bisael (Char- 
lemagne) Bitches: No entries. —Open— Dogs: Equal 
1st, 3. Boddington (Rockingham) and W. B. Dock- 
rell (Surbiton); equal 3d, 8. Boddington (Scotch 
Laddie) and J. Pine (Paramount): equal 3d, W. Ark- 
wright (Blue Sky) and Mrs. G. Hall (Flockmaster). 
Bitches: 1st and cups 1, 8 and 4, H. J. Banks 
(Ladv Lulu); equal 2d, W. R. Dockrell (Flurry II.) 
and J. F. Godfree (Trefoil Lady); equal 8d, F. Bar- 
low (Merry Madge) and J. Pirie (Peerless) Puppies. 
—Dogs: 1st, W. R. Dockrell (Surbiton); 2d, J. Pirie 
(Paramount); 3d, J. F. Godfree (Major Trefoil). 
Bitches: 1st. H. J Banks (Lady Lulu); 2d, W. K. 
Dockrell (Flurry II.); 8d, G. R. Krehl (Dahlia).— 
Smooth-coated — Challenge— 1st, Dr. A. W. Q. 
James (Lady Help).— Open— 1st, J. and W. H. 
Charles (Scott); 2d, M. C. Ash win (Lassat). Notice 
Class— ist, M. C. Ash win (Lynn); 2d, C. Kemp, Jr. 
(King Bruce); 3d, J. and W. H. Charles (Miss Clyde); 
4th. W. H. Beach (Missed). Stud Dogs: Prise, G. R. 
Krehl (Champion Eclipse). 

OLD ENGLI8H BOB-TAILED.— Challenge— 1st, 
D. P. Thomas (Sir Guy).— Open— 1st, D. P. Thomas 
(Watchman); 2d, T. Cross (Belle II.).— Local— fob 
Shepherds— Best Looking Dog or Bitch, ant Vari- 
ety— Prize, R. Mallier (Nelly). 

DALMATIANS.— Open— 1st, J. Fawdry (Ruby); 2d, 
The Lord Braye (Nelson). 

BULLDOGS.— Challenge— Dogs: 1st, Mrs. M. E. 
D. V. Sprague (champion Grabber). Bitches: 1st. J. 
Morris (Queen Mab),— Open— Dogs, over 4Bibs.: 1st. 
8. Pybus-Sellon (Royal George); 2d, G. B. Kelly 
(Blazier III.); 8d,G. Ure (Sir Walter). Bitches, over 
htObs.: 1st, P. B. Beresford-Hope (Sproddles); 2d, J. 
S. Pybus-Sellon (Dona Sol). Doga, under IMbs.: 1st, 
W. ft. Strague (Don Pedro); 2d, J. 8. Pybus-Sellon 
(King Cole, Jr.); 3d, C. Collins (Briton HI.). Bitches, 
under 85Z6*..- 1st and medal, O. Knott (Amy); 2d, 
withheld. 

BULL-TERRIERS.— Challenge— Any weight: 1st, 
A. George (champion Cairo).— Open— Over 25Zb«..- 
1st. J. R. Pratt (Queen of the May); 2d, A. George 
(Grabber). Not over 2Mbs. : 1st, A. George (Gerona) ; 
2d, J. R. Pratt (Little Nell). 

WHITE ENGLISH TERRIERS.— Open— 1st, H. P. 
Dodscn (Miss Leigh); 2d. A. George (Little Jim). 

FOX-TERRIERS.— Smooth-Coated — Challeni 

Dogs: 1st, A. R. Wood (Splinter). Bitches: No 

try.— Open— Dogs: 1st, T. W. Twyford (Pitcher) ; 2d, 
J.' A. Doyle (Beggarman); 8d, 8. Smith (Stager); 4th, 
A. Hargreaves (Dane Topper, late Favorite). Bitches: 
1st, J. Binns (Matchless II.); fcd, H. A. W. Aylesbury 
(Lady Welcome); 3d, F. Redmond (Dashing Grace); 
4th, F. L. Evelyn (Sutton Vera).— Puppies— Dogs: 
1st, T. W. Twyford (Pitcher) ; 2d, A. Hargreaves (Dane 
Topper, late Favorite); 3d, A. W. Emms (Belgrave 
Dean). Bitches: 1st, J. Binns (Matchless II.); 2d, H. 
H. Beaumont (Lady Mask); ad, R. H. Cartwright 
(Compton Vic).— Wire-Haired— Challenge— Dogs: 
1st, Earl of Lonsdale (champion Briggs); 2d. P. C. 
Held (Cavendish). Bitches: 1st, Earl of Lonsdale 
(champion Miss Miggs).— Open-Do*/*: 1st and cups 
Nos. 1 and 2, W. Carrick, Jr. (Tack); 2d and cup No. 
3, F. Fellowes (Burton Bitter); 8d, W. Carrick, Jr. 
(Trick); 4th, W. Wilson (Nuifleld Joe). Bitches: 1st. 
W. Carrick, Jr. (Carlisle Bess); 2d, F. W. Fellowes 
(Burton Sweetbriar); 3d, A. Maxwell and E. Cassel 
(Tees Try):4th, P. C. Reld (Lill Foiler). -Puppies— 
Dogs: 1st, W. Carrick, Jr. (Tack); 2d, F. W. Fellowes 
(Burton Bitter); 3d, 8. Boddington (Metchley Topper). 
Bitches: 1st, F. W. Fellowes (Burton Sweetbriar); 
2d, H. E. Sugden .(Ashby Pearl); 3d, P. C. Reid 
(Dora). 

BEAGLES.— 1st, T. Haig (Mariner) ; 2d, Capt. S.M. 
Thomas (Merrybell). 

BASSET HOUNDS.— Challenge— Dogs: 1st, F. W. 
Blain (Bourbon). Bitches: 1st, G. R. Krehl (Pallas).— 
Open— Dogs: 1st, G. R. Krehl (Fino VI. j^ 8d, G. B. 



BEDL1NGTON TERRIERS. — Challenge — No 
entry.— Om-Dogs: 1st, A. N. Dodds (Hairdresser); 
2d, D. Ross ( Statesman). Bitches: 1st and 2d, D. Ross 
(Langside Last and Clydeside Lass). ^^ 

DACHSHUNDS.— Challenge— Dogs: 1st and chal- 
lenge cup, H. A. Walker (Maritime); special, Mrs. P. 
M Hoare (Superbus). , Bitches: 1st, Mrs. P. M. Hoare 
(Zither).— Open— Dogs: 1st, E. L.Puxley(8ubalterni- 
2d Mrs. P. M. Hoare (Graf HI); 3d (aSc^e^ 
with Joan of Arc), H. Jones ( Joubert). Bitches: 1st 
E. W. Haselwood (8wipes)^Jd (and couple prise). H 
Jones (Joan of Arc): 8d, W. Arkwright (Winkrt - 
Puppies-Dow.' 1st, E. L. Puxley (Subaltern): 2d 
Mrs. P. M. Hoare (Graf m.); 8d, Rev. G. F Loved 
(Gil Bias). Bitches: 1st, F. L Edwards UUettaV Sd 
Mrs. P. M. Hoare (Edelwelss).-TEAMR-ftEefc T 
Walker (Osone, Maximus and Zulima). ' 

AIREDALE TERRIERS —1st, F. P. Smith ( Choir 
Girl); 2d, W. Tatham (Spriggs)? ( W 

IRISH TERRIERS,— Challenge— 1st and specials 
Nos. 1 and 8, H. A. Graves (champion Play Boy)-. 
Open-Doo*.- 1st. C. H. Backhouse (Buster); 2d F 
H. Field (Pairh,]ate Pat); 8d, J. U. Palmer (Larry)' 
Bitches: 1st, C. M. Nicholson (Poppy II.): ad R B 
and T 8. Carev (Droleen); 8d, 0. H. backhouse 
(Frolic). Puppies: Equal 1st and special No. 2. C. J 
Barnett (Bachelor); equal 1st, J. H. Lovatt (Norah 
Tatters). 

HARD-HAIRED SCOTCH TERRIERS.-/)cm»* 1st 
and 2d, Capt. Mackie (Dundee and Dunara): 8d J 
A. Adamson (Darkle). Bitches: 1st, Capt. Mackie 
(Glen Gogo); equal 2d, H. J. Ludlow (Worry) and 
Capt. Mackie (Glen Rose). " 

DANDLE DINMONT8.— Challenge— 1st W E 
Easten (champion Border Queen).— Open— Dogs'- 1st 
and special, Earl of Antrim (Forceps); 2d, W. A F 



B. Coupland (Border Prince); 8d, fiTw. *W (Jock 
V.). fitches: let, W. E. Budgett (Queen); *d,Eari 
-* *-— ~i (Agnes); 8d, H. S. Whipp (Douglas tie*). 
l ~£°0& £t and iroeciaL J. Valance (Bor- 
; 3d. H. F. DeTratford (Sir Walter Scott). 



Northcote (Fiuo); 8d, H. Jones (Judge). Bitches: 1st, 
L. Pelly (Mioche); 2d, G. R. Krehl (Pallas III.); 3d, 
F. W. Blain (Bertille). Puppies: 1st, G. R. Krehl 



L. Pelly (Mioche); 2d, G. R. Krehl 

" *~ — J "^rtille). Puppies: __., _. 

H. Jones (Judge): 3d, F. W. Blain 



(Fino VI.); 2d, 
(Bertille). 



of Antrim ( 

—Puppies— uogs: isc ana special, J. Valance (Bor- 
der Htro); 2d. H. F. DeTra&ord (Sir Walter Scott) 
Bitches: 1st, H. F. DeTrafford (Annie Laurie). 

SKYE TERRIERS.— Challenge— Equal 1st J 
King (Prince Charlie) and Rev. T. Nolan (Claret) — 
Open— 1st, Mrs. M. M. Tooth (Iron Conqueror); 2d T 
B. Swinburne (Sherry); 8d, 8. Gilbert (Komarch HJ. " 

BLACK AND TANS.-Challenqe— 1st, W. J. Tom- 
linson (Squire).— Open— Over 12lbs.— Amh; 1st. T 

B. Swinburne (Skittles): 2d, F. Wheatley (Hero): 3d! 
G. H. Wilkinson (Robin Hood). BitJhes: 1st F 
Steade (Kenwood Queen): 2d, G. S. Manuelle (Vis- 
countess); 8d and special for best un cropped, B 
Latham (Fancy II.); equal 3d, B. TAthftm (Rnklet) 
—Not exceeding 12lbs.— 1st, J. Taylor (Sissy II ); 
equal 2d, J. and R. B. Troughear (Sir Henry and 
Princess Louise). 

POODLES.— 1st, F. Fredrichseu (Peck); 2d, B. D. 
Zorapore- Wright (Doctor). ' 

POMERANIANS.-lst, F. Friedrichsen (Morlev): 
2d, J. Hutchings (Nubar). v^uriey; , 

PUGS.— Challenge— No entrv.— Open— Doas: 1st. 

C. Houlker (Loris); 2d, Rev. V. C. B. <W (Tarn 
O'ghanter); 8d, withheld. Bitches: 1st and special, 
H. Jones (Duchess of Wednesbury); 2d, D. Caddick 
(Miss Boffin); 3d, C. Houlker (Queen Rose).— Puppies 
-Dogs: 1st. E. W. B.Villier* (Vedette); 2d, with- 
held. Bitches: 1st, G. Bell (What's That); 2* Mrs. 
S. B. Weaver (Grand Duchess). 

KING CHARLES SPANIELS.— Challenge— 1st, 
Mrs. J. A. Buggs (Alexander the Great).— Open— 1st 
and extra for toy, Mrs. W. Forder (Jumbo H.): 2d. 
G. T. Crank (Grand Duke). l '' ' ■ 

BLENHEIM SPAN1 ELS.- Challenge— Prise Mrs 
L.E. Jenkins (Flossie H.).-OPBN-lst, Mrs. 8. T. 
Bagnall (Polo); 2d, Mrs. L.E. Jenkins (Beaconsfleld). 
— Old Marlborough Breed, the'nosb measure not 
less than liN.— 1st, Mrs. M. A. Jacobs (Hebe); 2d, 
F. C. Hiorns (Duke). i™*"v, **» 

YORKSHIRE TERRIERS.— Challenge— 1st, Mrs 
M. A. Troughear (champion Conqueror).— Open— 1st! 
8. B. Hodgson (Bright V.); 2d,Misj M. Troughear 
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Fixtures. 

DOG SHOWS. 

Sept. 22, 28, 24 and 25.— Do? Show of the Milwaukee 
Exposition Association. John D. Olcott, Superin- 
tendent. Milwaukee, Wis. 

Sept. 29, 80, and Oct. 1 and 2.— Third Annual Dog 
Show of the Southern Ohio Fair Association. H. An- 
derson. Secretary, Dayton, O. 

Oct. 5. 6 and 7.— Second Animal Dog Show of the 
Philadelphia Kennel Club, in conjunction witn the 
Pennsylvania State Agricultural Society. E. Com- 
fort, Secretary, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Oct. 6, 7, 8 and 9.— Fourth Annual Dog Show of the 
Danbury Agricultural Society. 8. E. Hawley, Secre- 
tary, Danbury, Conn. 

Sept. 30, Oct. 1 and 2.— Twelfth Annual Dog Show 
of the Western Pennsylvania Poultiy Society, Pitts 
burgh. C. B. El ben. Secretary, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
FIELD TRIALS. 

Nov, 9.— Second Annual Field Trials of the Fisher's 
Island Club, for members only. Max Wenzel, Sec- 
retary, Hobo ken, N. J. 

Nov. 9.— First Annual Field Trials of the Western 
Field Trials Association, at Abilene, Kan. Entries 
close Oct. 16. A. A. Whipple. Secretary, Kansas 
City, Mo. 

Nov. 16. — Seventh Annual Field Trials of the 
Eastern Field Trials Club, High Point, N. C. W. A. 
Coster, Secretary, Flatbush, L, I., N. Y. 

Dec. 7.— Seventh Annual Field Trials of the Na- 
tional Field Trials Club, Grand Junction, Tenn. En- 
tries for Derby close April 1. B. M. Stephenson, 
Secretary, La Grange, Tenn. 



The Irish Setter Blarney. 

MR. HARRY TALLMAN has seldom, if 
ever, succeeded in drawing a better setter 
or giving a more faithful likeness than in the 
illustration we present with this month's num- 
ber of the Register. Blarney is an exception- 
ally fine specimen of the Irish setter, and with 
all due deference to the judge and the owner 
of Chief, we thought Blarney entitled to the 
Irish setter special at the recent Philadelphia, 
show. This opinion we arrived at after having 
both dogs off their benches, and then decided 
that Blarney should be the one to serve as an 
illustration of the type of the Irish setter. 
Blarney is owned by Mr. E. W. Clark, of Ger- 
mantown, Pa., and was registered in the July- 
number of the Register. His pedigree and 
performances are there given as by Bruce 
(A.KR. 64) out of Luray (A.KR. 59). He took 
third at National Breeders 7 show, Philadelphia, 
1884; reserve, New Haven; second, Boston; 
third, New York; second, Philadelphia, 1885. 



A Breeding "Sport." 

Editor American Kennel Register; 

Inclosed I send you Produce Register — Miss 
Nance ex Obo II. "She whelped five, two black 
dogs, one black bitch 'all black), one solid white 
dog and one solid white bitch. Is this not very J 
unusual? Nance is by Obo II. ex Darkle, she 
by Beau ex Blackie, all blacks. Obo II. you. 
know to be all black bred. Now, where did 
she get the white pups? They are in-bred as 
you see. The pups are pure white, not a sign 
of black on either; the bitch pup is very stiong: 
and well at present; the dog seems to be the 
weak one of the litter and I doubt if he lives. 
S. R. Hemingway. 

New Haven, Conn. 

[Hornell Silk, 1397, brother to Obo II., when 
bred to bitches of a black and white strain 
throws some cream or buff-colored pups. We 
will send a marked copy of the Register to 
Mr. Farrow, who perhaps will advise us if he 
has had a similar experience. Were we in- 
clined to be satirical we should say that this 
reversal to some cross proves beyond question 
that Obo II. and his brother Silk have clearly- 
proved their descent from the old-time cocker 
**Senex" raves about but never exhibits.— Ed.] 



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Rules Governing Registration. 

No duplication of names already registered will be 
permitted. This can be avoided by the addition of a 
distinguishing number or other prefix or suffix. 

The names of well-known unregistered prize win- 
ners will not be registered for other dogs of the same 
brood 

No name will be registered of a nature to mislead, 
such as "Gladstone H.," or Gladstone, Jr.," for a 
setter not a descendant of that well-known doa;. 

No pedigree will be extended beyond a d og alr eady 
registered in the American Kknnxl Register, ex- 
cept In the case of a correction or the supplying of 
new and hitherto unknown information. 

The right is reserved to exclude any portion of a 
pedigree which is of doubtful authenticity, and to 
decline the insertion of a pedigree supplied by any 
person who is known to have given or published false 
pedigrees or information respecting his dogs. 



Abbreviations. — "A.K.R.," American Kennel 
Register. ".E.," English Kennel Club Stud Book. 
"A. % " National American Kennel Club Stud Book 



imported Beauty. (Correct Fly's original entry to 
correspond.) 

Record— First and special, Meriden. 1884; second, 
New Haven (O'Sbea's Battler first), 1886. 

2526* Trifle* white and tan dog, whelped Dec. 
?, 1884, Breeders and owners, Messrs. A H. Wake- 
field & Co., Providence, B. L 

Sire— Blngwood, by Lord de Freyne's Banter out 
of Earl Lewis's Beauty, by Biot out of Countess. 

Dam— Bush, sister to Vixen (AJLB. 2627). 

2527* Vixen* white and tan bitch, whelped 
Aug. 11, 1868. Breeder, Mr. N. Elmore, Gr&nby, 
Conn. Owners, Messrs. A. H. Wakefield & Co., Provi- 
dence, B. I. 

Sire— Flute, by Bowett's Battler (imported Warrior 
— Bosey) out of True, by Darwin out of Maud. 

Dam— Queen, by Victor (imported Battler— Lady 
Bird) out of Lucy, by Juno out of Old Bess. 



Pedigree Register. 



Entry fee (60 cents) must accompany each entry. 
Extreme care should be taken to write names plainly. 
Blanks furnished on receipt of addressed and 1 cent 
stamped envelope. 

BEAGLES. 

2520* Chase* white, black and tan and ticked 
bitch, whelped June 16, 1882. Breeder, Mr. N. El- 
more, Granby, Conn. Owners, Messrs. A. H. Wake- 
field & Co.. Providence, B. I. 

Sire— Bingwood, by Lord de Freyne's Banter out 
of Earl Lewis's Beauty, by Biot out of Countess. 

Dam— Winnie, by Bowett's Battler (Warrior - 
Bosey) out of Belle, by Darwin out of Millie. 

Jtecord-First, New York, 1884. 

2521. pet, white, black and tan bitch, whelped 
May 29, 1888. Breeder, Mr. W. H. Todd, Vermillion, 
O. Owner, Mr. W. E. Deane, Somerset, Mass. 

Sire— Bacer, by Bowett's Bally (imported Sam- 
imported Dolly) out of Bowett's LiU, by imported 
Warrior out of Bowett's Bosey. 

Dam— Vic, by Bowett's Darwin (Bally— Bosey) out 
of Baker's Lady, by Bowett's Bock out of Baker's 
Fannie. 

2522. Ruby, white, black and tan bitch, 
whelped June 80, 1884. Breeders and owners, Messrs. 
A. H: Wakefield & Co., Providence, B. I. 

Sire- Foreman, by Bravo (Fashion— Butterfly) out 
of Honestv, by Hymen out of Moorhen. 
Dam-Bush, sister to Vixen (A.K.B. 2627). 

2623. Silver, white, black and tan bitch, 
whelped Jan. 96. 1880. Breeder, Mr. N. Elmore. 
Granby, Conn. Owners, Messrs. A. H. Wakefield & 
Co., Providence, B. I. #ww 

Sire— Flute, by Battler (Warrior— Bosey) out of 
True, by Darwin out of Maud. 

Dam— Bess, by Juno (Sport— Hornet) out of Old 
Bess, by Sport out of Lady. 

2624. Star* white, black and tan dog, whelped 
June 80, 1884. Breeders and owners, Messrs. A. H. 
Wakefield & Co., Providence, B. I. 

Litter brother to Buby (A.K.B. 3622). 

2625* Trailer (formerly Gyp), white, black 
and tan dog, whelped May 8, 1888. Breeder. Mr. 
James Satterthwaite, Jeukintown, Pa. Owner, Mr. 
Herman F. Schellhass, 6 Brevoort Place, Brooklyn, 

'Sire— Backet, by Bowett's Bally (Sam— Dolly) out 
of Louise. She out of Bosey, by Sam oat of Dolly. 
Dani—Fly (A.K.B. 1012), by imported Pet out of 



BULLDOGS. 

2528. Patti, rich tiger brindle bitch, whelped 
Jan. 7, 1884. Breeder, Mr. Watts, Northampton 
street, derkenweli, London. Owner, Mr. Thomas 
W. Mills, 106 Maple avenue, Montreal, Can. 

Sire— Toreador (E. 18,664), by Monarch (E. 9,488) 
out of BeMssima (E. 11,93.). by Sancho Panza (E. 8,- 
666) out of Bomping Girl. 

Dam— Betsy, by Gamester (E. 10,770) out of Tor- 
toise, by Tiger. 

Monarch and Gamester are full brothers, by Tur- 
ton's Crib (E. 2,606) out of Berrie's Rose, by Sepoy 
(E. 5,465) out of Old Nell, by Old King Cole (E. 2,680) 
out of Wasp. 

COLLIES. 

2529* Clipper, sable, white feet and breast, 
dog, whelped May 18, 1885. Breeder, Mr. Jas. Wat- 
son, P. O. Box 770, Philadelphia, Pa. Owners, Glen- 
coe Collie Kdnnels, East Bethlehem, Washington 
county, Pa. 

Litter brother to Lintie (A.K.B. 2459). 

2530* Den, sable and black dog, whelped Jan. 
8, 1885. Breeder and owner, Houghton Farm, Moun- 
tainville, Orange county, N. Y. 

Sire-Bex (A.K.B. 140). 

Dam— Kitty Mac (A.K.B. 589). 

2531* Flora H. f black and tan bitch, whelped 
Jan. 18, 1884. Breeder, Mr. P. Burns, St. Louis, Mo. 
Owner, Mr. Spencer H. Hewlett. Webster Groves, 
St. Louis county. Mo. 

Sire— Imported Bruce, by McDuff (Charlemagne, 
E. 10,691— Annie Laurie) out of Fly, by Firefly out of 
Beauty. 

Dam— Nelly, by imported Shep out of Fan, by im- 
ported Jack out of imported Nelly. 

2532. Haut Boy, blacx and sable dog, 
whelped Jan. 8, 1885. Breeder and owner, Houghton 
Farm, Mountainville, Orange county, N. Y. 

Sire-Bex (A.K.B. 149). 
Dam-Kitty Mac (A.K.B. 589), 

2533. Ida Nettles, sable and white bitch, 
whelped Nov. 18, 1884. Breeder, Mr. James Lindsay, 
Jersey City. N. J. Owners. Glencoe Collie Kennels. 
East Bethlehem, Washington county, Pa. 

Sire— Bex (A.K.B. 14fc). 

Dam— Jennie Nettlea (A.K.B. 1224). 

2534. Jean IH., black, blaze and white feet 
bitch, whelped February, 1884. Breeders and owners, 
Messrs. W. Atlee Burpee & Co., 475 and 477 North 
Fifth street, Philadelphia. Pa. 

fltre-Bobbie(AK.B. 2805). 
Dam— Beauty (A.K.B. 2208). 

2535. King Macbeth, black and tan dog; 
date of birth not given. Breeder, Mr. D. Z. Evans, 
Jr., German towD, Pa. Owner, Scotch Collie Kennel 
Club, Stepney, Conn. 

Sire -Imported Laddie. 

Dam— Lassie, imported in utero. 



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8536. Kitty May, black, sable and white 
bitch, whelped Jan. H, 1886. Breeder and owner, 
Houghton Farm, Mountain ville, Orange county, 

'Sire— Bex (A.K.R. 149). 
Dam— Kitty Mac (A.K.R. 639). 

8587. Rex Rob Roy, black, sable and white 
dog, whelped Jan. 8, 1886. Breeder and owner, 
Houghton Farm, Mountainville, Orange county. 

Sire— Rex (A.K.R. 149). 
Dam— Kitty Mac (A.K.R. 689). 

2588* Robin Hood, sable and white dog, 
whelped April 26, 1885. Breeder, Mr. Thos. H. Terry, 
Hempstead, L. I. Owner, Mrs. C. R. Huntington, 49 
East Twentieth street, New York. 

-Sire— Robin Adair (A.K.R. 893). 

Dam— Sheila, by Marcus (A.K.R. 8S8) out of Roth- 
era's Lassie (A.K.R. 446). 

8589. Snip Kit, black, sable and white bitch, 
whelped Jan. 6. 1886. Breeder and owner, Hough- 
ton Farm, Mountainville, Orange county, N. T. 

Sire— Rex (A.K.R. 149). 

Dam-Kitty Mac (A.K.R. 689). 

2540* Top«y R., black, sable and white bitch, 
whelped Jan. 8, 1886. Breeder and owner, Hough- 
ton Farm, Mountainville, Orange county, N. Y. 

Sire— Rex (A.K.R. 149). 

Dam-Kitty Mac (A.K.R. 639). 

854 1. Val* black, sable and white dog, whelped 
Jan. 8, 1885. Breeder and owner, Houghton Farm, 
Mountainville. Orange county, N . Y. 

Sire-Bex (A.K.R. 149>. 

Dam— Kitty Mac (A.K.R. 589). 



FOXHOUNDS. 



2542* Bluster, indigo blue and ticked dog, 
whelped Feb. 26. 1881. Pedigree furnished by Mr. W. 
E. Brodnax, White Plains. Brunswick county, Va. 
Owner, Mr. J. Conlish, 11 West Eagle St., Buffalo, N.Y. 

Sire— Epps, by Spot out of Telephone, by Lance 
out of Fashion, by Watchman out of Nelly Hardy. 
8pot, by Storm out of Neliy Hardy, by Pope's Jack- 
son out of bitch of the Hon. Nathaniel Macon's 
strain, she out of Sherron's Music of the same strain. 
Watchman, by Longstreet out of Lady Long, by Lee 
out of imported Sally Long. 

Dam— Bell, by watchman out of Hannah, by 
Watchman out of Beauty, from the pack of Cof. 
Cooper, of North Carolina. 



MASTIFFS. 

2548. Aahmont Dread, light fawn, black 
muzzle, dog, whelped Feb. 33, 1885. Breeders, Ash- 
mont Kennels, Dorchester, Mass. Owner. Mr. J. E. 
Hall, Somerville, Mass. 

Are-Hero H. (A.K.R. 646). 

Dam— E. H. Moore's Countess. 



POINTERS. 



2544, Banff, lemon and white dog, whelped 
Oct. 17, 1884. Breeder, Mr. T. B. Dorsey, Ellicott 
City, Md. Owner, Mr. Frederick G. TUton, Fort 
Edward, Washington county, N. Y. 

Sire— Nixon's Joker, Jr., by Beaufort (A.K.R. 894) 
out of Nymph, by Viscount (E. 6,069) out of Skid- 
more's Dolly. 

Dam-Viola (A.K.R. 703). 

2545. Donald H., liver and white ticked 
dog, whelped Aug. 9, 1882. Breeder, Mr. C. M. Mun- 
hall, 626 Case avenue, Cleveland, O. Owner, Clifton 
Kennels, 76 Clifton Place, Jersey City, N. J. 

Sire— A. H. Moore's Donald (E. 9,018) by Bob 
(Hamlet— Pearl) out of Sappho, from Lord Sefton's 
Kennels. 

Daw— Devonshire Lass, by Don out of Lady, both 
imported from Lord Dartmouth's Kennels. 



Record— Very high com. Cincinnati, Cleveland and 
New York; second. Chicago; first and special, Phila- 
delphia, 1884; first and special, Boston and Philadel- 
phia, third, New York, 1886. 

2546. Kate IV., lemon and white ticked bitch, 
whelped July 9, 1888. Breeder, Mr. Geo. Hildebrecht, 
Trenton, N. J. Owner, Mr. Chas. M. Riley, Trenton, 

Sire— Ritchie, by King Bow (A.K.R. 88). 
Dam— Nell, by Buster (Phil-Jule) out of Belle, by 
TeH out of Bloom. 

2547* Pilot, orange and white dog, whelped 
Aug. 8, 1880. Breeder, Mr. C. W. Littiejohn, Lees- 
burg, Va. Owner, Mr. Josiah BardweD, 076 Thir- 
teenth Place. Chicago, 111. 

Sire-Scout H , by Scout (R. H. Dulaney's imported 
dog and bitch) out of Dixie, pedigree lost. 

Dam— Spot (Dam of Frits*, by Col. Dodge's Don 
out of Grove's Bess, by Schley's imported Piro out 
of Grove's Juno. 

Record— First. Chicago, 1884; special with Frits 
for best brace at Washington, 1884. 

2548* Rita Croxteth H. f lemon and white 
bitch, whelped June 28, 1888. Breeder. Mr. Geo. L. 
V. Tyler, West Newton, Mass. Owner, Mr. J. Edward 
Hills, Newton, Mass. 

Sire— Plunkett's Snipe, by Sensation (A.K R. 217) 
out of Col burn's imported Belle. 

Dam— Rita Croxteth (A.K.R. 168). 

2549* Uno H., liver and white ticked dog, 
whelped March 80, 1886. Breeder, Mr. G. H. Nixon, 
Leesburg, Va. Owner. Mr. Charles R. Squire, 686 
River street, Troy, N. Y. 

Sire— Joker. Jr., by Beaufort (A.K.R. 094) out of 
Nymph, by Vincent (E. 6,069) out of Skidmore's 
Dolly. 

Dam -Lady Mc, by Faust (E. 6,084) out of Ger- 
trude, by Snapshot (E. 1,020) out of Elf. 



8T. BERNARDS. 

ROUOH-COATED. 

2550* Don Quixote, orange tawny, white 
markings, double dew claws, dog, whelped Dec. 2, 
1884. Breeder and owner, Mr. Leonard FT Beckwith, 
Garrtson's-on-Hudson, Putnam county, N. Y. 

Sire— Freund (A.K.R. 480). 

Dam-Brunhilde II. (A.K.R. 487). 

255 1. Elsie, tawny, white markings, double dew 
claws, bitcb, whelped Dec. 2. 1884. Breeder and own- 
er, Mr. Leonard F. Beckwith, Garrison's on Hudson, 
Putnam county, N. Y. 

Sire— Freund (A.K.R. 480). 

Dam— Brunhilde II. (A.K.R. 487). 

2552* Linda, tawny, perfect markings, double 
dew claws, bitch, whelped May 6. 1886. Breeders, 
Chequasset Kennels, Lancaster, Mass. Owner, Mr. 
Chas. H. Spring, Newton Lower Falls, Mass. 

Sire-Hermit (A.K.R. 28). 

Dam-Sombre CA.K.R. 799). 

2553* Nela, orange, white markings, double 
dew claws, bitch, whelped Dec. 2, 1884. Breeder and 
owner, Mr. Leonard F. Beckwith, Garrison 's-on-Hud- 
son. Putnam county, N. Y. 

Sire -Freund (A.K.R. 480). 

Dam-Brunhilde II. (A.K.R. 487). 

2554* Paw Paw, tawny, white markings, 
double dew claws, bitch,whelped Dec. 2, 1884. Breeder 
and owner, Mr. Leonard F. Beckwith, Garrison's-on - 
Hudson, Putnam county, N. Y. 

Sire— Freund (A.K.R. 480). 

Dam-Brunhilde II. (A.K.R. 487). 

2555* Peter the Hermit, orange tawny, 
white markings, double dew claws, dog, whelped 
Dec 2, 1884. Breeder, Mr. Leonard F. Beckwith, 
Garrison's-on-Hudson, N. Y. Owner, Dr. John S 
Bassett. White Plains. N. Y. 

Sire-Freund (A.K.R. 480). 

Dam— Brunhilde U. (A.K.R. 487). 



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2556* Rea, orange, white marking*, double 
dew claws, bitch, whelped Dec. 2, 1884. Breeder and 
owner, Mr. Leonard F. Beckwith, Garrison's-on- 
Hudson. Putnam county. N. Y. 

Mre-Freund (A.K.R. 480). 

Dam-Brunhilde IL (A.K.R. 487). 

2557* Warrior, orange, white markings, 
double dew claws, dog, whelped Dec 8, 1884. 
Breeder, Mr. Leonard F. Beckwith, Garrison's on- 
Hudson, N. Y. Owner, Mr. Joseph A. W. Pine, Cin- 
cinnati, O. 

fifire-Freund (A.K.R. 480). 

Dam— Brunhilde II. (A.K.B. 487). 



SETTERS. 
English Sbttkbs. 

2558* Buckeye U., white, chestnut and tan 
ticked dog, whelped May 80, 1884. Breeder, Mr. F. 
Wicolx. Buckeye Kennels. Dunkirk, O. Owner, Mr. 
L. Gardner. Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 

Sire-Duke, by Pontlac II. (Pontiac— Judith) out 
of Buckeye Belle, by imported Belton out of Bonnie. 

Dam— Fanny, by Sport ([Don— Polly) out of Lucy, 
by imported Belton out of Floss. 

2559. Comedy, black, white and tan dog, 
whelped July 24, 1884. Breeder, Mr. T. F. Taylor. 
Richmond, Va. Owner. Mr. W. Henry Colquitt, 880 
West Grace street, Richmond, Va. 

/Sire— Dashing Rover, by Dash II. out of Noma. 
Dam— Trinket, by Crack (Carlowite— True) out of 
Diana, by Leicester out of Doll. 

2560. Counters Wind'em, black and white 
and ticked bitch, whelped Dec. 25, 1883 Breeder, Mr. 
D. A. Goodwin, Newburyport, Mass. Owner, Mr. C. 
E Wallin. Montgomery, Ala. 

Sire— Roderick II., by Roderick (Count Dick- 
Phantom) out of Noma, by Llewellin's Dan out of 
Nellie. 

Dam— Jennie, by Carlowftz (Dash— Countess) out 
of Rose, by Rob Roy out of Victress. 

2561* Count On-him, white, black and tan 
dog, whelped March 88, 1866. Breeder, Mr. John 
Bolus, Wooster, O. Owner, Mr. L. Gardner, Mount 
Vernon. N. Y. 

Sire— Blue Dick, by Blue Dash (Pride of the Border, 
A.K.R. 896— Dora) out of Jolly May, by Rob Roy out 
of Pocahontas. 

Dam— Burlesque, by imported Belton (8yke's Dash 
—Daisy) out of Verner's Rose, by LeMoyn's Don out 
of his May. 

2562. Duke Roderick, lemon and white 
dog, whelped May 11, 1886. Breeder, Mr. W. W. Wil- 
son. BiUerica, Mass. Owner, Mr. F. B. Towne, South 
Hadley Falls, Mass. 

Sire— Cid, by Dash in. (Blue Prince— Old Kate) out 
of Opal, by Rake out of Fancy. 

Dam— Floy, by imported Dashing Lion (Dash II.— 
Leda) out of Armida, by Leicester out of Pocahon- 
tas. 

2563* Fern, white, lemon patch on one eye, 
bitch, whelped Oct. 7, 1884. Breeder, Mr. W. Tall- 
man, South Attleboro, Mass. Owner, Mr. F. D. Free- 
man, Central Falls, R. I. 

Sire— Foreman, by Dashing Monarch (Dash II.— 
Countess Moll) out of Fairy IL, by Victor out of 
Blue Daisy. 

Dam— Nettie B., by Mark (Druid— Star) out of 
Rose, of stock imported by Mr. Jackson in Canada. 

2564* Fredreeka, black, white and ticked 
bitch, Whelped May 11, 188V Breeder and owner, 
Mr. W. Weston Wilson, Billerica, Mass. 

Litter sister to Duke Roderick (A.K.R. 8668). 

2565* Katie, black and tan, white feet and 
breast, bitch, whelped March 80, 1880. Breeder, Mr. 
J. C. Loder, Wilmington. N. C. (formerly Chatta- 
nooga. Tenn.). Owner. Mr. J. H. Brown, Wilming- 
ton, N. C. 



Are- Vance's Captain, by Frank (Carlos— Bettie) 
out of Biddie, by Carlos out of Betiie. 

Dom— Mittle, by Captain (Frank— Biddie) out of 
Milliken's Vic, Jr., by Jake's Duke, Jr. out of Payne's 
Vic, 8r. 

2566. Louise, black, white and tan bitch, 
whelped May 88, 188S. Breeder and owner, Mr. F. 
D. Freeman. Central Falls, R. L , 

Mrs— Mack B., by Dick Laverack (Thunder— Peer- 
ess) out of Twilight, by Gladstone out of Mersey. 

Dam— Beauty, by Arlington (Pratt's Dan— Hbocrt's 
Ruby) out of St. Celia/by Afton (Adam's Rock- 
Flora II.) out of Rose, by Dan oat of Sterling's Fan- 
nie. 

2567. Mavis, black, white and tan bitch, 
whelped March *1, 1886. Breeders, Rancocaa Ken- 
nels, Jobstown, N. J. Owner. Mr. John 8. Clark, 
New Brunswick, N. J. 

Sire— Gladstone, by Llewellin's Dan (Duke— 
Rhoebe) out of Petrel, by Prince out of Ull. 

Dam— Lavalette, by Druid (Prince— Dora) out of 
Princess Draco, by Rob Roy out of Uvy. 

2568. Mephistopheles, black and white j 
dog, whelped Feb. 8, 1866. Breeder, Mr. 8. P.Olmated 
Ooudersport, Pa. Owner, Mr. 8. D. Ames, Geneva, 

Sire— Thomas K. (A.K.R 8066). 
Dam-Cora Belle (A.K.R 8048). 

2569. Mack A., white, black head, and ticked 
dog, whelped Not. 10, 1884. Breeder, Dr. 8. E. Bur- 
roughs, Allison, la. 0*ner, Mr. Wm. Marshall, 
Fremont. Dodge county, Neb. 

Sire— Clock's St. Julian, by Count Blythe (Good- 
sell's Prince- Demuth's Snip) out of Blue Lill, by 
Blue Dash out of Dr. Parson's Flpp. 

Dam— Burrough's Iowa Girl, by Ranger out of 
Boyd's Iowa Queen, by Bergundthal's Rake out of 
Boyd's Daisey. Ranger is by Brussels out of a bitch 
Mr. A. C. Waddell says was half native and one- 
half Leicester and Dart. 

2570. Penobscot, lemon and white dog, 
whelped May 88, 1886. Breeder and owner, Mr. F. 
D. Freeman, Central Falls, R I. 

Litter brother to Louise (A.K R. 8606). 

2571* Pet Allen, orange and white dog, 
whelped Jan. 1, 1886. Breeder, Mr. O. J. Swain, 
Melrose, Mass. Owner, Dr. E. P. Kremer, Lebanon, 
Pa. 

Sire— Brackett's Don, by Bowdftch's Jobny (Ethan 
Allen's Fag— Bowditch's Roxy) out of Brackett's 
Fern, by Fag out of Ethan Allen's Chum. 

Dam— Swain's Maud, by Winter's imported Carlo 
out of Vinal's Nellie. 

2572. Queen Rake, lemon and white bitch, 
whelped Sept. 80, 1888. Breeder. Mr. T. J. O'Neil* 
Louisville, Ky. Owner, Mr. H. J. Chambers, Louis- 
ville, Ky. 

Sire— Imported Dashing Rake, by Dash IL (Blue 
Prince— Armstrong's Old Kate) out of Noma, by Dan 
out of Nellie). 

Dam— Nellie, by imported Lincoln (Dan— Lill II.) 
out of Lady Godfva, by Paris out of Peart 

2573* Roxie, white, black and tan bitcb r 
whelped July 18, 1888. Breeder, Mr. The*. D. 
Geogbegan, Louisville, Ky. Owner, Mr. H. J. Cham- 
bers, Louisville. Ky. 

Sire— Belton II., by Belton (Syke's Dash— Bell II.) 
out of Daisy, by Field's Duke out of Starter's Rhoebe. 

Dam— Cricket, by Imported Penn (Fletcher's Rock 
—Fussy) out of Bessy Lee, by Bergundthal's Rake 
out of Fanny. 

2574* Roxie Gladstone, white, black and 
ran bitch, whelped June 80, 1886. Breeder, Mr. EL 
J. Chambers, Louisville, Ky. Owner, Mr. 8. J. 
Banks, Henderson, Ky. 

Sire— Trump, by champion Gladstone (Dan- 
Petrel) out of Countess Keys. 

Dam— Roxie (A.K.R. 8678). 



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2675. William, lemon and white dog, whelped 
May 28, 1886. Breeder and owner, Mr. F. D. Free- 
man, Central Falls, R. I. 

Litter brother to Louise (A.K.R. 2566). 

Gordon Bettors. 

8576* Boy 9 black and tan dog, whelped Aug. 
10, 1884. Breeder and owner, Mr. James B. Blossom, 
Morrisania, New York city. 

Sire-Turk (A.K.R. 717). 

Dam— Juno (A.K.R. 894). 

8577. PattieB.. black and tan bitch, whelped 
July 28, 1884. Breeder. Capt. J. P. Fitzgerald, 11 
Lake street, Chicago, 111. Owner, Mr. Joseph Bard- 
well, 676 Thirteenth Place, Chicago, 111. 

Sire— Ch spin's Duke, by Grouse (Ben— Imported 
Grace) out of Smith's Bella, by imported Smut out of 
Wiliard*8 bitch. 

Dam— Fitzgerald's Topsey, by Capt. Mack's Bell 
(imported Smut— Felton's Imported Belle) out of 
Henry's Fannie, by Thomas's Shot out of imported 
Dimple. 

Record— First, jmppy class (shown as Puttie), and 
special for best Gordon bitch, Chicago, 1885. 

8578* Ton Toil* black and tan bitch, whelped 
Feb. 7, 1885. Breeder and owner, Mr. James B. Blos- 
som, Morrisania, New York city. 

Sire-Nip (A.K.R. 506). 

Dam -Juno (A.K.R. 894). 

Irish Setters. 

8579. Garry, red dog, whelped Oct. 16, 1884. 
Breeder, Mr. Thomas D. Husted, Peekskill, N. Y. 
Owner, Mr. R. A. Spalding, Wilkesbarre, Luzerne 
county, Pa., 78 North Franklin street 

Sire— Glencho, by Elcho (A.K.R. 895) out of Noreen 
<A.K.R. 897). 

Dam— Red Lassie, by Rory O'More (Ireland) out 
of Queen Nellie (Ireland), by Mullen out of Red 
Hook. Rory O'More, by the first prize winner at 
Bally Connell, Ireland, in 1884, out of Lough Etne. 

Record-Second, Philadelphia, 1885. 

8580. Glenelcho, dark red dog, whelped 
April 8, 1885. Breeder. Mr. A. C. Stott, Stottville, N. 
Y? Owner, Mr. J. B. Stevens, Jr., Dover, N. H. 

Sire— Glencho, by Elcho (A.K.R. 895) out of Noreen 
(A.K.R. 897). 

Dam— Red Maud, by Larry (Elcho, A.K.R. 895- 
Rose, A.K.R. 898) out of Husted's imported Red 
Lassie. See No. 8579. 

8681* Goldy, red bitch, whelped June 8, 1880. 
Breeder, Mr. T. P. Montgomery, Harrisburg, Pa. 
Owner. Dr. J. R. Housel, Watsontown, Pa. 

Sire— Elcho (A.K.R. 895). 

Dam— Elsie, by Humphrey's Mac (Plunket, E. 1,747 
— Farrar's, Carrie) out of Dunham's Belle, by Rob- 
inson's Jack out of Belle Mead. 

8582* Norah H., red bitch, whelped April 8, 
1885. Breeder, Dr. Wm. Jarvls, Ciaremont, N. H. 
Owner, Mr. R. M. Gibson, St. John, N. B. 

Sire— Elcho. Jr., by Elcho (A.K.R. 895) out of No- 
reen (A.K.R. 897). 

Dam-Noreen (A.K.R. 897). 

8588. Tara, dark red bitch, whelped Aug. 7, 
1884. Breeders, Ashmont Kennels, 1,101 Tremont 
street, Boston. Owner, Mr. Jas. B. Blossom, Morris- 
ania, New York city. 

Sire-Nimrod (A.K.R. 681). 

Dam— Sweetheart (A.K.R. 299). 



SPANIELS. 
Cooker Spaniels. 

2584. Alice Obo, solid black bitch, whelped 
April 80, 1885. Breeder, Mr. J. P. Willey, Salmon 
Falls, N. H. Owner, Mr. W. H. Tuck, WUkesbarre, 
Pennsylvania. 

Sire— Oho, Jr. (A.K.R. 1481). 

Dam— Phonsie (AIR. 1482). 



2585* King Coal* black dog, whelped March 
15, 1885. Breeders, Hornell Spaniel Club, Hornells- 
ville, N. Y. Owner, Mr. Wm. west, Camden, N. J. 

Wre-Hornell Silk (A K ft. 1897:. 

Dam— Hornell Belle (A.K.R. 1678). 

2586. Silk H„ Hack dog, whelped Sept. 10, 
1884. Breeders, Hornell Spaniel Club, Hornellsville, 
N. Y. Owner, Mr. Geo. C. Hanford, Syracuse, N. Y. 

Are— Hornell Silk (A.K.R. 1897). 

Dam— Hornell Nellie, by imported Garnet out of 
imported Nell. 

TERRIERS. 
Bull-Terriers. 

8587. Rum, white, tan spot over left eye, 
dog, whelped Feb. 7, 1888 Breeder, Mr. W. D. 
Holsapple, Hudson, N. Y. Owner, Mr. E. L. Bailey. 
PittsfieW, Mass. 

Sire— Imported Ned. 
Dam— Imported Daisey. 

8588. Young Baroness, white bitch, 
whelped September, 1882. Breeder, Mr. Fred Hinks, 
Birmingham, Eng. Owner, Mr. Thos. R. Varick, 
Manchester, N. H. 

Sire— Baron (E. 18,076), by Dutch (Old Victor- 
Countess) out of Lucy, by White Prince out of Puss. 

Dam— Lurline, by Mark-eyed Young Victor (Old 
Victor— Puss) out of champion Countess, by Young 
Gambler out of Old Daisy. 



Breeding Register. 

# 

Entry free. Extreme care should be taken to write 
names plainly. Blanks furnished on receipt of ad- 
dressed and fcent stamped envelope. 

[Notice. —Stud visits cannot be inserted in the same 
Register with a record of the result of the visit. The 
Produce Register then covers the Breeding Register, 
and to get insertion in the latter, notice must be sent 
in time for a preceding number of the Register.] 

BEAGLES. 
Una— Bannerman.— Dr. E. B. Weston's Una 
(A.K.R. 1824) was bred to Mr. A. C. Krueger's 
Bannerman (A.K.R. 1709) on June 8. 

COLLIES. 
Flora— Laddie.— Mr. J. McCain's Beauty III. 
(A.K.R. 8808) was bred to Messrs. W. Atlee Burpee 
& Co.'s Bobbie (A.K.R. 2205) on July 1. 

Gypsie-Bon Nevis).— Mr. James Connor's 
Gvpsie was bred to Mr. J. D. Shotwell's Ben Nevis 
(A.K.R. 8891) on May 15. 

Janet— Ben Nevis)*— Mr. C. C. Nichols's Janet 
was bred to Mr. J. D. Shotwell's Ben Nevis (A.K.R. 
8891) on July 1. 

Lady Mae-Ben Nevis.-Mr. J. G. Gard- 
ner's Lady Mac was bred to Mr. J. D. Shotwell's Ben 
Nevis (A.K.R. 8891) on June 88. 

MASTIFFS. 

Calypso — Hero H.— City view Kennels' 
Calypso (A.K.R. 1496), was bred to Ashmont Kennels' 
Hero II. (A.K.R 545) on June 18. 

Jewess— DeBuch.— Mr. John W. Meneley's 
Jewess was bred to Mr. W. Wade's DeBuch (A.K.R. 
1508) on June 85. 

PUGS. 

Bess-Bradford Ruby.-Mr. F. E. Parker's 
Bess (A.K.R. 1985) was bred to City View Kennels' 
Bradford Ruby (E. 18,884) on June 19. 

Daisy EL- Bradford Ruby.-City View 
Kennels 7 Daisy II. (A.K.R. 1861) was bred to their 
Bradford Ruby (E. 18,884) on July 1. 



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Musette — Bradford Ruby* — Mr. Jesse 

Welch's Musette (A.K.R. 1598) was bred to City View 
Kennels 1 Bradford Ruby (E 18,884) on Jane 29. 

Toodles— Tuck.— Mr. Geo. W. Dixon's Toodles 
(A.K.R. 8147) was bred to Mr. C. Henry Amsdens 
Tuck on July 7 and 8. 

ST. BERNARDS. 

ROUGH-COATSD. 

Margery— Rene.— Mr. James Watson's Mar- 
_ (ATK.R. 1672) was bred to Mr. J. W. Burgess's 
ene (A.K.R. 410) on July 21. 

SETTERS. 
English Betters. 
Daisy Queen— Druid* Jr. — Mr. Howard 
Hartley's Daisy Queen was bred to his Druid, Jr. 

(Druid— Swaze). 

terriers, 
Bull-Terriers. 
Victoria-Grand Duke.— Mr. T. R. Yarick's 
Victoria (A.E.R. 1898) was bred to Messrs. R. & W. 
Livingston's Grand Duke (A.K.R. 524) on July 22. 

Young Venom-Dutch, Jr.— Mr. E. Lever's 
Young Venom was bred to Mr. Dudgeon's Dutch, Jr. 
(A.K.R. 1887) on June 10. 



Produce Register. 



Entry free. Extreme care should be taken to 
write names plainly. Blanks furnished on receipt 
of addressed and 1 cent stamped envelope. 

BEAGLES. 
Bessy — Bunny. — Mr. Haven Doe's Bessy 
(A.K.R. 1117) whelped two dogs and two bitches on 
June 21. Color, white, black and tan; all dead. 
Sired by Mr. Haven Doe's Bunny. 

COLLIES. 
Jean III.— Bobbie.— Messrs. Atlee Burpee & 
Co. '8 Jean HI. (A.K.R. 2584) whelped one dog and 
five bitches on June 23. Color, black, tan and white. 
Sired by their Bobbie (A.K.R. 2205). 

DEERHOUNDS. 
The Banshee— Roderick Dhu.-Mr. C B. 

Gilbert's The Banshee (A.K.R. 1288) whelped two 
dogs and nine bitches on July 6. Color, fawn and 
brindle. Sired by Dr. W. H. Carmalt's Roderick 
Dhu (imported Mona- imported Lupus). 

POINTERS. 
Flirt II.— Meteor.— Amory R. Starr's Flirt 
II. (A.K.R. 2229) whelped two dogs and four bitches 
on July 30. Color, liver and white. Sired by cham- 
pion Meteor. . 

Tempe— Glick.-Mr. A. R.Starr's Tempe (A.K.R. 
2240) whelped seven dogs and one bitch on Maj 21. 
Color, four liver dogs, two black and white dogs, 
one black dog and one black bitch. Sired by Mr. J. 
PatFlaurnoysGlick(A.K.R. 2231). 

PUGS. 
Flossy— Bradford Ruby.— City View Ken- 
nels' Flossy (A.K.R. 2250) whelped three dogs and 
four bitches on July 18. All correctly marked. Sired 
by their Bradford Ruby. 

Peggie— Treasure.— Mr. G. Gillivan's Peggie 
(A.K.R. 1804) whelped five bitches on July 24. Color, 
fawn, black points and trace. Sired by Mr. C. Leon- 
hard's Treasure (A.K.R. 472). 

SETTERS. 
English Setters. 
Cad Ii«— Donxel.— Mr. A. R. Place's Cad L. 



(A.K.R. 1465) wbelped four doors and five bitches on 
July 25. 8ired by Mr. T. M. Steele's Doozel (A.K.B. 
816). 

Floy-Cid.— Mr. W.Weston Wilson's Floy (A.K.R. 
2058) whelped three dogs and seven bitches on May 
11. Color, whit* and black and white. Sired by Mr. 
F.L.8anford'sCid. 

Lilly Queen-Douel.-Mr.' T. M. Steele's 
Lilly Queen whelped one dog and three bitches on 
July 14. Sired by his Donzel (A.K.R. 816). 

Irish Setters. 

Killarney TX-Glencho.— Mr. E. W. Taylor's 
KiUarney II. (A.K.R. 1850) whelped two dogs and six 
bitches on May 16. Color, solid red. Sired by Mr. 
Pierce's Glencho. 

SPANIELS. 
Field and Cocker Spaniels. 

Critic— Obo H.— Mr. W. O. Partridge's Critic 
(A.K.R. 808) wbelped one dog and seven bitches on 
July 10. Color, black, some with white star on chest. 
Sired by Mr. J. P. Willey's Obo II. (A.K.R. 482). 

Miss Nance— Obo H.— Mr. 8. R. Heming- 
way's Miss Nance (A.K.R. 1813) whelped three dogs 
and two bitches on June 26. Color, three black, two 
solid white. Sired by Mr. J. P. Willey's champion 
Obo II. * 

Newton Abbot Lady-Black Prince- 
Mr. A. Clinton Wilmerding's Newton Abbot Lady 
(Bend Or— Lady Bird) whelped five dogs and four 
bitches on July 11. Color, seven chestnut and two 
black (three dogs dead). Sired by owner's Black 
Prince. 

Snow-Champion Obo.-Mr. G. N. Leaven's 

Snow (A.K.R. ¥51?) whelped one dog and five bitches 
on July 1. Color, four tolid black, two small spot 
on breast. Sired by Mr. Jas. F. Farrow's Champion 
Obo (E. 10,452). 

Tolande-Obo II.-Mr. W. H. Tuck's Yolande 
(A.K.R. 528) whelped five dogs and three bitches on 
July 2. Color, black, with white spot on breast (two 
dogs and two bitches since dead). 8ired by Mr. J. 
P. Willey's Obo II. (A.K.R. 432;. 

TERRIERS. 

Irish Terriers. 

Sheila — Slasher. — The Maizeland Kennels* 

Sheila (A.K.R. 137) wbelped two dogs and three 

bitches on July 8. Color, red. Sired by J. Coleman 

Drayton's Slasher. 



Sale Register. 

« 

TRANSFERS OF STOCK. 

Entry free. Extreme care should be taken to write 
names plainly. Blanks furnished on receipt of ad 
dressed and 1 cent stamped envelope. 

COLLIES. 
Clipper.— The Glencoe Collie Kennels have pur- 
chased Mr. James Watson's (Philadelphia, Pa.) dog 
Clipper (imported in utero), by "v r. George R. Krehl's 
Eclipse out of Nesta (A.K.R. 1494). 

Nesta— Eclipse Puppy.— Mr. J. D. Shotwell 
las purchased of Mr. James Wa 



has purchased of Mr. James Watson (Philadelphia, 
Pa.) a dark sable and white puppy, by Mr. Krebl's 
Eclipse out of Nesta (A.K.R. 1494), whelped May 18. 

Prep— Tom Puppy.— Mr. Gerald Huerman 
(Oak Park, Bl.) has purchased of Mr. John Kidston 
a bitch puppy, whelped April 28, by Tom out of Prep 
(A.K.R. 1574). F 



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ITALIAN GREYHOUNDS. 

Nellie.- Mr. Henry C. Burdick (Springfield, 
Mass.) has purchased Mr. J. S. Moorbouse's (Taun- 
ton, Mass.) bitch Nellie, by imported Dick out of im- 
ported Pinkie. 

Tottle.— Mr. H. Van Deusen (Saratoga, N. Y.) 
has purchased Mr. W. H. Ctook's (Saratoga, N.Y.) 
bitch Tottie, by Silk Socks out of Zelpha (A.K.R. 
3889). 

SETTERS. 

English Setters. 

Emperor Fred.-Dr. 8. Fleet Speir has pur- 
chased Mr. E. A. Herzberg's Emperor Fred (A.K.R. 
88). 

Tjfea.li.— Mr. G. F. Clark (Diamond State Kennel*) 

(StTGeoree's, Del.) has purchased Mr. J. R. Housel's 

(Wateontown, Fa.) bitch Leah (A.K.R. 1284). 

8PANIELS. 

Field and Cocker Spaniels. 

Dora.— Mr. L. E. Bouley (Richardson, Me.) has 
purchased Mr. W. G. Furness's (Ogdensburg, N. Y.) 
bitch Dora. 

Og.— Mr. H. T. Newberry (Detroit, Mich. ) has pur- 
chased Mr. S. R. Hemingway's (New Haven, Conn.) 
dog Og(A.K.R. 1878). _ ^ 

^ R TERRIERS, n 

Irish Terriers. 
Moya.— Mr. Louis A.Shaw (Newton Center,Mass.) 
has purchased the Maixeland Kennels 1 (Red Hook, 
N. Y.) bitch Moya (A.K.R. 8885). 

ON SALE. 

Entry fee (60 cents for U words or less, additional 
words Scents each) must accompany entry. Extreme 
care should be taken to write names plainly. Blanks 
furnished on receipt of addressed and 1 cent stamped 
envelope. , 

PUGS. 
Toodles (A.K.R. 2147), in whelp to Tuck. Bred 
by Mrs. Lawrence Booth, Vicar's Cross, Chester, 
England. Sire, L. Booth's champion Comedy. Dam, 
Lady, impor ed and owned by C. H. Amsden, Roch- 
ester N. Y. Toodles has black points, and weighs 
less than 10 pounds. A few pug dogs for sale. Ad- 
dress Geo. W. Dixon, Worcester, Mass. P. O. Box, 
188. 

Stud Register. 

— ♦ — 

Entry fee (SO cents for 25 words or less; additional 
words « cents each) must accompany the entry. Ex- 
treme care should be taken to write names plainly. 
Blanks furnished on receipt of addressed and 1 cent 
stamped envelope. 

BEAGLES. 

Trailer, formerly Gyp. See registry entry this 
month for pedigree and show record. Circulars 
free. Fee $10. Apply to Herman Schellhass, 6 Bre- 
voort place, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

COLLIES. 

Bounce.— The only son of Tramp (sire of Tramp 
II., Scottish Hero, etc.) in the country. Remarkably 
small ears, correctly carried; grand coat of the 
proper texture, and excellent legs and feet. A sure 
stock getter. Fee $15. Jas. Watson, P. O. Box 770, 

Fox-Terriers. 
Brokenhurst Spice II. (A.K.R. i486, E. 18,- 
886), white body, black and tan on head, by Broken- 
hurst 8pice (E.12,278) out of Deacon Ruth (E. 11,208). 
Fee $15. Apply to R. Ives Crocker, Lenox, Mass. 



Corrections. 



All persons are urged to use extreme care to write 
plainly. Entries must be made on the blanks fur- 
nished for the purpose. Subscribers should note the 
corrections against the original entry. 

2323. Goffa H.— Date of birth April 7, 1883. 

2329. Zelpha* -Whelped May 2, 1882. Owner, 
Mrs. Henry C. Burdick. 

2404. Me-Too.— In record strikeout "National 
Breeders 1 Show" and insert "Boston, 1885." 

24 1 5. Nell of Effort!.— 1» a bitch. She is the 
dam of Champion Glee. 

2463.— This should be Scot II., Scot being already 
registered as No. 2828. The breeder of the latter 
should be altered to C. L. Kimball, Jr. 

2479.-ShouldbeSportII. See 2888. 

In Sales, July number, pointers, Dr. Rnsbach 
bought Daisy Murdock from Mr. Wilms. This error 
was made through not using our form of transfer, 
and we have this month returned many for alter- 
ation. If it is not worth the trouble to our sub- 
scribers to send on their entries in proper shape, it is 
not worth imposing upon us the necessity of correct- 
ing them. We make no charge for sale, breeding, or 
produce notices, but insist on correctness.— Ed. 

DEATHS. 
1896. Beauty.— Strangulated hernia. 
2470. Countess Frits.— Pleuro-pneumonia. 
2478. Prince Cliff.— Pleuro-pneumonia. 



Mr. Kyle's Collie Pedigrees. 

Editor American Kennel Register: 

In the May issue of the Register you. having 
heard from Mr. Kyle, endeavored to clear away 
the charges I made in the March number 
against Mr. Kyle and his collie pedigrees. You 
called upon Mr. Kyle to furnish evidence of the 
truthfulness of his pedigrees. I have waited 
two months for his reply and it is not forth- 
coming. Now, Mr. Editor, I am not satisfied 
with either your explanation or with Mr. Kyle's 
silence, andl again press the charges originally 
made and submit herewith what 1 deem to be 
clinching evidence. 

In the first place, with regard to Juno II. , 
Mr. Kyle says, "I never wrote to Mr. Dennis 
that my pup died.' 1 In his letter to me, dated 
Feb. 13, 1884, he says. "With sorrow I inform 
you my bitch pup is dead." The original letter, 
marked "A," is annexed herewith. Now, there 
is no mistaking these words, the "pup is dead." 

In the second place, whether Mr. Kyle sold 
the bitch to Mr. Aitken, or whether he left her 
with him to be served, is immaterial ; the point 
at issue is whether he knowingly and purposely 
gave Mr. Aitken a false pedigree of the pup. At 
my suggestion Mr. Aitken wrote to Mr. Kyle 
to confirm the pedigree as it was given to him 
and published in the W. K. C. dog show- 
catalogue. Mr. Kyle replied under date of 
May 19, 1884, reiterating what he had before 
stated to Mr. Aitken regarding Juno II., and 
says "that bitch is imported," and sends a 
written pedigree, the same as was published in 
the catalogue. Again, further on he says. 
''Last December I bought a bitch pup from Mr. 
Dennis * * * after I got it three days the 
pup died." The original letter and written 
pedigree marked "B" and "C" are annexed 



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herewith. Now, Mr. Editor, do not these let- 
ters prove that Mr. Kyle not only desired to 
convey the impression, bat actually did assert, 
that the bitch pup I sold him had died? 

In the third place, Mr. Kyle says he never 
authorized the entry of Juno II. at the New 
"York show. That may be so, but at the same 
time he was fully aware of the fact that Mr. 
Aitken was going to enter the bitch under the 
pedigree which he (Kyle) had fabricated, and 
ne (Kyle) did not object. This appears from 
the letter herewith annexed, marked "D" 
(Kyle to Aitken). But, Mr. Editor, Mr. Kyle 
acknowledges to you that this bitch which Ait- 
ken had at the show was the very one he had 
purchased from me. Do you not see now "any 
xraud on his partr What Mr. Kyle was to 

fain by his misrepresentation he alone knows, 
ut that he did wilfully practice the part of a 
fraud is now a proved fact. 

In regard to the other pup that Mr. Kyle 
purchased of me, he wrote me that he had 
sent it to Canada; he wrote Aitken that he had 
sent it to Canada and that "it died four days 
after arrival." Yet Mr. Kyle in the December 
Register enters Nelson II., 1750, as the pup I 
sold him. Which am I to believe, that the pup 
died or that it lives? 

As to the pedigrees of Sweep and Drive, Mr. 
Kyle's assertion that he imported these dogs 
and that their pedigrees are correct, is not 
enough. Mr. Kyle cannot prove their pedi- 
grees and he knows it. "A man who will lie 
will steal, 7 ' and I boldly press the charge that 
Mr. Kyle has appropriated these pedigrees 
from the written pedigree I originally sent 
!him. To wbat extent Mr. Kyle has been trad- 
ing on these fabricated pedigrees 1 do not know, 
but I observe that there nave been quite a 
number of collies accepted by you for registra- 
tion, and descended from these very dogs 
whose pedigrees I have questioned, and given 
you good reasons to suspect the correctness and 
truthfulness of them. There is no persecution 
In this matter, except that showing up frauds 
is persecution. It is to the interests of all hon- 
orable breeders of pure-bred dogs, and espe 
cially in the interests of the American Kennel 
Register that this expose* has been made. If 
registration is not to be protected against such 
ruthless and flagrant misrepresentation as Mr. 
Kyle is guilty of, then the Register is worse 
than useless. 

Mr. Geo. Aitken, who is an honorable man 
and holds a trustworthy position, writes me in 
relation to this matter: "I agree with you in 
thinking it not only a duty, but a privilege, to 
assist in protecting ourselves from fraud." 

To summarize, Mr. Editor, I claim that Mr. 
Kyle has been proved by the evidence herewith 
submitted to be untruthful, first, in stating 
that the bitch had died: second, in stating that 
the bitch was imported; third, in giving Mr. 
Aitken a falsified pedigree: and, furthermore, 
unless he can prove the pedigrees of Sweep and 
Drive, he stands guilty of—well, appropriating 
-what does not belong to him. 

Under these circumstances, it is impossible for 
you to tell where Mr. Kyle's entries in the Reg- 
ister are truthful ana where they are not. 
There is, then, but one thing to be done in jus- 
tice to the reputable breeders who support the 
Register and make it what it should be, a 
faithful record of true pedigrees, and that is to 



cancel and expunge all of Mr. Kyle's entries 
and all dogs descended from his entries, and 
prohibit any further registration by him. 

Martin Dunns. 
97 Rsaoe Stbbbt, New York City. 

[The original letters of Mr. Kyle fully bear 
out the statements made by Mr. Dennis. On 
Feb. 13, 1884, Mr. Kyle wrote Mr. Dennis, "with 
sorrow I inform you the bitch pup is dead " and 
again on May 19, 1884, he wrote to Mr. Aitken, 
"the pup was only very smalL and after I got 
it three days the pup died.' 1 That is perfectly 
conclusive evidence that the statement, made 
by Mr. Kyle to us, that the bitch was dying 
when he wrote it was dead but that it subse- 
quently recovered, is false. Mr. Kyle did send 
to us the name of the person from whom, or 
through whom he obtained his dogs Sweep and 
Drive, and we wrote to the direction given, but 
have received no reply. On one of the letters 
submitted to us, that of April 9, Mr. Kyle says 
he purchased Juno of Dr. James, of Kirby 
Lonsdale, and we will write to that gentleman 
as soon as we can get a copy of the present 
Register to send him, together with the pre- 
vious numbers referring to these pedigrees and 
ask him to advise us as to their correctness. 
There seems to be little room for doubt 
that the pedigrees as supplied by Mr. Kyle are 
erroneous, buc we will await Dr. James's reply 
before adopting the course we are called upon 
by Mr. Dennis to take and which is the only 
proper one if there is even one pedigree proved 
raise. It is perhaps proper for us to say that 
our reason for, in a measure, shielding Mr. 
Kyle or placing a favorable construction on his 
explanation was that he is not a well educated 
person. Many of the names he spells very 
badly, and not desiring to do any injustice to 
one whose main fault might be caused by 
ignorant blunders, we gave him what assist- 
ance we could to clear the matter up by with- 
holding immediate condemnation. Now that 
it is conclusively proved that Mr. Kyle did not 
tell us the truth respecting the bitch pup, the 
onus is on his shoulders and no half way ex- 
planations will suffice. As Dr. James will see 
the necessity of immediate action being taken 
by us, we dont doubt but that we will be 
enabled to publish his reply in the (September 
Register. If it is against Mr. Kyle then all 
his entries as well as those of dogs bred by him 
will be cancelled and his name placed on the 
blacklist— Ed.] 



Show Distemper. 

Editor American Kennel Register: 

The Philadelphia show was a serious loss to 
me, as since my return I have lost by distem- 
per my young English setter dog Wayne 
(A.K.R. 1620). I also lost a Dash III. pup. Both 
were fine dogs and full of promise. Floss EL 
was down also, but is convalescing. I blame 
the veterinarian for allowing the Irish dog 
Glen Elcho to remain in the building after hS 
owner had requested leave to remove him. He 
was but two benches from Floss H. No more 
dog shows for me when those in authority will 
allow a contagion so great to remain. 

J. R. Housejl. 
Watbontowk, Pa. 



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The Spaniel Bozique. 

MR. M. P. McKOON has evidently recon- 
sidered his intention of suing the Amer- 
ican Kennel Register for libel and is now in- 
clined to accept our terms, whereby he can 
once more get dogs, bred by him, registered in 
•our columns. In the June Register our con- 
clusion was emphasized by saying: "We are 
firm in the position we have taken that we will 
not register any dogs owned by him (McKoon) 
until the Bozique business is satisfactorily 
•cleared up." This brought him to terms, as the 
following communications show: 

Franklin, Del. Co., N. Y., July 8, 1885. 
Editor American Kennel Register: 

Dxab Snt— The widow of Robt. K. Kamp, deceased, 
who imported the cocker dog Bozique, has just been 
vfeiting us here at my house, and for her amusement 
1 have read over all the Kxnnkl Register Bozique 
matter to her. the pedigree and all rbe particulars 
that I have of him; and as she coincides with me in 
its correctness, 1 hid her sign the inclosed corrobo- 
ration of the facts, and although the dog is not mine 
nor never [sic] was. and it is nothing chat I care 
about at ail, yet I inclose it in order that you may 
nave no excuse for acting unjustly with outside 
sportsmen who have taken an interest in his blood. 
I noticed your remarks in last Register regarding 
him, and did not expect to give it any attention ; but 
as this proof, in her visit, came to hand so unexpe>-t 
edly, I thought I would utilize it for the benefit of 
others as well as yourself, thai your excuse for 
giving him io justice may be renoved. 

M. P. McKoon 
Editor American Kennel Register: 

The cocker spaniel doe Bozique Is owned by my- 
«elf , and was brought to this country by my deceased 
husband and myself when he was only a few weeks 
of age. Mr. McKoon has given you his history and 
pedigree correctly. I know his parents to be Mr. 
Mctiowan's cockers Olyde and Glen. Mr. McQowan 
then lived in Edinburgh, Scotland, but was to move 
to Canada the following spring. Mr. Kamp knew 
his history further back, but I do not for certain. 
Mrs. R. K. Kamp. 

Mr. McKoon may think the foregoing ample, 
but we do not The more letters he writes the 
more does he contradict himself, until we are 
unable to tell which story is the truth and 
which the lie. He now savs he never owned 
the dog, whereas he stated in one of his abusive, 

Sersonal letters tnat he had parted with the 
og. but on account of the immense demand 
for nis services caused by our exposure he had 
bought him back again. A man who would 
prevaricate in this manner is not likely to stop 
at that. As to the proof submitted, it is not 
satisfactory. We have but Mr. McKoon's word 
that there is any such person as Mrs. R. K. 
Xamp. True, we have the above statement 
signed in that manner, but if we were requested 
to give our opinion as to the signature we 
should say it was written by some young school- 
boy. "We require proof, to begin with, that 
there is such a person in existence as Mrs. R. K. 
Kamp. We asked Mr. McKoon months ago to 
give us the address of the person who brought 
the dog over from Scotland. This he declined 
to do. Now we reiterate that we want Mrs. 
Kamp's address, the name of the vessel she 
brought the dog over on, and the residence or 
some clue to the identity of Mr. McGowan. 
Mr. McKoon. if he is at all anxious to have the 
pedigree of Bozique established, will get this 
information at once; and he can rest assured 
we will find out all there is to be found out. 
The editor of the Register claims Edinburgh 
as his birthplace, and he has numerous friends 



and relatives there he can ask to help in the 
investigation, and Mr. McKoon will thus be 
saved both money and labor. At present we 
have got a connecting link. It is something to 

Sst that, and we would recommend Mr. Mc- 
oon's losing no time in getting the informa- 
tion we need about and from Mrs. Kamp before 
she departs, like one or other of the persons 
acquainted with the history of Bozique. 

The American Kennel Club. 

IT was generally held that when the editor of 
the American Kennel Register took part 
last year in the effort to establish a club of 
breeders and exhibitors, that the Register 
was inimical to the American Kennel Club, and 
for that reason we have allowed matters to 
progress without comment except our strictures 
upon the dog show rules, which received due 
consideration by the sub-committee of the 
club, and a better but by no means a perfect 
code is to be submitted to the club at the meet- 
ing to be held at Pittsburgh next October. It 
is now, however, fully time that the present 
status of the American Kennel Club should be 
referred to. The utter incompetence of the 
president to understand the duties of his office 
and his powers as president, and his long and 
uninterrupted series of blunders have rendered 
the club a laughing stock to all. Matters have 
got to such a pass mat it is now simply a ques- 
tion of Major Taylor relinquishing office or the 
leading club* resigning from the association. 
It is very well understood among the members 
of the New England, New Haven, Westminster, 
Philadelphia and Pittsburgh clubs that if there 
is a break they will go in a body, and that there 
will be a break unless Major Taylor resigns is 
just as certain. 

Even, however, with the present president 
supplanted by a competent official, the consti- 
tution of the executive committee is not such 
as commends itself to our views. The idea that 
every club should have representation on the 
executive committee is wrong, and it is still 
more erroneous to give each club the power of 
nominating its own member. We are not 
speaking without experience in the formation 
of a national association, having thirteen years 
ago brought about and established the National 
Amateur Rowing Association upon principles 
which have stood the test of time without 
change or even offered amendment. The prin- 
cipal objections we there saw in an association 
of clubs was that there was a great fight for 
office and a general dicker and barter whereby 
they were distributed so as to placate powerful 
clubs. Men were tfcus selected who were not 
qualified for the positions to which they were 
elected, and then to make it pleasant all around 
an unwieldy executive committee was made 
up of a delegate or delegates from each club. 
To avoid what seemed to us to be the great 
drawbacks, we framed the constitution of the 
Rowing Association to provide for an executive 
committee of nine members, three of which 
retire each year, and the vacancies are filled by 
three members elected to serve for three years. 
With but three men to be elected at each 
annual, it can be readily seen that dickering is 
out of the question, and it becomes a question 
of the best men for the vacancies. As a matter 
of fact, the retiring committee men are now 
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they have got the right men in office. Having 
been so long associated together as committee- 
men, they know the most suitable members to 
appoint as president, secretary and treasurer, 
ana lobbying for office is thus unknown. 

With a kennei club formed upon this princi- 
ple and a committee made up of sucji gentle- 
men as Messrs. Nickerson, of Boston; Morgan, 
of New Haven; Donner, of New York : Greene, 
of New Jersey; Child, of Philadelphia, and 
Wade, of Pittsburgh, there would be some hope 
of good results accruing; but at present all is 
chaos and dissatisfaction. 

Recently we have been repeatedly urged, 
and in many cases by those who strenuously 
opposed the establishment of a breeders 1 and 
exhibitors' club, to take the matter in hand 
again, but we must decline for the present for 
two reasons: First, that when there was the 
opportunity to do so, lukewarmness and oppo- 
sition fciilea it by permitting the clubs to be over- 
whelmingly represented at the open meeting, 
and vote against any but themselves forming 
clubs. Our second reason is that it would be 
better to let the A. K. C. alone for another 
three or four months, as there is good material 
for a club in it if it is utilized properly. We do 
not wish to be considered in opposition to the 
club until all means to get any good out of it 
have failed. 

The English Mastiff. 

BY M. B. WYNN. 

Part IX. 

I MUST now ask my readers to go back a few 
years with me in order to trace the career 
of the more noted, but not greater mastiff 
breeder, Mr. T. H. V. Lukey, of Wimbledon 
Park, Surrey, and for many years of Lock's 
Bottom, Kent. Mr. Lukey died Au.-. 10, 1882, 
aged seventy-eight. In his early days he was a 
large breeder of King Charles spaniels, which 
brought him into contact with most of the bet- 
ter class of London doe dealers of that date. 1 
mention these particulars to show Mr. Lukey 
was thoroughly conversant with dogs, when he 
commenced keeping mastiffs in 1885, in the fol- 
lowing manner, he informed me: Walking 
along the Serpentine in London, one morning, 
he noticed a magnificent black mastiff, with a 
man servant in leading, and inquiring whose 
dog it was, he learned that it belonged to the 
Marquis of Hertford and that its name was 
Pluto. Mr. Lukey then and there thought he 
should like such a dog, and, calling on the Mar- 
quis, he asked permission to breed from him. 
His lordship remarked that before granting any 
such request, he must see the bitch Mr. Lukey 
proposed mating with his dog. Whereupon the 
future great mastiff breeder had to confess that 
he had no such animal then, but would procure 
one if the Marquis would grant his request. 
His lordship laughingly dismissed him, saying 
he liked his impudence, but if he thought well 
to bring a bitch, if she met his approval he 
should have the use of his dog. 

Whereupon Mr. Lukey employed George 
White of Knightsbridge to procure as good a 
bitch as money would buy, and White finally 
produced a brindle with cropped ears and tail, 
for which Mr. Lukey gave mm £40, with the 
condition White was to have a puppy some 
time. This animal was of foreign blood, being 
one of the old Alpine breed, her ears having 



been cut to prevent their getting frost-bitten. 
On Mr. Lukey's presenting her to the Marquis 
for inspection, his Lordship asked if he had 
stolen her, owing to her mutilated appearance, 
and finally gave his consent to Mr. Lukey's 
breeding from Pluto with this bob-tailed speci- 
men, on the condition that he had a puppy, 
which Mr. Lukey did in due course, the result- 
being only two brindle bitch puppies, one of 
which he offered to the Marquis, who declined 
taking it as there was so few, and remarking 
that he should only have cared for a dog puppy. 
One of the puppies Mr. Lukey then handed 
over to Geo. White according to agreement, 
and White sold her into Scotland, and she was 
accidentally drowned in either the Fryth of 
Forth or Clyde, in her journey from London to 
her Scotch purchaser. Mr. Lukey then sold 
the mother, who was named Countess, back to- 
Geo. White for the same sum he had given fc r 
her. vis. £40 

Thus Mr. Lukey started as a breeder. He 
named the puppy he kept Yarrow, and in due 
time crossed her with the Alpine mastiff Cou- 
chez, alias Turk (who I have already mentioned) 
then in possession of Geo. White, but subse- 
quently Lord Waldegrove's property. I have 
given these particulars thus fully as in the 1859 
edition of "Stonehenge," there is an incorrect 
account signed "T. L. ," of the order of crossing. 
Whether the account was garbled by Mr. Lukey 
personally or accidentally or merely made up 
from notes he supplied to the editor and thus 
confused, I am not able to say, but judging 
from Mr. Thompson, that it was incorrectly 
stated, I investigated the matter fully and 
found Mr. Lukey had in 1849 told Mr. Thomp- 
son exactly the same particulars as he told me 
and which I have recorded. 

Mr. Lukey had written April 22, 1851, to Mr. 
Thompson (who had complained of the coarse- 
ness of the coat in a puppy he had purchased 
from Mi-. Lukey) as follows: 

''With regard to any cross of Newfoundland 
I can positively assure you that I never under 
any circumstances bred from a rough -coated 
dog. 1 have no doubt but he will shed bi indie, 
but should he prove black, it is easily accounted 
for, the pup's mother was by my Nero (the dog 
with a broken leg, since dead) out of my Coun- 
tess, a fawn, broad-chested bitch, rather heavy,, 
and her father was Bruce. Nero's mother was- 

got by the Marquis of Hertford's Pluto, a better 
red or larger dog I have never seen, or one 
showing more character. He was so great a 
favorite with the Marquis that he always- 
traveled with him, and was shot by the Arch 
Duke John of Austria's keeper, for chasing their 
deer— a strong, but certainly not a rough- 
coated one. the pup himself was got by my 
Young Bruce, own brother to the dog you had. 1 ' 
(Signed, T. H. V. Lukey to J. W. Thompson). 

I may here state that Nero (the broken- legged 
dog), whose grandsire was Pluto, as Mr. Lukey 
states in this letter, was full brother and same 
litter as Bruce I., by Couchez. After reading 
this letter I wrote to Mr. Lukey tor a correct 
version. He replied June 23. 1873: "Countess 
cost £40, bought of Geo. White, of Knights- 
bridge; she had only two bitch puppies by 
Pluto. I sold Countess back to White for £40, 
and he sent her into Scotland for the purpose 
of giving height and power to the degenerated 
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Gordon's nephew that bought her." (Signed T. 
H. V. Lukey to M. B. Wynn.) I wrote to him 
again, and his reply dated June 28, 1873: "My 
Dear Sir— Yarrow was from Countess, byPluto . 
Bruce I., by Couchez out of Yarrow. He was 
at that time the property of Geo. White, etc. 
* * * ' Bruce II. was by Bruce I. out of the 
bitch bred from Yarrow, by a brindle dog be- 
longing at that time to Wnite. I bred two 
puppies from Ansdale's Leo, a reputed Lyme 
Hall, but they both died without issue." (Signed 
T. H. V. Lukey to M. B. Wynn.) 

In the 1859 edition of "Stonehenge" in the 
footnote signed "T. L.," there is another state- 
ment altogether unreconcilable to the correct 
pedigree of Wallace. It is that his grandsire's 
name was also Wallace. This is plainly another 
misstatement of Mr. Lukey's (who was fre- 
quently inaccurate, as he relied entirely on his 
memory for his dogs 1 pedigrees). In this in- 
stance error may have crept in through the 
printer's omitting the "great" before the grand- 
sire. 

Mr. Thompson, in his essay on the mastiff, 
say 8: "For establishing the true mastiff char- 
acter, for grandeur of head, massiveness of 
form, no breeder has surpassed Mr. Lukey. 
Few carve out for themselves a position of any 
ordinary merit as breeders. Mr. Lukey was an 
exception, he displayed consummate foresight 
and skill in purchasing from Mr. White the 
brindle bitch and putting her to the Marquis 
of Hertford's Pluto." Again he says: "The 
Marquis of Hertford's Pluto, a finer and more 
splendid mastiff Mr. Lukey told me he never 
saw." 

This is standing testimony that the mastiff 
has not been so much improved as some people 
think. Here we see Mr. Lukey himself stating 
he never saw a finer specimen than the dog he 
commenced breeding from. I have given suf- 
ficient evidence to show that somehow the ac- 
count in Stonehenge is not quite accurate. 
However, we may gather that the Marquis of 
Hertford's Pluto was a dog of vast size, hardish, 
or, as Mr. Lukey worded it, "strong" coat and 
black color. He was crossed with Countess, 
an Alpine mastiff, selected for her size and 
height to recuscitate the size of the deerhound, 
while Couchez, also foreign blood, was a com- 
paratively small dog, standing barely thirty 
inches, and weighing not more than 130 pounds. 
Nothing is known of the nationality of the 
Marquis of Hertford's Pluto, but from his 
color, vast size, and strong coat, it is very pre- 
sumptive that he was of Thibetian or Asiatic 
blood. Thus the foundation of Mr. Lukey's 
kennel were not the old English mastiffs, but 
principally Alpine or foreign mastiffs. 

Mr. Lukey had been breeding for nearly fif- 
teen years, and had inspected the Lyme Hall 
kennel when Mr. Thompson visited him for the 
first time in 1849. The latter wrote: "I thought 
no breeder could carry out the object of his 
ambition with greater probability of success 
than by crossing my own finer toned-down 
kennel (though equally highly bred) with his 
majestic strain, and the result proved the cor- 
rectness of my judgment, Countess (the dam of 
Governor) bemg a direct descendant from this 
cross." Writing to me April 28, 1873, Mr. 
Thompson stated: "Mr. Lukey's former stud 
were much more massive and coarser than 
mine, and perhaps more character, so far as 
magnitude went. He has often written me to 



say what beautiful puppies the bitch I sent 
him threw to his Bruce." I may here point 
out that Mr. Lukey's old strain had vast size 
and a somewhat coarse coat, points probably 
inherited from their foreign ancestry. The size 
of Mr. Lukey's old strain may be gathered 
from the following measurements: 

Wallace weighed 172 pounds, stood 33 inches 
and girthed 50 inches. 

Nelson weighed 158 pounds, stood 33 inches 
at shoulder at 12 months old. 

Bruce I. weighed 160 pounds, stood 31 inches, 
girth of chest 48 inches. 27 inches round the 
skull tight 

We may here note that the cross of Couchez, 
barely 30 inches at shoulder, brought down the 
height and weight of the strain. 

Bell, a broad-muzzled, muscular bitch, with 
half-erect ears, who died in 1857, weighed 143 
pounds. 

Mr. Thompson, in a letter says: "I had Nero, 
a son of Old Bruce, 73 inches in length." Bruce 
IL in August, 1850, stood 31 inches, girthing 41, 
and in May, 1856, measured 27 inches round the 
head. 

We mav trace in these weights and measure- 
ments a decided reduction in size in the course 
of Mr. Lukey's breeding. Bruce I. was a dark 
brindle dog with almost black head and a white 
streak up his face. Mr. Lukey had a splendid 
oil painting of his head by Harrison Weir, and 
he informed me that prince of animal delinea- 
tors took two portraits of the dog, one for him- 
self, and the other he presented to Mr. Lukey, 
who very kindly allowed me to have his copy 
photographed, and I still possess the negative. 
Bruce II. was a blue or slate-colored brindle, 
and Mr. Lukey bred from him considerably 
more than from Bruce L, having at the time a 
greater demand for puppies. 

Up to 1850 Mr. Lukey's strain were mostly 
brindle. After that date he and Mr. Thompson 
interchanged puppies, and the latter proved 
himself to be really the more talented breeder 
of the two, producing Saladin, a dark brindle 
dog of great power, of whom he wrote: "Sa- 
laam (the sire of Cautley's Quaker) was a dog 
of great muscular power and activity, with 
immense strength of jaw, and although stand- 
ing not more than thirty-one inches at shoulder, 
could jump a stone wall of ten or twelve feet 
with ease. He has been seen to take the dead 
body of a black-faced sheep in his mouth and 
jump a wall of four feet with it Dan, his sire, 
was a dog of equal strength and celebrity, but 
not so large." Mr. Lukey, on the other hand, 

5 reduced nothing of note between 1849 and 
359 except Wallace, figured in the 1859 edition, 
of Stonehenge. 

So much had Mr. Lukey's strain fallen off 
that when asked to furnish a specimen for 
illustration in the 1859 edition of Stonehenge, 
he had to name Wallace as the best specimen 
of the breed he knew, a dog deriving much of 
his excellence from Mr. Thompson's strain, and 
then the property of Mr. Weller, of Derby, who 
informed me Wallace was not a large dog, being 
not more than twenty- eight inches at shoulder 
at the outside, thus,although very symmetrical, 
considerably smaller than Mr. Lukey's old 
Alpine mastiff sort. This dog was the sire of 
Druid, Peneril and Dr. Keer's Lion, the latter, 
although never before the public, being the 
most perfect of the three, which were all bred 
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tiff, being by a deerhound sire. The three were, 
however, perhaps the truest representatives or 
Mr. Lukey's old strain. I was informed by a 
breeder that knew the three brothers well, that 
their sire was much shorter, broader and 
grander in head than any of his sons, and he 
inherited the semi-erect ear of Mr. Thompson's 
strain, which is observable in the engraving, 
in which it is evident (like mo3t of Mr. Thomp- 
son's) he was much lighter in bone than Mr. 
Lukey's primary type. Both Saladin and Wal- 
lace must be considered a blend between Mr. 
Thompson's and Lukey's breeds, embodying 
the perfections of each. 



O 



A Remarkable Dog Story. 

NE Sunday afternoon a group of children 
v were playing at the end of a pier whichpro- 
jects into Lake Ontario, near Kingston, U. S. A. 
The proverbial careless child of the party made 
the proverbial backward step off from the pier 
into the water. None of his companions could 
•save him, and their cries had brought no one 
from the shore, when, just as he was sinking 
for the third time, a superb Newfoundland dog 
rushed down the pier into the water and pulled 
the boy out. Those of the children who did 
not accompany the boy name took the dog to 
a confectioners on the shore and fed him with 
as great a variety of cakes and other sweets as 
he would eat. So far the story is, of course, 
only typical of scores of well-known cases. The 
individuality of this case is left for the sequel. 
The next afternoon the same group of chil- 
dren were playing at the same place, when the 
canine hero of the day before came trotting 
down to them with the most friendly wags ana 
mods. There being no occasion this time for 
supplying him with delicacies, the children only 
stroked and patted him. The dog, however, 
had not come out of pure sociability. A child 
in the water and cakes and candy stood to him 
in the close and obvious relation of cause and 
effect, and if this relation was not clear to the 
-children, he resolved to impress it upon them. 
Watching his chance, he crept up behind the 
child who was standing nearest to the edge of 
the pier, gave a sudden push, which sent him 
into the water, then sprang in after him, and 
gravely brought him ashore. 

To those of us who have had a high respect 
for the disinterestedness of dogs, this story 
may give a melancholy proof that the devel- 
opment of the intelligence at the expense of 
the moral nature, is by no means exclusively 
human.— Spectator. 

The English Collie Club. 

AT a meeting of the Collie Club, held at the 
CryBta] Palace, London, on Tuesday af- 
ternoon, July 7, the following description of 
the dog whose interests the members study was 
adopted: 

"The skull of the collie should be quite flat 
and rather broad, with fine tapering muzzle of 
fair length and mouth the least bit overshot, 
the eyes widely apart, almond shaped and ob- 
liquely set in the head; the skin of the head 
tightly drawn, with no folds at the corners of 
the mouth; the ears as small as possible, semi- 
erect when surprised or listening, at other times 
thrown back and buried in the *runV 

"The neck should be long, arched and mus- 



cular, the shoulders also long, sloping and fine 
at the withers; the chest to be deep and narrow 
in front, but of fair breadth behind the shoul- 
ders, 

"The back to be short and level, with the loin 
rather long, somewhat arched and powerful. 
Brush long, 'wi' upward swirl' at the end, and 
normally carried low. 

"The forelegs should be perfectly straight, 
with a fair amount of flat bone; the pasterns 
rather long, springy, and slightly lighter of 
bone than the rest ot the leg; the foot with toes 
well arched and compact, soles very thick. 

"The hindquarters, drooping slightly, should 
be very long from the hip bones to the hocks, 
which should be neither turned inward nor 
outward, with stifles well bent. The hip bones 
should be wide and rather ragged. 

"The coat, except on legs and head, should be 
as abundant as possible ; the outer coat straight, 
hard and rather stiff the under coat furry and 
so dense that it would be difficult to find the 
skin. The 'ruff 1 and 'frill' especially should be 
very full. There should be but little feather' 
on the forelegs, and none below the hocks on 
the hindlegs. 

"Color immaterial 

"Symmetry.— The dog shall be a fair length 
on the leg, and his movements wiry and grace- 
ful. He should not be too small— height of 
dogs from 22 in. to 24 in., of bitches from 20 in. 
to 22 in. 

"The greyhound type is very objectionable, 
as there Is no brain room in the skull, and with 
this there is to be found a fatuous expression, 
and a long, powerful jaw. 

"The setter type is also to be avoided, with 
its pendulous ears, full soft eye, heavily-feath- 
ered legs, and straight, short nag. 

"The smooth collie only differs from the 
rough in its coat, which should be hard, dense 
and quite smooth. 

SCALE Or POINTS. 

Head and expression 15 

Ears 10 

Neck and shoulders 10 

Legs and feet 15 

Hindquarters 10 

Back and loins. 10 

Brush 5 

Coat with frill 20 

Size 5—100 

"Note— Point judging is not advocated, but 
figures are only made use of to show the com 
parative value attached to the different prop- 
erties; no marks are given for 'general sym- 
metry,' which is of course in judging a point 
of the utmost importance. "— London Field. 



THE STANDARD COMMITTEES.— There is 
now a vigorous protest going on against the 
standard committees. Their appointment was 
a gross violation of the -pledged word of Major 
Taylor and Mr. Elliott Smith, given before and 
during the meeting held last September for the 
formation of the club. By far the most im- 
portant action taken in the premises is the 
protest of the Pittsburgh Club. In the Register 
of June we said the committees were appointed 
as a blind to suit a few dogs The correspond- 
ence which has been published in Forest and 
Stream shows that others are of the same 
opinion, and it looks very much as i£ the stand- 
ard idea and Major Taylor must both go. 



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English Kennel Club Dog Show. 

THE annual summer doe show of the Kennel 
Club was held, as usual, under tents in the 
courtyard of the Crystal Palace on July 7 to 
10. There were 1288 Aitries in 168 classes. The 
judges were: For bloodhounds and mastiffs, 
Mr. M. Beaufoy; St. Bernards, Mr. fl. J. Bet- 
tertoft: Newfoundlands and foreign dogs, Mr. 
H. B. Farquharson; Great Danes, Mr. B. Groom; 
deerhounds, greyhounds, black and tan and 
Irish setters, retrievers, collies and bull-ter- 
riers. Mr. S. IS. Shirley: pointers, Mr. S. Price; 
Tftng ligh setters. Mr. W. D. Duncan: spaniels, 
Rev. A. L. Willett; dachshunde ana Bassets, 
Mr. H. Jones; bulldogs, Mr. Pybus-Sellon; Dan- 
dies, the Earl of Antrim ; pugs, Mr. E. Weekley ; 
Irish terriers, Dr. Carey; smooth fox-terriers. 
Mr. Theo. Bassett; wire-hairs, Airedales and 
Bedlingtons, Mr. A. Maxwell; Sky e and Scotch 
terriers, Mr. J. Pratt; Dalmatians, Pomerani- 
ans, poodles, smooth-haired, black and tan and 
Yorkshire terriers, Maltese, toy spaniels, 
Italian greyhounds and toy terriers, Mr. J. 
Percival. 

AWARDS. 

BLOODHOUNDS.— Challenge— Dogs: Prize, E. 
R. Ray (Nobleman). Bitches: Prize, L. G. Morrell 
(Diana). - Open— Dogs: lst,E Nichols (Pharoah): 2d, 
L. O. Morrell (Maltravew); 8d\ R. H. Wright (Hec- 
tor). Very high com., J. C. Thicker (Duncan) and 
E Brough (Barnabyj. High com , W. Parker (Ben 
Nevis) and G. R. Ray (Rockingham). Bitches: 1st, 
E. Brough (BeeswinR); 3d, E. Nichols (Novice); 3d, 
E. R. Ray (Kowena). Com., L. Smith (Nora). 

MASTIFFS.— Challenge— Dogs: 1st and two cups, 
H. G. Woolmore (Crown Prince); 2d, W. K. Taunton 
(Cardinal). Bitches: 1st and three cups. Mrs. G. 
Willins (Cambrian Princess): 3d, F. J. Campbell 
(Lolly H.)— Open -Dogs: 1st and cut\ J. S. Turner 

S Beaufort); 2d, W. S. Clark (Prince of Wales); 8d, G. 
olmes (John Bull). Very high com., D. L. Bu- 
chanan (Spartacus), J. 8. Turrcr (Hotspur) and J. 
Shaw (Bismarck). High com., W. Robinson (Debon- 
air). Com., R. Smith (Lion III.); 8d, G. Holmes 
(John of Ghent), and H.Dingley (Handy). Bitches: 
1st and 2d, J. S. Turner (The Lady Clare and The 
Lady Isabel) ; 3d, E. Nichols (Princess Ida). Special, 
W. K. Taunton (Cleopatra). Very high com., C R. 
Leach (Lady Blanche) and W. K. Taunton (Griselda). 
High com., —Clark (Queen Liberty).— Puppies— 
Dogs: 1st and 2d, J. 8. Turner (Beaufort and Hot- 
spur). Very high com. and reserve, W. Rolinson 
(Debonair) Bitches: 1st, J. S. Turner (The Lady 
Beatrix); 2d, J. Price (Pandora).— Produce Staees: 
Prize, J. S. Turner (Beaufort and The Lady Beatrix). 
ST. BERNARDS.— Challenge— Dogs: 1st, J. F. 
Smith (Save); 2d. Rev. J. C. Macdona (Bayard). Re- 
serve, R. Thornton (Dunston). Bitches: 1st, W. G. 
Marshall (Cloister); 2d, H. C. Joplin (Elfrida). Re- 
serve, J. F. Smith (Madam) —Open— Rough— Dogs: 
1st and cup, J. F. Smith jPlinlimmon); 2d, H. B. 
Wood (Nero IIL); 8d, H. H. R. Chapman iDuke of 
Wellington); 4th, H. A. Davis (Bernina IT.). Very 
high com. and reserve, L. C. R. Norris-Elye (Saracen). 
Very high com., J. F. Smith (Tempest). High com., 
Mrs. L. Stanhope (flafed) and H. J. Fulljames 
(Grip). Com, K. Thornton (Kenneth). Bitches: 
let and cup, W. T. Shephard (Thetis); 2d. L. C. 
R. Norris-Elye (La Mascotte); 3d, T. D. Dutton 
(Grace): 4th, L. C. R. Norri«-Eiye (Recluse). 
Very high com. and reserve, T. King (Dacia). 
Very high. com.. G. N. Hallewell (Queen Jura) and — 
King (Melita). High com.. G. Porter (Dolly). Com , 
E. Bartlett (Tremouillette) and Rev. J. C. Macdona 
(8t. Bride).— Smooth— Dogs: 1st, J. H. Murchison 
(8irius); 2d, C. W. Cunningham (Lord Wolseley. 
Very high com. and reserve, L. Oppenheim (Bene- 
dict). Very high com. . R. Thornton ( Eviot) and Rev. 
J C. Macdona (Victor Emanuel). High com., H. F. 
Marshall (Achilles). Bitches: 1st, W. B. Megone (Bon 
Bon); 2d, Rev. V. C. B. Cave (Hilda Josepha). Very 



high com. and reserve, L. Oppenheim (Lady Supe- 
rior). Very bigh com., J. Valentine (Ida III ). High 
com., J. Valentine (Ida II.) and H. 0. Joplin (China- 
lette).— Puppies— Dogs: 1st and cup, Dr. H. W.Roberts 
(Poufr, 2d. A. B. Bailey (Khartoum); 8d, Dr. Atthill 
(Dare). Very high com and reserve. G. Porter (Con). 
Very bigh com.,W. Axford (Hermit III.). High com.,. 
J. O. Fisher (Phantom H.) and H. H. R. Chapman, 
(Bucephalus). Com , Rev. V. C. B. Cave (Bruno 

, Joseph). Bitches: 1st, A. B. Bailey (Kassala) ; 2d, L. 

P C. R. Norris Elye (Thalassa); 8d. R. Walls (Vera II.). 
Very high com. and reserve, Dr. W. R. Lyddon 
(Cyclonia). Very high com.. Rev. J. C. Macdona 
(Beda) and J. Edwards (Wild Gipsy). Bigh com., L. 
C. R. Norris-Elye (Muri). Com., fl. H. R. Chapman 
(Vere) and W. Kayess (Judith IV). 

NEWFOUNDLANDS.— Black— Challenge-Do?*; 
Prize and cup, Mrs. T. E. Mansfield (Courtier). 
Bitches: Prize, Mrs. T. E. Mansfield (Lady Mayor- 
ess).— Any other Color— Prize, Mrs. W. F. Bagnall 
(Prince Charlie). — Ohbn — Black — Dogs: 1st, E. 
Nichols (Lord Nelson); 2d, J. Stafford ( Black Watcb); 
3d, E. Nichols (Admiral Kepptl). Very high com., 
F. Burrell (Gift). High com.. J. C. Knight-Bruce 
(Rossmore). Bitches: 1st, G. J. Bird (Isla); 2d, E. 
Nichols i8cyllaj; 3d, J. Spencer (Juno IV.). Very 
hi^Ti eom ., Miss A. Bryant (Thora U.). High com.* 
E. NicuoJs (Maid).— Other than Black— Dogs: 1st, 

A. Nkhi'JK i Admiral Drake); 2d, J. Marshall (Haco); 
8d> W. lVtn"ce (Jim). Very high com, D. Palmer 

Surjin). Hitches: 1st. Mrs. W. F. Bagnall (Bonnie 
»W- M. A. Stevens (Welsh NeU U.); 8d, G. Chap- 
man (Wild Rose). Very high com., D. Palmer (Clio). 
Puppies: 1st, J. Lumley (Guy); 2d and 8d, H. J. 
Cnampness (Her Ladyship and Admiral Seymour). 
Very high com., G. Edwards (Earl Btaconsfield). 

GREAT DANES.— Challenge— 1st, G. H. Thorn- 
ton (Cedric the Saxon); 2d, C. Petrzywalski (Mirza). 
Reserve, E. G. Martin (Bella).— Open- Dogs: 1st, M. 
Riego (Cid Campeador); 2d. E. J. Messter (Cresar 
IV.); 8d, A. M. Marsden (Nero). Very high com. and 
reserve and very high com., E. J. Messter (Nero V. 
and Sultan VI.). High com., H Cox & Jaquet (Bud- 
dhist) and W.R. H. Temple (Turco). Btichea: 1st, 
Rev. G. Bolton (Ilka); 2d, J. M. Drew (Daphne); 8d, 
E. J. Mes«ter (Juno HI.). Very high com. and re- 
serve, F. P. Sutthery (Empress of Cambridge). Very 
high com., R. Herbert (Laurita). High com., A. M. 
Marsden (Shotover) and E. J. Messter (Zampa III.).— 
Puppies— Dogs: 1st and 2d, E. J. Messter (Pascha IV. 
and Marko II.). Very high com. and reserve, R. 
Herbert (Dragoman). High com., J. Evans (Ber- 
tram). Com.. E. J. Messter (Terro). Bitches: 1st, E. 
J. Messter (Minra IV.);2d,0. Petrzy wateki (Noroia 
II.). Very high com. and reserve, E. J. Messter 
(Bella II.). High com. and cup, H. Moser (Sylvia). 

DEERHOUNDS.— Challenge— Prize, H. C. Joplin 
(Chief tain). Reserve, G. W. Hickman (Cuchullin).— 
Open— Dogs: 1st. H. C. Joplin (Clansman); 2d and 3d, 
R. H. Wright (Crofter and Buscar II.). Very bigh 
com., Mrs. R. Peck (Duke H). High com., Mtes de la 
Pole (Lord Randolph) and E. Jeeves (Donald H.). 
Bitches: 1st, M. Goulter (Spey H.); 2d and 8d, G. W. 
Hickman (Barra and Morna). Com. and reserve, 
Major C. E. Davis (Morna VUbia). 

GREYHOUNDS.-Doflrc: 1st, J. Macghie (Robin 
Bell); 2d and very bigh com. and reserve, H. P. and 
P. J. Charles (Balkis and Cassells). Very high com.. 
W. Gunn (Hardicanute) and R. Chapman (Douglas 
Fleming). Com., W. Blackweil (Pops) and J. B. 
Sydenham (Cavoletto). Bitches: 1st and 2d, H. P. 
and P. J. Charles ^Lancashire Witch and Acalia). 
Very high com. and reserve, H. F. de Trafford (Tele- 
gram III.). Very high com.. H. P. and P. J. Charles 
(Coral). High com., H. F. de Trafford (Titania) and 
E. G. Martin (Model). Com., J. H. Pattenden (Sing 
Song). 

ESQUIMAUX.— 1st, 2d and very high com., W. K, 
Taunton (Chimmo, Oscar Franklin and Lady Frank- 
lin). 

POINTERS.— Challenge — Ant Weight — Dogs: 
Prize, T. Butler (Milton Bang II.). Bitches: Prize, 

B. Field (Belle of Bow).— Open - 66lbs. and upward 
—Dogs: 1st, C. J. Cotes (Carlo IV.); 2d, H. F. De 



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Trafford (Dou Pedro); 3d, Prince Albert Soling (Luck 
of Hessen). Very high com. and reserve (C, Kfcll^y 
(Don IX.). Very high com., F, A Manning (DuLe 
IV). Bitches: 1st, Stedman (Nymph >; M, Prime 
Albert Solms (Venus of Br&UbfWsj; 3d, C. Drury 
(Aldin Bell). Very high com. and reserve, Prince 
Albert Solms (Rhyniej.— Un^er &5lbs.— Dogs*. Iht, 
Prince Albert Solms (Naso of Kipping; J 8, Salter 
(Osborne Ale> ; 8d , T. A. I* ac h < fctrack e 1> Verv h <g ii 
com., A. Kleinjung (Milton Don}. High com.. Sir I\, 
B. Lennard (Randolph) and J- WhiLlt-y (Sir Garnets 
Under SOlbs.— Bitches: 1st, IV. Q. Harter (Courtis 
of Cranfleld): 2d, B. Field (Pardon) ;31, Prince Alo>.-rr, 
8olms (Maggie). Very high com. and reeerve. J. K, 
Salter (X Ale). Very high com ., A.wui tela w .. Mar ] #j 

IIA 

ENGLISH SETTERS.— Challenge— Ooff*: Pti^i?, 
J. H. Piatt (Sting).— Ovm—Doga: 1st, J. Short tmsn 
(Rock of Ages); 3d, E. Bishop i Car Lisle); Sd, G. Cart 
mel (Sir Tatton). Very high com- and reserve and 
very high com., G. Potter (Sir Gilbert and Count, 
Howard). High com., W. Parrot {Blue Albert), 
Com., F. Damm (Prince ID.), Bitches; 1st, E. Bi- 
fehop ^Bonnie Bell); 2d andSd. J. Shonhose (Novtfity 
and Novelette). Very high coin, and reserve, J. \1. 
Cockerton (Belle of Furnesur. High com., C. S. 
Fauntleroy (Salopia).— Black and Tan.— Challkn^b 
—Prize, T. Jacobs (Czarina). Reserve, K.cLiiiii i 
(Young Jock).— Opbn — Dogs: lat, T. Jacobs 4 Newton 
AbbotDuke); 2d, H. B. Gibb (Heather King); 31, 
very high com. and reserve, H. F. De Trail ord 
(Donnie and Mardo). High com. t R. Chapman 
(Heather Jack); F A. Manning (Uuffer) and K. T. 
Tatham (Brooklyn Don). Bitches: 1st, R. Cnnpma.u 
(Heather Beauty); 2d, Mrs. Manning iJuaoV.i; Bit, 
and very high com. and reserve* W, mount (Flow er 
Girl and Jessica). Very high cam , Prince A. Holms 
(Belle of Braunf els) and W. Lone t Norwich Bloom 
II.) High com, H. B. Gibb (Heather Bloom); J. 
J. Shorthose (Nellie), and Mrs. M&unliijc (Alice), 

IRISH.— Challenge— Prize, Rev. R, O'Callaghan, 
R. N. (Tyrone). Reserve, H. M. Wilson \ Mountain - 
eer).— Opbn— Dogs: 1st, L. F. Perrin (Hector;; ad, J. 
K. Millner (Frisco); 8d, P. A. Bi-ek { Ustnore). Very 
high com., J. Alexander (Gerry IL). Hi^h com., 
MTH. Mills (Kildare), T. M. Milliard < Ulster Chief), 
L. Pearson (Prince V.), and Rev. R, O'Callaghan, K. 
N. (Fingall). Bitches: 1st, Rev. ft. O'Uallaehao, R. 
N. (Aveline); 2d and8d, F. B. Revan (Ruby VII. and 
Kate Palmerston). 

RETRIEVERS.— Wavy— Challenge — Fri«e,H. (.ox 
and Jacquet (Sloe).— Opbn— Dt>g&; 1st, H. Cox and 
Jacquet (Blackthorn); 2d, G. T. Bartram (Dusk O*); 
3d, J. Alexander (Tracer). Very high com. and re- 
serve, H. Cox ana Jacquet (Black Diamond), Hi eh 
com., C. A. PopeJBapoo) and C. J. Cotea (MooklV.). 
Bitches: 1st, A. Whitelaw (Cypres*): SdU H, Cox and 
Jacquet (Black Satta); 8d, A. Whitelaw fThyra 1L>. 
High coin., Rev. W. T. Richardson (Melton Kiviih, 
R. Tread well (Dark) and H. Cox and Jacquet (Zeal- 
ous). Puppies: Prize, F. Burgee* (Roma),— Curly— 
Challenge — Prize, G. H. Granville (Chicory II. j — 
Open -Dogs: 1st, Duke of Hamilton and Bran in 1 
(The Chief). High com., W. Adams (The Earl), F. 
Barnard (Duke of KoflPee) and W. Farrott (Barry ». 
Bitches: Prize, W. Pullin (Baroness of Devon u 

SHEEPDOGS.— Rough— Challenge— Ztaps : Prize, 
8. T. Mercier (Dublin Scot). Reserve, G. R. Krthl 
(Eclipse) . Bitches: Prize,J. f . God free ( Madge I, >, — 
• Open— Doo*.* 1st, A. McKerrow, Jr, (Lang ley) ^ 2d, 
M. C. Ashwin (Rove); 8d, J. F. God free (Major Tre- 
foil); 4th, S. Boddington (Bedford); 5th, Mrs, Ed- 
wards K.er (Angus Craig). Very high com. aud 
reserve. W. W. Thomson (Blue Coat Boy), Very high 
com., Miss J. C. Webb (King u 1 the Glen) and Dr. W. 
A. G. James (Escort). High com., Mrs. Q, Hall 
(Flockmaster), J. Terry (Terry's Kentish Nero), Mrs. 
Cook (Pipes), Miss A. Campbell (Rex, Kxuk of wqy), 
and Mrs. E. Davis (Drink). Bitches: 1st, Mies A. 
Campbell (Gipsy, Queen of the Wey); &j t J. and w. 
H. Charles (Young Meg); 8d,S. Boddington (Whin 
Blossom); 4th, Dr. W. A. G. James ( Mart gold );f>ih, 
W. Arkwnght (Moggy). High com., B. TV. Peck 
(Groten).— smooth— Challenge: Prl*e 1 Dr. W. A. G. 
James tLady Help).— Open: 1st, J. and W. H. Charles 



gloot); 2d, 8. Boddingtoo (Lowlander); 3d, Dr. W. A. 
. James (Gazelle).— Puppies- Dogs: 1st, R. Chap- 
man (8mugglei): 2d, S. Boddington (Buckingham); 
8d, W. Stephens (Weybrtdge Baby). High com . Miss 
A. Campbell (Kelpie of the Wey) Com.. Miss A. 
Campbell (2) (Mungo of the Wey and Weybridge Scot) 
W. Stephens (Ethel wolf), and G. H. Chexfield (Royal 
George). Bitches: 1st, W. Arkwright (Blue Rum); 
2d, W. Rust (Rubric); 8d, F. W. Walker (Hazel H.). 
Very high com. and reserve, R. E. Hall (Lady Juno). 
High com., H. Vian (Sunbeam U ). Com., Miss A. 
Campbell (Lassie of the Wey) and Miss J. Stears 
(Constance).— Bob Tails: Prize, G. C. Edwardee- 
Ker (Sir Lancelot). 

BASSET HOUNDS.— Challenge— Prize, M. B. 
Kennedy (Fino V.). Very high com. and reserve, F. 
W. Blain (Bourbon).— Open— Dogs: 1st and cup, G. 
R. Krehl (Fino IV.); 2d, F. W. Blain (Bertrand); 3d, 
F. J. Harrison (Louis XIV.). Very high com., G. R. 
Krehl (St, Martin). Bitches: 1st and 2d, G. R. Krehl 
(Pallas HI. and Vivien); 8d. F. W. Blain (Bertille). 
Very high com. and reserve, M. B. Kennedy (Victoria). 
—Puppies— Dogs: 1st, F. J. Harrison (Louis XTV.); 
2d and very high com. and reserve, M. B. Kennedy 
(Fino VH. and Aryan). Com., R. Osborn (Olympian 
Jove). Bitches: 1st. Mrs. F. J. Stokes (Chopette); 
2d. F. B. Craven (Medore). High com. and reserve, 
H. Blacken (Moe). High com., F. P. Ellis (CanaceX 

DALMATIANS —1st and 2d, J. Fawdry (Treasure 
and Ruby). Reserve, Lord Braye (Nelson). 

POMERANIANS.-Ist, J. Fawdry 'Charley); 2d, 
A. George (Nolr); 3d, Hon Mrs. C. Cadogan (Dinah). 
Reserve, St. George Lowther (Bismarck). High com. 
and reserve, A. George (Monte). Com., C. W. Cun- 
ningham (Marloes Don). 

POODLES.— Challenge— 1st, P. Lawrence (Lyris). 
Reserve, Miss I . Quain (Zulu).— Opbn— 1st. Rev. G. 
Bolton (Styx); 2d, S. Howell (Boy); 8d, B. Zorapore- 
W right (Doctor). High com. and reserve, R. C. Bar - 
croft (Mohr). Com., F. A. Morse-Boycott (Punch II.). 

BULLDOGS.— Challenge— Dogs over 60lbs. a*d 
Bitches over SOlbs.— Prize, Mrs. M. E. V. D. 
Sprague (Grabber).— Unuer SOlbs.— Bitches: Prize, 
Mrs. M. E. D. V. Sprague (Wheel of Fortune).— Open 
—Dogs over 60lbs. anu Bitches over 60lbs.— 1st, 
Dr. W. Reeks-Lyddon (Ariel); 2d, J. W. Gurney 
(President Garfield). Very high com. and reserve, 
A. T. Foreman (Big Ben). High com., L. Leigh- 
Pern ber ton (Pain II.).— Oyer 45lbb. and not ex- 
ceeding OOlbb.— Dogs: 1st, G. Raper (Rustic King); 
2d, E. Whyman (Jumbo VEIL); 8d, H. J. Gould 
(Jimmy Gripper). Very high com. and reserve, H. 
Towsley (Darkle H.). High com., W. Adams (Tore- 
ador). Com., L. C. R. Norris-Elye (Royalist), J. G. 
DalzeU (Caliph) and J. Scott (Lowland Chief).— Over 
SSlbs, and not exceeding 50lbs.— Bitches: 1st, F. 
Adcock (Acme); 2d, F. Kershaw (Lady Stuart); 3d. 
P. Beresford-Hqpe (Sproddles). Very high com. and 
reserve, F. Kershaw (Wild Rose). Very high com., 
A. Pemberton (8c { PSors). Com., A. Pemberton 
(Queenie) and W. R. H. Temple (Thea).— Nor ex- 
ceeding 45lbs.— Dogs: 1st, W. B. Sprague (Don 
Pedro); 2d, A. Kay Smith (Bacchus U); 2d, R. Mel- 
vin (Claudian). very high com. and reserve. Mrs. 
M. E. V. D. Sprague (Father o' Flynn). High com., 
R. C. Haworth (Julius Cassar), H. E. Hudson (Kir 
Roger II.), G. Robinson (Suffolk Lad) and C. A. 
Woods (Macbeth).— Not exceeding 85lbs.— Bitches: 
1st, — Stevens (Belladonna); 2d, P. Berenford-Hope 
(Flo II.); 8d, Mrs. I. Roberts (Maggie May). Very 
high com. and reserve, W. A. Williams (Amy Sans 
Sonsie). Very high com., G. Raper (Ruflna). High 
com., Dr. W. Reeks Lyddon (Miss Biucher). Com., 
W. Box, Jr. (Mrs. Bardell). Puppies: 1st, G. A. Pad- 
bury (Ecrue); equal 2d, J. Wood (Grabber II.) and 
A. Pemberton (St. George). Very higb com. and re- 
serve and very high com., R. Fulton (Queen Bella 
and Jock). High com., P. Beresford-Hope (Titan), 
H. Pebody (Lady Cole), Dr. W. Reeks-Lyddon (Mas- 
ter Biucher) and W. V. Underdown and S: Nic noils 
(Tempest). Com., L. M. Horner (Hard as Nails). 

SPANIELS.— Irish Water— 1st. G. S. Hockey 
(Young Hilda); 2d. J. 8. 8k1dmore(The O'Donogbue); 
3d, G. 8. Hockey (Lady). Very high com., J. 8. Skid- 
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raun). High com.. G. T. Miller (Lord Randolph). 
Com., E. W. Francis (Coxswain).— Clumbers— Chal- 
lenge— Prize, J. Allen (Boss III.).— Open— Dons: 1st, 
J. A. Parlett (Trust); 2d. J. Etcbells (Glen); 3d, Hay- 
Iock & Barnard (Chelmsford Count). Com., H. P. 
and P. J. Charles (<>nic) and E. W. G. Bailey (flepi- 
car Dash). Bitches: 1st, E. W. G. Bailey (Marazion); 
2d, J. W. Cam (Light wood Ruby). Very high com. 
and reserve, H. P. and P. J. Charles (Cherie). Com., 
Haylock & Bernard (Chelmsford Countess).— Sussex 
and Liver-Colored over 25lbs.— Challenge— Equal 
prize, Holliday Brothers (Horatio) and T. Jacobs 
(Bachelor III.).— Open— Dogs; 1st and 2d, M. Wool- 
land (Bridford Lallian and Bridford Maubert); 8d, — 
Birtwhistle (Don Giovanni). Reserve, E. T. Smith 
(Sussex). Bitche*: 1st, J. H. Salter (Tinkle): 2d and 
very high com., T. Jacobs (Newton Abbot Blossom 
and Newton Abbot Russet). High com., W. Connah 
(Petrel) and W. K. Bryden (Beverley Rose). Com., 
T. Newington (Wanda).— Other Field— Challenge 
-Prize ) T. Jacobs (Squaw).— Black— Over 25lbs.— 
Dogs: 1st, Capt. S. M. Thomas (Newton Abbot Nig- 
ger); 2d, w. R. Bryden (Beverley Rollo); 3d. Holley 
Brothers (Don Carlos). Very high com. and reserve, 
R. Llovd (Longfellow). High com., H. M. Lloyd 
(Beaver III.). Com., L. Deane (Hambledon Beech- 
nut). Bitches; 1st and 2d, W. R. Bryden (Belle of 
Buxton and Buxton Beauty); 3d, T. Jacobs (Newton 
Abbot Bess). Very high com., R. C. Ha worth 'Sen- 
sation) and H. B. Spurgin (Birdie). High com , J. 
Etchells (Thyra).— Any Other Color than Liver or 
Black, exceeding 25lbs.— /tops: 1st and 2d,T. Jacobs 
(Newton Abbot Beau and Newton Abbot Bo«s). Very 
high com. and reserve. J. H. Hussey (Lord Windsor). 
High com., H. B. Spurgin ('Counsellor). Bitches: 1st, 
T. Jacobs (Newton Abbot Lassie); 2d, Captain S. M. 
Thomas (Coity). Very high com. and reserve. W. R. 
Bryden (Winifred n.). Very high com. A. Manby 
<Hecuba).— Cockers— Challenge -Any Color not 
exceeding 25lbs.— Prise, J. F. Farrow (Obo).— Open— 
Dogs: 1st, J. F. Farrow (Bob Obo): 2d, W. Graham 
(Kino). Bitches: 1st and cup, H. B. Spurgin ( Freda) : 
equal 2d. U. H. Lloyd (Nellie VII.) and W. Connah 
(Nellie IV.). Very high com. ann reserve, R. Lloyd 
(Lady Nell). Very high com., J F. Farrow (Gipsy 
Obo) and C. Gibbs (Little Jei). High com., T. New- 
ington (Dottie). Com., A. F. Nash iLUac) and C. P. 
Turner (Phcebe). Very good class. 

FOX-TERRIERS, SMOOTH.— Challenge— Dogs: 
1st and cup, A. H. Clark (Result); 2d, F. L Evelyn 
(Brokenhursc Sting); 3d. Rev. c. T. Fisher (The Bel- 
gravian). Bitches: 1st, Hill and Aston (Meersbrook 
Model); 2d, Dr. R. T. Land (Roaebloom).— Open— 



Rev. C. T. Fisher (Bacchanal). Reserve, Capt. Stan- 
hope (Spice II ). very high com , Smith and Barnes 
(Tom Spring). High com., F. Baguley (Dalesford 
Billy), A. H. Clarke (Ruff), Hill and Aston (Meers- 
brook Ross), W. S. Marsh (Rippler), F. Redmond 
(Droll), and J. R. Whittle (Old Nick). Com., £. Smith 
(Stager) and R. and C. G. Vicary (Veni). Bitches: 1st 
and cup, C. E. Longmore (Safety); 2d, G. Raper 
(Richmond Myrtle); 3d, Rev. C.T.Fisher (Belle Dame 
Sansnierci); 4th, 8. Castle, Jr. (Thebais): 5th and 
very high com. and rwerve. F, Redmond (Dashing 
Grace and Dusky). Hi£b com., J C Tinue (N^w 
Kore*t Ruliy), A. H. Clarke iHeatberoelle), W. (lat- 
t.i>n (Eaton Pt*m) s V, B. Job u stone (Co i ton J^.-if, uud 
G D, Peck ^ix Ely). Com., Rev, (\T. Fisher ^Bel- 
dam}. J. C a. Hodgson < Satellite, T. T. Roe <adt> 
laide Blossom \ Hmirh nnd Barnes <2> <Gipsy Lee and 
Bars water CI bo}, J. Terry (Bell VII.), and F, W, F. 
Toomer (Ruffle 11.).— Puppies— Dogs: Inc. F, Red- 
mond (Dusky Joe J: 2d. J, pe?erill {Tick ham ); 3d and 
reserve, F. W. F. Toomer (RnlUckerj, Hisfh com., 
J> C. Tlcne (New Forest Rustic), Com.. T. Errington 
[ Eat on Fol ler ) . Hitch ea, 1 st . J. C Ti n n e < New t'c r vt-t 
jRilbvl. Sd, V.B.Johnstone (Cotton Jess); 3d, G. D. 
Peck (Pix Ely). Uitfb com. and rcwer^e, F, Redmond 
(Dashing J UK Com. t S. t ;astle, Jr. (Rboslaaj ; J. C. 8. 
Hodgson (Satellite), and G. H. Parke (Pdory Pearl}. 
WIRE- HAIRED.— CHALLSfJClB ^Douat; 1st, P. (J. 
ReJd (Cavendish); 2d and reserve, Earl of Loimlule 
(9am Weller and Briggs). Bitche*; Ut, Earl of Lone- 



dale (Miss Miggs); 2d, H. Cox and E. Jaquet (Gladys' 
Broom.— Ovms—Dogs: 1st and three cups, W. Car- 
rick (Carlisle Jack) : 2d, W. S. Eaton (Master Broom) ; 
3d, W. Carrick, Jr. (Trick); 4th. H. Cox and e! 
Jaques (Ronald Broad). Very hixheom. and reserve, 
E. M. 6. Bristowe (Teazer II.). High com., W. Car- 
rick, Jr., (Carlisle Bruce), A. E. Clear (The Candi- 
date), F. W. Fellowes (Burton Wildbriar), and W. 
Wilson (Nutfleld Joe). Com., J. R. Whittle (Boxer 
Broom). Bitches: 1st, H. F. DeTrafford (Barton 
Wonder); 2d, M. Rickabay (Young Venom); 8d, E. 
M. S. Bristowe (Bit of Fashion); 4th, P. C. Reid 
(Grand Duchess). Very high com. and reserve, W. 
Carrick. Jr. (Carlisle Thistle). High com., H. Cox 
and E. Jaquet (Settling Day) and Earl of Lonsdale 

Srinder).— Puppies— Dogs: 1st, W. IS. Eaton (Master 
room); 8d, E. S. Bristowe (Teazer II.); 8d and very 
high com. and reserve, W. Carrick, Jr., (Carlisle 
Trim and Carlisle Tartar). Very high com., W. Wil- 
son (Bill Nye). High com., Earl of Lonsdale (Bravo) 
and J. R. Whittle (Sir John Broom). Bitches: 1st, 
H. F. De Trafford (Barton Wonder); 2d, M. Rickaby 
(Young Venom;; 8d, P. C. Reid (Dora). Very high 
com. and reserve, W. Carrick, Jr., (Scotby Bess). 
Very high com., E. M. Bristowe (Bit of Fashion). 
High com., J. B. Nodder (Grayling). — Produce 
Stakes -Dogs: 1st and special and 2d, F. Redmond 
(Dusky Joe and Dusky Bob). Bitches: 1st. F. Red- 
mond (Dashing Jill); Sd, J. H. Murcnison (Nutshell). 

DACHdHUNDE.— Challenge -2>oflrs.- Prize, H. A. 
Walker (Maximus). Very high com. and reserve, 
Mrs. P. H. Hoare (Kossuth). Bitches: Prize, J. C K. 
Bruce (Lady) Very high com. and reserve, H. A. 
Walker .Ha«ar).— Open— Dogs: 1st and cup, Mrs. P. 
M. Hoare (Rubinstein); 2d, A. W. Bvron (Kluffe); 
8d, Rev. G. F. Lovell (Gil Bias). Very high com. and 
reserve, Mrs. P. M. Hoate (Graf in.). Very high 
com., W. Arkwright (Belgian Waldmann), L. Danieil 
(Redman) and Mrs. P. M. Hoare (Drachen). High 
com., Mrs. J. H. Evans (Carloman). W. J. Ingram 
(Sphinx) and J. H. Pearson (Zagwong). Com.TF. A. 
Edwards (Stump), J. L. Puxley (Benedick), E. L. Pug- 
ley (Subaltern), Lord Brave (Dax II.) and Mrs. P. M. 
Hoare (Kdelmann). Bitches: 1st and 2 cups, Mrs. 
P. M. Hoare (Gnselda); 2d, H. A. Walker (Zulima); 
ad, W. Arkwright (Winks). Very high com. and re- 
serve, F. A. Edwards (Aletta). Verv high com., Mrs. 
P. M. Hoare (2) (Edelweiss and Elfle). High com., 
A. F. Bealey (Zang) and M. Wootton (Ruth). Com., 
R D. Courcy-Peele (Pandora).— Puppies— Dogs: 1st, 
Mrs. P. M. Hoare (Rubinstein); 2d, J. O. Knight- 
Bruce (Fafner II.); 3d, A. W. Byron (Kluffe). Com. 
T. ;Green (Redmund), Mrs. E. Chapman (Claudius) 
and Mrs. P. M. Hoare (Edelmann). r itches: 1st, 
Mrs. P. M. Hoare (Griselda) :2d. H. S. Dean (Septi- 
mus); 8 i, Mrs. P. M. Hoare (Elfe). Very high com., 
H. S. Dean (Duckswing). High com.. H. S. Dean 
(Decimus) and Mrs. E. Chapman (Lotus). Com., 
Mrs. P. M. Hoare (We»pe), W. J. Ingram (Pattes 
Blanches) and R. de Oourcy-Peele (Pandora).— 
Sweepstakes— 1st, 2d and 3d, Mrs. P. M. Hoare 
(Griselda, Rubinstein and Elf). Very high com., W. 
J. Ingram (Sphinx). High com., M. Wootton (Ruth). 
Com., Mrs. P. M. Hoare (Edelmann). 

BULL-TERRIERS — Challenge -Over 80lbs — 
Prize, A. George (Cairo).— Open— Dogs: 1st, J. R. 
Pratt (Harvester); 2d, T. Keene (Silver King;; 3d, D. 
K. Kidd (Dutchman). Com., J. Harrison (Glaostone). 
Bitches: 1st, J. R. Pratt (Queen of the May): 2d, A. 
George (Madge) —Over 2ulbs. and Not exceeding 
SOlbs.— 1st, J. R. Pratt (Peeress); 2d, O. Gooodall 
(Nelson I.) ; 3d, H. O. Jones (Queen of Hearts). Very 
high com. and reserve, F. Hinks (Merry Puss). High 
com., A. George (Saucy Girl) and J. Hobson (Stoke 
Sterling). Com., R. Bentley (Sir Walter): H. Kennard 
(Harlequin), and J. R. Jackson (Snow Queen).— Not 
Exceeding 20lbs —1st and 2d, A. George (Gerona and 
St. Gatien); 8d, P. A. Beck (Cribben). Very high 
com. and reserve, C. F. Copeman (Pearley). Very 
high com., A. George (Khartoum) and T. Keen 
(Florence); 

AIREDALE TERRIERS. -Dogs: 1st. A. Walker 
(Rover III.); 2d. W. Tatham (Young Tanner). Very 
high com. and reserve, H. 0. Grove (Donington 
Fritz). High cos., H. Lambert (Watch). Bitches: 



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let, A. Walker (Venus HI.); 2d. Mrs. Theobald (King- 
ston Nell). Very high com , and reserve, w. F. 
Bode (My Bosina). Very high com., W. Stephens 
(Violet III.). 

BEDLINGTON TERRIERS.- Challenge — Prize, 
J. A. Baty (Diana). Reserve, Capt. S. M. Thomas 
(Daffodil).— Orvs—Dogs: 1st, A. N. Dodds (Hair- 
dresser); 2d, D. Ross (Landsman); 3d, W. Morris 
(Inkerman, late Crocodile). Very high com. and 
reserve, J. A. Baty (Lord Stowell). High com., Capt. 
S. M. Thomas (Choker) and J. Sherwood, Jr. (Jack- 
anapes). Bitches: 1st. J. A. Baty (Nell Gwynne IL); 
2d, A. N. Dodds (Polecat); 2d, D. Ross (Clydesdale 
Lass). Vtry hieh com. and reserve, J. A. Baty (The 
Heiress). High com., Hon. H. M. Bereaf ord (Blue 
Fancy). Puppies: 1st and 2d, J. A. Baty (Nell 
Gwynne and Grace Darling). High com., A. Mutter 
(Traveller). 

TPISH TERRIERS,— Chillenqe— B»7chr» + - 1st; and 
cup, Oi M. Nicholson rtoppyj, R*serve t W. A. 
Smyth (Glory.— OpEN-Xty/*; 1st and three cups, C. 
J, B&TDHt (Bachelor); £d, V H. Backhouse {Buster); 
Bd.W.J, Fraser (Tbady II, j. Very hipbeorn. una 
reserve, W. A. Smyth (Simmy). Very hJfrh com. 
and hieh com*, U H. B&oktious** (Boujuni iifh! Lie- 
gum 1 !. Com., R. K. Marker (Garryroan). Bitches: 
lBt T Q R. KrehJ i Poppy UK eu.mil 3d, J. H. Lovatt 
(Koran Tatter) and W. Fowle ( Vista J. Very high 
corn, and mierve. & R- arehl (Me Darlint). Very 
bitfh com., W, Copping i Miss Ferric) and J. D, Luins- 
iu*n ...iii-lj. I-'k'li f*'i"., R. Clifton < Chance), Com., 
W. A. S-iTth (Sally ILiaml (J, R< Krebl i*Mbpah 
N *: 11 > . Pi ti tpiet : 1 m , C, J - Bar re 1 t i Bac belor) ; 2u , G. 
R. Krehl tile DorltiiU, Very high com, at>d reserve, 
G, Stapltrtou (Ballyrag). Very high com.. W. Rutty 
(Banshee). High com., N. A. Lorain* iTipsiaffi <ind 
E. B. Dochi worth (Countess). Com., H. C lift on 
^Imnce). — Uncbopfed.— lst.CL J, Barrett (Bachelor); 
2d, C. E. Kyan (Killjuey Boxer). Very liijjri torn, 
and reserve. IS. ft Doa&wortb (Crannies?) High com., 
TL J. Blitittborn (Handy Audrj Coin,. W. Rutty 
(Worry i. — Produce Staked,— 1st. C. J, Hartiet 
(Bac belor); &J, G. MU pier on (Ballyrag i; 3d, W, A. 
biuyUi vbaiiy ii.;. 

SMOOTH HaIRED TERRIERS —Except Black 
and Tan: 1st, C. F. Copcman (Leading Star); 2d, 
Mrs. M. A. Troujrhear (North Star). High com. and 
reserve, A. George (Glenrosa). 

BLACK AND TAN TERRIERS. — Challenge— 
Prize. C. Wbicehouse (Wheel of Fortune).— Open- 
Exceeding lQi&s.—Dogs: m, F. Wheatley (Hero): 
2d, R. Hardy (Sir Evelyu). High com. and reserve, 
Hill and Ashton (Cbarmerj. High com.. Capt. S M. 
Thomas (The Artist) and G. H. Wilkenson (Robin 
Hood). Biiehes: 1st and 2d, G. S. Manuelle (Vis- 
countess and Wan*tead Queen). High com. and 
reserve. F. Steade (Kenwood Queen).— Not exceed- 
ing 16LB8.— Equal 1st, C. F. Copeman (Witch) and 
Hill and Ash ton (Meersbrook Grace); 8J, withheld. 
Puppies: 1st and 2d, Hill and Ashton (Gentle Annie 
and General VI). Reserve, J. E. Walsh (Prince of 
Albany). 

SKYE TERRIERS. — Challenge - Prize. Mrs. 
Jacobson (Cuthullin). Reserve, Rev. T. Nolan (Kings- 
ton Roy). — Open — J rop-Eared— Dogs: 1st, Mrs. 
Jacobson (Lord Burleigh); 2d. Major Gen. (\ Alex- 
ander, M. P. (Panda). Very bigh com. and*reserve, 
Mrs. Tooth (Iron conqueror). Com.. Hev. J. R 
Runway (Kenniej. Bitches: 1st, C. E. Harris (Lassi«»- 
wcen); 2d, Mrs. Jacobson (Witchet). — Prick-Eared 
—Dogs: 1st, Mrs. Jacobson (Snarley-Yow); 2d. Mrs. 
Tooth (Invicta). Bitches: 1st, J. Thompson (Missie); 
2d, J. Locke (The Abbess). Very high com. and re- 
serve, Mrs. Jacobson (Favorite). Hi<h com.. C. H. 
Lane (Lorna). Com., Mrs. Tooth (Mistress MacGib- 
bon). 

HARD- HAIRED SCOTH TERRIERS. -1st, Mackie 
and McColl (Dundee); 2d, H. J. Ludlow (Worry); 8d, 
and very high com. and reserve, J. A. Adamson 
(Darkle and Ashley Charlie). Very high com., E. 
M. Bristowe (Brick) and Mackie and McColl (2) Dun- 
robin and Dungarry). High com,, H. J. Ludlow 
(Lorna Doone) and M. C. Asbwin (Scuffles). Com. 
8. Cameron, Jr. (The Real McKye) and 0. E. Ham- 
mond (Clamor;. Puppies: 1st, J. A. Adamson 



(Ashley Charlie); 3d, A. O. Mudie (Tuath). Very- 
high com. and reserve and very high com., Mackie 
and McColl (Dungarry and Dunrobin). High com. 
H. J. Ludlow (Lorna Doone). Com., 8 Cameron ' 
(The Real McKye) and C. E. Hammond (Clamar). 

DANDIE DINMONT TERRIERS. - Challenge— 
Doas: Prize, H. F. De Trafford (Roderick). Reserve 
A. Mutter (Jethart). Bitches: 1st, H. F. De TralTord 
a^ l .Tw^_A m » ,*—. — j.FlinnjBorder 
-Iero);8d, H. F. De 
»««•»*«.«*• (wu w»»«i«E7* uww/. »ery nigh com. and 
reserve, W. W. Reid (Tip). Very high com., J. a 
Carrick (2) (King Moor and Pasha). High com.. B 
W. Peek (Jock V.). Com., J. Sherwood, Jr. (Habbie 
**?'****&*£!; ^ T. MaxweU (Kelso Maggie); 2d 
and 8d, J. FUnn (Lucky Lass and Grace Darling) 
Very high com , and reserve, J. Finch*- tt (UanrvTst 
Gyp). Very high com., C. H. Lane (Border La*s, 
late Queen) and W. Foster (Flora Mclvor ). Puppies - 
1st, H. F. De Trafford (Annie Laurie); 2d, J. jfrinn 
(Grace Dai ling ; 8d, Rev. E. 8. Tiddeman (Racquet). 
??1. h fc h ««n. and reserve, C. H. Lane (Border 
H n Kir « Ver y nl £h com - T - Stordy (Sirius). Com., 
W. H. Pinder (Otbv,) and J. Wilson (Jan Scot ). 

PUGa— Challenge Dogs: 1st and cup, Mrs. M A 
Foster (Diamond) ; 2d, S. d Lock (second Challenger)' 
Very high com. and reserve, M s. L. Stanhope 
( &}\ 9) - v «7 ai*h com.. Lady Brassey (Challenger). 
Bitches: 1st, Rev. J. Lindsay (Duchess of Connaughti : 
2d, Miss M. A. E. HolJsworth (Dowager).— Open— 
Dogs: 1st and cup, W. L. Sheffield (Sovereign); 2d, H. 
Cox and E. Jaquet (Daniel); 8d, Mrs. O floulker 
(Loris). Very high com. and reserve. Miss F. M. Bar- 
low (Nicodemus). Very high com., Mrs. F. Stephens 
(Punch VIII) and Miss Kennie (Lion). High com 
A. Bradshaw (Claim) and Mrs. E J. Court akimbo)' 
Bitches: 1st and cup, Mrs. T. B. Weaver (Belle of 
the Bag); 2d, Mrs. O. Houtker (Queen Rose); 8d,W. 
L. Sheffield (Sweet Briar). Very high com. and re- 
serve, H. Jones (Duchess of Wednesbury). Very 
high com, Lady Brassey (Filisina), A. Bagshaw 
(Liddia). and J. W. Wood (Toinette). Puppies: 1st 
and cup and 2d, Mrs. Hemming (Fippa and Pasha)* 
«d, Mrs. M. A. Foster (King of Diamonds). Very 
high com. and reserve. Miss Barrett (Zachariah Lop- 
pington). High com., Mrs. H. Cox (ousannah Lop- 
pmgton). *^ 

YORKSHIRE TERRIERS.- 1st. Mrs. Foster (Lady 
Bective); 2d, Mrs. M. A. Troughear (Conqueror). 
Very high com. and reserve, Mrn. M. A. Foster (Effle) 
Com , Mrs. Stanhope (Ebor). 

MALTESE.-lst, 2d and 3d, Lady Giffard (Hugh, 
Qureu II. and Lord Clyde). Very high com., C 
l'ettit iFloss 1H.). Com., Lady Giffard (Sir Roger H.)! 
TOY TERRIERS.— Sr*ooTH-lst, Mrs. M. A. Foster 
(Prince A 1); 2d, W. J. Wetcnhal! (Lucette>; 8d, R. 
Fulton (Sanson). Hlgn com. and reserve, Mrs. M. A. 
Foster (Twink). High com.. G. Woodman (Doily 
Varden).- Rough -lht, Mrs. M. A. Troughear (Con- 
queror); 2d, 3d and very high com. and reserve, Mrs. 
M. a. Foster (Lady Bective, Dolly and Maude). Very 
high com., Mrs. L Stanhope (Ebur). Com., Mrs. M. 
A. Troughear (Springtide). 

TOY SPANIELS —Blenheims - Challenge -Prize 
Mrs. L. E. Jenkins (Bowsie).— Open- 1st. J. Garwood 
(Young Florne): 2d, Mrs. L. E. Jenkins (Beacons- 
field); 8d,' Mrs. C. Fisher (Btemnrck). Very high 
om. aud reserve, W. F. Bugnall (Polo). Vtry high 
com., F. Keebner (Sir Garnet) and H. Hogwood (Flo 
II). High com , F. Keehner (Prince Imperial), Mrp. 
L. Booth (Eail of Chester), L. Stanhope (Love) and 
W. Summers (The Marquis). Com., Miss M. 8. Fran- 
cis (Vera) —King Charles-Challenge- Prize, Mrs. 
J. A. Buggs (Alexander the Great).— Open— 1st, Mrs. 
Buggs (Bend Or); 2d, Mrs. W. Forder (Jumbo n.); 
8d, J. A. Buggs (SToung Prince). High com.. H. E. 
Jenkins (Romeo) and G. T. Crank (Grand Duke). 
Com., S. A. Julius (Cetewayo) and J. Beavan (Prince 
Battenberg).— Tri-Color or Prince Charles. -1st, 
J. Osborne (Prince V.); 2d, Mrs. L Stanhope (Prince 
Imperial); 3d, Miss S. C. Dimond (Summerland Snif- 
fle). Com. and reserve, Mrs. W. Forder (Little Tit). 
Com., Mrs. L. E Jenkins (Esmeralaa).— Ruey or all 
Reo.— 1st, J. Garwood (Dandy HI ): 2d, Mrs. L. E. 
Jenkins (Colonel Burnaby). 



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Entries must be written on blanks furnished for 
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Fixtures. 

DOG SHOWS. 

Sept. 22, 28, 24 and 25.— Dog Show of the Milwaukee 
Exposition Association. John D. Olcott, Superin- 
tendent. Milwaukee, Wis. 

Sept. 29, 80, and Oct. 1 and 2.— Third Annual Dog 
Show of the Southern Ohio Fair Association. H. An- 
derson. Secretary, Dayton, O. 

Sept. 20, 30, and Oct. 1.— Twelfth Annual Dog Show 
of the Western Pennsylvania Poultry Society, Pitts- 
burgh. C. B. Elben, Secretary, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Oct. 6. 7, 8 and 9.— Second Annual Dog Show of the 
Philadelphia Kenuel Club, in conjunction w|tn the 
Pennsylvania State Agricultural Society. E. Com- 
fort, Secretary, Philadelphia. Pa. 

Oct 6. 7. 8 and 9.— Fourth Annual Dog Show of the 
Dan bury Agricultural Society. 8. E. Hawley, Secre- 
tary, Panbury, Conn. 

Oct. 7, 8 and 9.— Dog Show of the York County 
Agricultural Society. A. C. Krueger, Superintend- 
ent, Wrightsville, Pa. 

Oct. 8 and 9.— Second Annual Dog Show of the 
Stafford County Agricultural Society. 8. R. Hicks, 
Secretary, Stafford Springs, Conn. 

FIELD TRIALS. f 

Nov. 9.— Second Annual Field Triawof the Fisher's 
Island Club, for members only. Max Wenzel, Sec- 
retary, Hoboken, N. J. 

Nov. 9.— First Annual Field Trials of the Western 
Field Trials Association, at Abilene, Kan. Entries 
close Oct. 15. A. A. Whipple. Secretary, Kansas 
City, Mo. 

No V# ie. __ Seventh Annual Field Trials of the 
Eastern Field Trials Club, High Point. N. C. W. A. 
Coster, Secretary, Jlatbueh, L. I., N. Y. 

November.— Fourth Annual Trials of the Robins 
Island Club, Robins Island, L. I., for members only. 
Wm. H. Force, Secretary. 

Dec. 7.— Seventh Annual Field Trials of the Na- 
tional Field Trials Club, Qrand Junction, Tenn. En- 
tries for Derby close April 1. B. M. Stephenson, 
Secretary, La Grange, Tenn. 



Little Duke. 

rpHIS typical beagle is the property of Messrs. 
- 1 - A. H. Wakefield & Co., Providence, R. I., 
and was entered in the February Register. 
He is the best all round beagle that we have 
seen upon the show bench. He made his first 
appearance in public at Boston last April, 
where he easily won first. At New York in 
May he also won first and the special for the 
best beagle in the show. The cut is from a 
sketch by Harry Tallman and is an excellent 
likeness. 

Important Notice. 

A 8a large number of dogs entered in the 
-£*- Register have won prizes since the date 
of entry it is advisable to bring up the records 
to date, and we propose publishing such a list 
in the December number or to form part of the 
index for the year. The task of examining all 
the prize lists for the purpose is more than we 
can undertake, so it will rest with owners to 
bring up the records of their dogs to date. The 
information should be furnished in the follow- 
ing shape: 

English Setters. 

6482. Don.— Additional record. First. New Haven 
and New York; second, Chicago, 1884; first and 
special, Boston; champion, Philadelphia (May). 1886. 



To Correspondents. 

E. N. K. T.— He never replied, and for pood and 
sufficient reasons. The pedigrees he furnishes are 
utterly unreliable, indeed he once admitted to us, 
when not aware of our identity, that he made them 
up. 

C. H. Hanwood— We are quite right. The dog is 
known as Robinson's Hollo, and is owned in Toronto. 
We know the dog very well. 

W. H. B.— We have had in contemplation a portion 
of your suggestions, but lack of space has so far 
prevented the carrying out of the idea. 

J. C. L.— The pedigree shows that there is Irish 
blood, and a memorandum is made to that effect as 
you will 6ee, but it would be ridiculous* to enter a 
white dog with orange ears and at root of tail with 
the Irish setters. 

C. R. 8.— As a mistake was made in the pedigree 
we will register the dog under the new name next 
month and cancel the old entry. 



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Rules Governing Registration. 

No duplication of names already registered will be 
permitted. This can be avoided by the addition of a 
-distinguishing number or other prefix or suffix. 

The names of weUkuown unregistered prize win- 
ners will not be registered for other docs of the same 
breed. , M 

No name will be registered of a nature to mislead, 
such as "Gladstone II.," or Gladstone, Jr.," for a 
setter not a descendant of that well-known dog. 

No pedigree will be extended beyond a dog already 
registered in the American Kennel Register, ex- 
cept in the case of a correction or the supplying of 
new and hitherto unknown information. 

The right is reserved to exclude any portion of a 
pedigree which is of doubtful authenticity, and to 
-decline the insertion of a pedigree supplied by any 
person who is known to have given or published false 
pedigrees or information respecting his dogs. 



Abbreviations. — "A.K.R.," American Kennel 
Register. "j£," English Kennel Club Stud Book. 
*'A. t " National American Kennel Club Stud Book 



Pedigree Register. 

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Entry fee (50 cents) must accompany each entry. 
Extreme care should be taken to write names plainly. 
Blanks furnished on receipt of addressed and 1 cent 
stamped envelope. 

BEAGLKS. 

2589. Bannerman II., white, black and tan 
dog, whelped July 5, 1885. Breeder and owner, 
Mr. A. C. Krueger, wrlghtsville, York county, Pa. 

Sire— Bannerman (A.KR. 1709). 
Dam— Queen (A.K.R 1790). 

2590. Little Beauty, white, black and tan 
bitch, whelped Oct. 16, 1888. Breeder. Mr A. H. 
Wakefield, Providence, R. I. Owner, Mr. Chas. H. 
liOunsbery. Providence, R. I. 

Sire— Driver, by Spot out of Fan, by Bounce out of 
Maud. Spot, by imported spot out of Fan. 

Dam— Pansy, t>y Driver (see above) out of Hare- 
bell, by Flute out of Cos^ette. 

2591* Messenger, black, white and tan dog, 
whelped Oct. 4, 1888. Breeder, Mr. £. L. Marshall, 
<5harlmont, Va. Owner* Mr. H. E. Bowles, Paw- 
tucket, R. I. 

Sire— Mingo, by Spot, imported 1877, out of Rose, 
imported 1876. 

Dam— Nell, by Sailor, imported 1876, out of Nellie, 
imported 1877. 

2592* MlM ^fitftf ; lemon and white bitch, 
whelped Oct. 4, 1888. Breeder, Mr. £. L. Marshall, 
Charlmont, Va. Owner, Mr. Joseph H. Brady, Paw- 
tucket, R. I. 

litter sister to Messenger (A.KR. 8891). 



BULLDOGS. 



2598* Bellissima* brindle bitch, whelped 
June 4. 1880. Breeder, Mr. J. H. Ellis, Hackney. Lon- 
don, England. Owner, Mr. John E. Thayer, Hillside 
Kennels. Lancaster, Mass. 

Sire— Sancho Panza (E. 8,666), by Turton's Crib 
<E. 2,606) out of Miss Smut, by Evans's Briton out of 
Rust's Kit. Crib (E. 2,606), by Duke H. out of Rush. 

Dam— Romping Girl, by Turton's Crib, by Duke II. 
-out of Rush. 

Record— Winner of over forty first prizes in Eng- 
land and America. 

2594. Britomartis, red brindle bitch, 
whelped July 16, 1881. Breeder, Mr. J. C. Lyell, 
Dundee. Scotland. Owner, Mr, John E. Thayer, 
.Hillside Kennels, Lancaster, Mass. 

Sire— Monarch (E. 0,488), by Turton's Crib out of 



Rose, by Sepoy out of Nell. Turton's Crib by Duke 
II. out of Rush. 

Dam— Penrie, by Angm (Sancho Psnsa— Lulu) oat 
of Topaz (E. 4.678). by Jim out of Nell. 

Record- In England, 188*: first, medal for best 
bitch and cup for best never before exhibited, and 
bulldog challenge cup, Aston Park; first and chal- 
lenge cup. Bulldog Club show, London; first and 
challenge cap, York; champion, Frome; first, cnal- 
len<e cup, and cup for best Ditch, Bulldog Club show. 
Hackney; champion and challenge cup. Crystal 
Palace. 1884: Champion and challenge cup, Crystal 
Palace; champion, first and cup, and challenge cup, 
Crystal Palace bulldog show; champion and cup, 
Crystal Palace. 1886: Champion, Crystal Palace. 
In America, first and special, New Yor*; first, Phil- 
adelphia. 

2595. Ramona, fallow smut bitch, whelped 
March 8, 1885. Breeder and owner, Mr. John E. 
Thayer, Hillside Kennels, Lancaster, Mass. 

Sire-Robinson Crusoe (A.K.R. £697). 
Dam- Belhsslma (A.K.R. 8698). 

2596. Rhodora, white bitch, whelped June 
27, 1881. Breeder, Mr. J. H. Ellis. Hackney, England. 
Owner, Mr. John E. Thayer, Hillside Kennels, Lan- 
caster, Mass. 

Sire— Champion Gamester (E. 10,770), by Turton's 
Crib (Duke n.— Rush) out of Berne's Rose, by Sepoy 
out of Berried Nell. ' 

Dam—Champion Ida (E. 10,796), by Faust (E. 9.846) 
out of Dorrit, by Sir Anthony (E. 4,568) out of Kit 
(E. 6,666). 

Record— Tn England, 1884: First. Warwick. In 
America, first, New York and National Breeders' 
show, 1884; first and special, NewJIaven and Boston, 

2597. Robinson Crusoe, fallow smut dog, 
whelped July 16, 1881. Breeder, Mr. J. C. Lyell, 
Dundee, Scotland. Owner, Mr. John E. Thayer/Hill- 
side Kennels, Lancaster, Mass. 

Litter brother to Britomartis (A.K.R. 2694). 

Record-In England, 1884: First and cup, York; 
first, Crystal Palace, July; first, Llanelly; second, 
Darlington; equal first (variety), Buxton; first, 
Lincoln; third, Stockport; first, Tenby; first. Farns- 
worth. In America: First, New York and National 
Breeders 1 show, 1884; first and special, New Haven 
and Boston, 1886. 

COLLIES. 

2598. Beauty TIT., black and tan bitch, 
whelped Nov. 36, 1888. Breeder, Mr. J. A. Long, 8,988 
Cook avenue, 8t. Louis, Mo. Owner, Mr. W. S. Pow- 
ers, U. S. Express Co., St* Louis, Mo. 

Sire— Tweed, imported, pedigree not known. 
Dam— Nellie (A.KR. 888). 

2599. Dell* red bitch, whelped July 27, 1882. 
Breeder and cwner, Mr. A. F. Mullln, Mt. Holly 
Springs, Pa. 

Sire— Dick, by imported Kaiser out of Gipsey, by 
imported Frits out of imported Mink. 

Dam— Luna (A.K.R. 2606). 

2600* Fanny Wildfire. black, white and tan 
bitch, whelped March 4, 1886. Breeder, Mr. J. A. 
Long, 3,722 Cook avenue, St Louis, Mo. O <*ner, Mr. 
L. M. Boughton, Lancaster, Gr*nt county, Wis. 

Hire— Bruce II., imported, pedigree unknown. 

Dam— Madge Wildfire (A.K.R. 887> 

260 1 • Highland Mary II., black, white and 
tan bitch, whelped 1881. Breeder, Mr. Colin Cameron, 
Beckersville, Pa. Owner, Mr. A. F. Mntlin, Mt. Holly 
Springs, Pa. 

Sire— Scott, by Imported Laddie out of imported 
Flora. 

Dam— Lizzie, by Rex (A.K.R. 148) out of Moosey, 
by imported Shep out of Imported Nelly. 

2602. Kate Wildfire* sable bitch, whelped 
March 4, 1866. Breeder, Mr. J. A. Long, 8,722 Cook 
avenue, St. Louis, Mo. Owner, Mr. L. H. Boughton, 
Lancaster, Grant county. Wis. 

Litter sister to Fanny Wildfire (A.K.R. 2600). 



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2603. Lady Lilias, black, tan and white 
bitch, whelped Sept. 14, 1883. Breeder, Mr. Fred W. 
Rothera, Simcoe, Ont. Owners, Surrey Kennels. KUi- 
<sott City, Md. 

Sire— Lome (A.K.R. 444). . 

Dam— Lassie (A.K.R 445). 

Record-Second, puppy class, Toronto; third, On- 
tario Collie Show, 18847 

8604. Lady Scot, black and tan, white frill 
*nd legs, bitch, whelped May 5, 1885. Breeder, Mr. 
Thomas H. Terry, New York. Owners. Messrs. W. 
Atlee Burpee & Co., 47S and 477 North Fifth street, 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Sire— Bruce of the Fylde (A.K.R. 1415). 

Dam— Zulu Princess (A.K.R. 886). 

2605* Lord Wallace* black and tan, white 
tips, dog* whelped June 80, 1885. Breeders, Messrs. 
W. Atlee Burpee & Co., 475 and 477 North Fifth 
street, Philadelphia, Pa. Owner, Mr. T. R. Proctor, 

UttcaTN.Y. 
Afire— Bobble (A.K.R. 2305). 
Dam— Re (A.K.R. 2337). . 

2606. Luna, black and tan bitch, whelped 1880. 
Breeders, Messrs. W. Atlee Burpee A Co.. Philadel- 
phia, Pa. Owner, Mr. A. F. Mullin, Mt Holly 8prings, 

The breeders' statement is that this bitch was bred 
"on one side from a pair of collies bought of Mr. H. 
Jteith Murray, who raised them from stock obtained 
.from his brother, an English baronet.* ' 

2607. Nellie H., black and tan, white tips, 
4>itch, whelped 1888. Breeders and owners, Messrs. 
W. Atlee Burpee & Co., 475 and 477 North Fifth 
street, Philadelphia, Pa. 

This bitch was purchased by her present owners 
/rem Mr. Jeff Shauer, of West Chester, Pa. She 
was imported, but no pedigree was ever obtained 
with her. 

2608. Prince Sandy, black and tan, white 
on breast, dog, whelped July 1, 1885. Breeders, 
Jfiessrs. W. Atlee Burpee & Co., 475 and 4?7 North 
Fifth street, Philadelphia, Pa. Owner, Mr. Alex. 
Scott. 755 South Nineteenth street, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Sine -Bobbie (A.K.R. 2805). 
Dam— Nellie (A.K.R. 2807). 

2609. Queen Beauty, black, white and tan 
Wtch, whelped Feb. 25, 1885. Breeder, Mr. W. S. 
Powers, St. Louis, Mo. Owner, Mr. C. W. Darby 
Webster Groves, St. Louis county, Mo. 

Sire-Rob Roy (A.K.R. 884). 
2*»m— Beauty III. (A.K.R. 2508). 

2610. Queen Victoria, sable and white 

«*tch, whelped Feb. 25, 18T ~ " 
Jtr. W. S. Powers, U. 8. Exi 



feitch, whelped Feb. 25, 1885. Breeder and owner, 
Hr. W. S. Powers, U. 8. Express Co., St. Louis, Mo. 
Sire— Bob RoyJA.K.R. 834). 



Dam— Beauty III. (A.K.R. 2598). 

2611. Bob Roy, Jr., golden sable dog, 
whelped Feb. 25, 18S5. Breeder and owner, Mr. W. 
S. Powers, U. S. Express Co., St. Louis, Mo. 

Sire-Rob Roy(A.K.R. 884). 

Dam— Beauty m. (A.K.R. 2598). 



DEERHOUND8. 

2618. Bran, light brindle dog, whelped Aug. 17, 
1888. Breeder, Mr. T. Q. Dundas, Sleepy Hollow, 
Toronto, Ont. Owner, Mr. John £. Thayer, Hillside 
.Kennels, Lancaster, Mass. 

Sire— Donald, by Bruce. (E. 7,898) out of Fly (King 
of the Forest). Brace, by Keildar out of Norma. 

Dam— Wy vis, by Torram (Faust— Oarry) out of 
Xinfra, by 0*car out of Carrleto. 

Record— First, Montreal; txrcond, Philadelphia; 
first and special, Taunton, l»s4; second, New Haven ; 
Urst, Boston; first and special, Philadelphia, 1885. 



GREAT DANES. 
£613. CfDSar, orange brindle dog, whelped 



Oct 5, 1888. Bred in Germany, imported from C. 
Petrsyalski. Owner, Mr. E. P. Hodges, Johnstown, 
Pa. 

Sire— Helak. 

Dam— Bella. 

MASTIFFS. 

2614. Ashmont Lady, fawn, black points, 
bitch, date of birth not known. Breeder, the late 
Mr. Stocfcwell, editor Boston Journal. Owners, Ash- 
mont Kennels, Boston, Mass. 

Sire— Not known. 

Dam-Stockwell's Nell. 

When this bitch was purchased it was understood 
that the pedigree would be furnished, but owing to 
the death of Mr. Stockwell. nothing can now be 
learned of her parentage other than that she was out 
of his Nell by a well bred dog, and that both were 
imported. 

2616. Ashmont Nero* fownr ginger mark- 
ings, dog, w helped Feb. 6, 1885. Breeders, Athmont 
Kennels, Boston, Mass. Owner, Mr. P. F. Amidon. 
Hinsdale, N. H. 

Sire-Hero H. (A.K.R. 545). 

Dam— Lorna Doone (A.K.R. 



2616. Ashmont Nun, fawn, black points, 
bitch, whelped 1880. Breeder, Mr. Nelson Bogue, 
Batavia, N. x. Owners, Ashmont Kennels, Boston, 



Sire— Bull's Turk, by Pluto (Robinson's Turk- 
Countess) out of Venus, by Robinson's Turk out of 
Quakeress. 

Dam— Flora, by Ajar (Pluto-Jersey) out of a bitch 
imported from Bill George, of London. 

2617. Ashmont Princess, brindle bitch, 
whelped Oct. 28, 1884. Breeder, Mr. W. A. Robson 
Boston, Mass. Owner, Mr. P. F. Amidon, Hinsdale*, 

Sire— Ilford Cromwell (A.K.R. 2684). 
Dam— Ashmont Lady (A.K.R. 2614). 

2618. Ashmont Queen, red fawn, black 
points, bitch, whelped April, 1888. Breeder, Mr H 
H. Smith, Boston, Mass. Owners, Ashmont Kennels' 
Boston, Mass. 

Sire— Major, by Leo (Mitchel's Ray— Bowditch's 
Sally) out of imported Leona. 
Dam— Imported Clio. 

2619. Ashmont Tiger, brindle dog. whelped 
Aug. 1, 1885. Breeders, Ashmont Kennels, Boston 
Mass. Owner, Mr. R. R. Oesterreich, Mount Clemens' 
Mich. ' 

Sire— Ilford Cromwell (A.K.R. 2624). 
Dam— Ashmont Queen (A.K.R. 261$). 



2620. Ashmont Tonus, fawn, black points, 
bitch, whelped November. 1881. Breeder, Dr G B 
Sawtelle, Maiden, Mass. Owners, Ashmont Kennels' 
Boston. !*•— * 



Sire— Mike, by Austin's Jack (Kelly's Dash— Aus- 
tin's Juno) out of Dido, by Leo out of Juno. 

Dam-Juno, by Lion (Jack— Tutu) out of imported 
Fannie. 

Record— First, Manchester, 1888. Champion, Low- 
ell, 1884. 

2621. Bal Gal, fawn, black points, bitch, 
whelped July, 1881. Breeder. Mr. J. Banks, Eng- 
land. Owners, Ashmoni Keniiels, Boston, Mas3 

Sire— Beau (E. 6,856), by Nichol's rnnoe (Rajah- 
Queen) out of Belle, by Big Hen out of Juno. 

Dam— Lady, by Nicboi's Prince out of Martin's 
Duchess, by old champion Turk, great grand dam 
believed to be Counter. 

2622. Bruna, light fawn, black points, bitch, 
whelped June 2, 1884. Breeder, Mr. S. L. M. Barlow 
Glen Cove, L. I. Owner, Mr. Charles C. Marshall* 
Bergen t-oint, N. J. ' 

Sire Don, « rotber to Gurth (A.K K. 155). 
Dam— Countess, litter sister to Ceesar (A.K.R. 12) 



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2688. Chinalette, U* ht fawa wtcn < whelped 
Feb. 88, 1884. Breeder. Mr. Morton ChaUender, 

fpnng Valley, Isle of Man, England. Owner, Mr. 
ob. £ Hope, Coopersburg, Pa. 

flftre - Surajah (E/l 1.708), by Naylor'sBen OE^SHB) 
out of AW8 Judy dL 8.4&6), by Rajah (E. 8,988) out 
of Bathurst's Juno (E. 2,830). Ben, by Sloane's Lion 
out of Becker's Sybil (E. 2,898). 

Dam— Lenn, by Bontrear (by champion Beau, dam 
unknown) out of Lena, by Colonel out of Juno. 

Record— Third, puppy class and open class, Isle of 
Man, 1884; high com., Liverpool, 1886. 

2624. Illbrd Cromwell, brindle dog,whelped 
Feb. 88,1881. Breeder, Mr. Richard Cook, Bford» 
Essex. England. Owners, Ashmont Kennels, Boston. 

Sire-Cardinal, by Big Ben (Turk-Meg) out of 
Princess, by Wolsey out of Banbury's Juno. 

Dam -Cleopatra, by Cardinal out of Qwendoltn, 
by Green's Monarch out of Grace. 

Record— Very highly commended, puppy class, 
Alexandra palace, 1881; first, Alexandra Palace, 
1882; first and extra, Frome, 1884; third, New York; 
special for best brindle, Non-sporting snow. New 
York, 1884; first and special for seat mastiff, New 
Haven; second and special for best brindle, Boston; 
first and one of the winning kenuel, Cincinnati, 1885. 

2626. nford Cromwell II., brindle dog, 
whelped Oct. 88,1884. Breeder, Mr. W.O. Robson, 
Bostoo, Mass. Owners, Coughcura Medicine Co., 
Eau Claire, Wis. 

8 ire— Ilford Cromwell <A.K.R. 8684). 

Dam— ABhmont Lady (A.K.K. 8614). 

2626. Juno II, fawn bitch, whelped Dec. 86, 
1884 Breeder, Mr. W. E. Walden, Watervliet, Mich. 
Owners, Messrs. Winchell & Willson, Is air Haveu.Ct. 

Sire— buff. 

Dam— Fawn. ^ ^ . w . , 

Fawn and Buff were imported when about four 
months old, in September, 1888, by Mr. Pugsley of 
Canada. He said Fawn was two weeks older than 
Buff and affirmed that they were descendants of 
NicholTs Sultan and Governor General. 

2627. Lady Zara, brindle bitch, whelped 
Oct. 28, 1884. Breeder, Mr. W. O. Robson, Boston, 
Mass. Owner, Mr. James W. Bullock, Cincinnati, O. 

Sire— Ilford Cromwell (A K.R. 2624). 
Daro-Ashmont Lady (A.K.K. 2614). 

2628. Lorna Doone, 'awn, black points, 
bitch, wnelped Feb. 8, 1882. Breeder, Mr. Richard 
Cook, Iifoid, Essex, England. Owners, Ashmon, 
Kennels, Boston, Mass. „ n nM 

Sire— Crown Prince, by The Emperor (E. 9,820) out 
of Merlin, by The Shah out of khoda. The Emperor, 
by The Shan out of Countess (E. 2,861). 

Dam— Ilford Baroness, by Beau U>nnce— Belle) out 
of 8ylvia HI., by The Snah out of Sylvia H. 

Record— First, Montreal and Philadelphia; first 
and special for best mastiff in tne show, Non sporting 
show, New York, 1884; champion. New Haven, 1885. 

2629. Miss Hildebert, fawn bitch, whelped 
Oc . 6, 1884. Breeder and owner, Mr. A. Grant, West 
New Brighton, S. I. 

Sire— Hildebert. 

Dam- Regina (A.K.R. 2680). 

2630. Regina, fawn, black muzzle, bitch, 
whelp a Marcu 8, 1881. Breeder, Miss Hesketh, May- 
fleid, Bunbury. Cheshire. Owner, Mr. A. Grant, 
West New brightou, Staten Island. ,„ ,«. A 

Sire— Young King (E. 8,426), by Taurus (E. 2,840) 
out of Juno, by Field's King (E. 2,801) out of Wynn's 
Empress (E. 2,8?2>. Taurus, by Field's King (E. 
2 801) ou of Phyllis (E. 2,894). 

'X^I&unee (E 9,866), by Rajah (E. 2,388) out of 
Flora, by Nero (E. 2,818) out of Flo. Rajah, by Han- 
oury's Griffin out of hi*, Pmllis (E. 2,89i). 

2631. Victor, fawn, black muzzle, dog, 
whelped Dec. 26, 1884. Breeder, Mr. W. E. Walden, 
Watervliet, Mich. Owners, Messrs. Winchell & Wil- 
son. Fair Haver, Conn. 

Litter brother to Juno H. (A.K.R. 2626). 



POINTERS. 

2682* Cute, liver ana white bitch, whelped 
July 1,1886. Breeder. Mr. H. A. Saunders, Sooth 
Norwalk. Conn. Owner, Mr. L. Gardner, Mt. Ver- 
non. N. Y. 

Wre-Duke Royal (A.K.R. 8478). 

Dam -Gala Day (A.K.R. 8684). 

2688* Daisy Belle, orange and white bitch,, 
whelped May 86, 1886. Breeders, Clifton Kennels* 
Jersey City, N. J. Owner, Mr. Charles A. Parker, 1 
Clayton street. Worcester, Mass. 

Sire— Robin Adair (A.K.R. 8080). 

Dam-Lady Belle (A.K.R. 1788). 

2684* Gala Day, orange and white bitch,, 
whelped Aug. 16, 1888. Breeder, Mr. Augustus. 
Pitxer, South Norwalk, Conn. Owners, Elm Grove* 
Kennels, South Norwalk, Conn. 

5ire— Wheeler's Vic, by Rush (A.K.R. 857) out of 
Bell (A. 1884). 

Dam— Pitser's Flirt, by Sensation (A.K.R. 817) out 
of Old Flirt. 

2686. General Grant, lemon and white dog, 
whelped July 1. 1885. Breeder, Mr. H. A. Saunders* 
South Norwalk, Conn. Owner, Mr. L. Gardner, Mt. 
Vernon, N. Y. 

Sire-Duke Royal (A.K.R. 8478). 

Dam-Gala Day (A.K.R. 8684). 

2686. Leda, liver, white markings, bitch, 
whelped Jan. 81, 1886. Breeder, Mr. Chas. J. Peshall, 
Jersey City. Owner, Mr. Victor M. Haldeman, Gen- 
eral Wayne, Delaware county, Pa. 

Sire— Jimmie (A.K.R. 1589). 
Dam— Temp aticn (A.K.R. 1590;. 

2687. Rockton, orange and white dog, 
whelped June 17, 1885. Breeder and owner. Dr. G. 
P. Rasbach, Moaawk,N. Y. 

Sire— Jimmie (A.K.R. 1589). 
Dam- Daisy Murdock (A.K.R. 1782). 

2688. Steve, Uver and white dog, whelped 
Nov. 2. 1884. Breeder. Mr. H. C. Miller, Hudson,, 
N.Y. Owner, Mr. Wm. Dommer, Green Island, N.Y. 

Sire— Rushton (A.K.B. 815). 
Dam-Peg-Peg (A.K.R. 980). 

2689. Strathmore, li*er and white dog* 
whelped Oct. 14, 1884. Breeder, Mr. G. H. Pirey,. 
Fairmount avenue, Jersey City, N. J. Owner, Lieut. 
O. E. Lasher, U. S. N. 

Sire— Jimmie (A.K.R. 1589). 

Dam— Jule (A.K.R. 1042). 

2640. William Tell, liver and white dog, 
whelped Jan. 2, 1884. Breeder, Mr. A. T. Currier, 
Whitmsville, Mass, Owner, Mr. Charles A. Parker, 
1 Clayton street, Worcester, Mass. 

Sire— Currier's Prince, by Max (Hoyle's Max- 
Beauty IV.) out or Belle in., by Green's Frits out of 
Belle II. 

Dam— Belle H., by Whitin's Duke (Phil— Fan) out 
ot Eave's Daisy, by Phil out of Juno. 

Record— First, Boston, large size, 1885. 



PUGS. 

2641. Flossie C, apricot fawn, black points, 
bitch, whelped Feb. 15, 1885. Breeder and owner, 
Mr. T. H. Adams, Pawtucket, R. I. 

iStre— Imported Punch. 
Dam— Daisy HI. (A.K.R. 8148). 

2642. Lady Bess, light fawn bitch, whelped 
Oct. 2, 1888. Breeder, Mr. F. B. Lucy, 78 Camden 
street, Boston, Mass. Owner, Miss H. M. Chaffee, 
157 West Concord street, Boston, Mass. 

Sire— Little Boffin, by champion Banjo out of Effle. 
Dam— Lady, by The Doctor out of The Nurse. 
Record— High com., Boston, 1886. 

2648. Leo, fawn, black mask, ears, trace and 
nails, uog, wnelped Feb. 15, 1885. Breeder and 
owner, Mr. T. H. Adams, Pawtucket, R. I. 

Sire— Imported Punch. 

Dam-Daisy HI. (A.K.R. 2142). 



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ST. BERNARDS. 
Rough-Coated. 
2644. Kleine, brmdle, white blase, collar, 
chest, legs and tip, black facings, bitch, whelped 
November, 1884. Breeder, Mr. Chas. Tufts. Lancas- 
ter, Mass. Owner, Cheqnasset Kennels, Lancaster, 
Mass. 
Sire -Hermit (A.K.R. 28). 
Dam— Brenner (A.K.R. 706). 

8645. Konigin* red tawny, white blaze, 
cbest, legs and Hp, black facings bitch, whelped 
Oct. 12, 1884. Breeders. Cheqnasset Kennels, Lanoas 
ter. Worcester county. Maw. Owner, Dr. W. H. 
Sheldon, Middlebuir, Vt. 

Sire— Hermit (A.K.R. 28). 

Dam— Theon (A.K.R. 94). 

2046. Pius, orange and white, blase and black 
markings, dog, whelped October, 1888. Breeder, 
Mr. Schumacher, HoUigen, near Bern, Switzerland. 
Owner, Mr. C. M. Ransom, 1298 Main street. Buffalo, 
N.Y. 

Sire— Courage II., by Courage I. 

Dam— Belline. 

Smooth-Coated. 

2647* Lints, tawny brindle, white markings, 
dog, whelped April 18, 1886. Breeders, Chequasset 
Kennel*, Lancaster, Mass. Owner, Mr. J. S. Baume, 
Galena, 111. 

Sire -Alp H. (AIR. 705). 

Dam— Alma I. (A.K.R. 27). 



SETTERS. 



English Setters. 

2648* American Gaily, lemon and white 
bitch, whelped June 19. 1884. Breeder and owner, 
Mr. Howard Hartley, Pittsburgh. Pa. 

Sire— Royal Ranger (A K.R. 2290). 

Dam— Gaily (A.K.R. 2274). 

2649. Banjo, white, chestnut ears, dog, whelped 
Jan. 11, 1888. Breeder, Mr. J. M. Hnynes, Wilming- 
ton. O. Owner, Dr. J. R. HouseL, Watsontown. Pa. 

Sire— Belton's Boy, by imported Belton (Syke's 
Dash— Daisey) out of Dora Hi., by Belton H. out of 
Bramble. 

Dam— Countess Rose, by Royal Blue (Gladstone- 
Mersey) out of Modjessa, by Leicester out of Peeress 

8660. Beatrix, black and white bitch, whelped 
Jan. 8, 18S6. Breeder and owner, Mr. M. Hennessey, 
Houston. Texas. 

Sire— Duke Larerack, pedigree unknown. 
Dam— Daisy, pedigree unknown. 

8661. Belle of Bryn Mawr, orange and 
white bitch, whelped July 2, 1885. Breeders, Messrs. 
Ward and Eveleth, Boston, Mass. Owner, Mr. F. C. 
Say 1*8, Jr., East avenue. Pawtucket, R. I. 

Sire— Tempest, by Pontiac (Pride of the Border- 
Petrel) out of Fairy II., by Victor ont of Blue Daisy. 

Dam— Lilly, by Carlowitz (Pilklngton's Dash— 
Llewellin'* Countess) out of Princess Nellie, by Pride 
of the Border out of Petrel. 

8662. Countess Mattie, black, white and 
tan bitch, whelped July, 1886 Breeder, Mr. A. J. 
Callahan, New Haven, Conn . Owner, Mr. G. Edward 
Osbora, Birmingham, Conn. 

Sire— Foreman, by Dashing Monarch (Dash II.— 
Countess Moll) out of Fairy H., by Victor out of 
Daisy. 

Dam— Jolly Nell, by Goodsell's Prince (Pride of the 
Border— Pe rel) out of Jolly May, by Rob Roy out of 
Pocahontas. 

2663. Countess Victoria, white, lemon 
ticked ears, bitch, whelpea Nov. 24, 1884. Breeder, 
Mr. A. E. Burche, Washington, D. C. Owner, Mr. 
Geo. F. Clark, Diamond State Kennels. St. George's, 
Del. 

Sire— Druid's Boy, by Druid (Prince— Dora) out of 
Princess Draco, by Rob Roy out of Livy. 



Dam— Victoria, by Warwick (Leicester— Petrel) ou t 
of Belle, by Pride of the Border out of Kirby. 

8664. Dan Gladstone, black, white and tan 
dog, whelped June 19, 1885. Breeder and owner, Mr. 
W. K. Traver, Washington. D. C. 

Sire— Gladstone, by Dan (Duke— Rhodbe) out of 
Petrel, by Prince out of nil. 

Dam— Princess Pearl, by Druid (Prince— Dora) out 
of Princess Draco, by Rob Roy out of Livy. 

8666* Don IH«, lemon and white dog. whelped 
May 28, 1885. Breeder. Mr. F. D. Freeman, Central 
Falls, R. I. Owner, Mr. T. Augustus Fiske, Central 
Fall 4 R I 

Utter brother to Louise (A,K.R. 2666). 

2666* Eva H„ black, white and tan bitch, 
whelped Jan. 8, 1885. Breeder. Mr. M. Hennessey, 
Houston, Texa«. Owner, Mr. Samuel S. McCuen, 
New Orleans, La. 

Sire—Babe Laverack, pedigree unknown. 

Dam— Daisy, pedigree* unknown. 

8667* Hick C, lemon and white dog, whelped 
June 20, 1885. Breeder, Mr. H. J. Chambers, Louis- 
ville. Ky. Owner, Mr 0. R. Wasson, Versailles, Ky. 

Sire— Trump by Gladstone (Dan -Petrel) out of 
Countess Keve. 

Dam— Roxie <A K R 2578). 

8668. Iron Duke, black, white and ticked 
dog, whelped April 25, 1885. Breeder, Mr. Charles 
York, Bangor, Maine. Owner. Mr. Geo. Jarvis, 1015 
Washington avenue, New York. 

.Sire-Gun (A.K R 1538). 

Dam— Morning Star (A.K.R. 1541). 

8669* June, blue belton bitch, whelped May 
80. 1884. Breeder and owner, Mr. F. Wilcox, Buck- 
eye Kernels, Dunkirk, O. 

Litter sister to Buckeye II. (A.K R. 2558). 

8660. Lark, orange and white dog. whelped 
March 9. 1885. Breeder. Mr. N. A. Burnell. Cumber- 
land Mills, Me. Owner. Mr. Frank C. Thornton, 285 
Oxford street. Portland, Me. 

Sire— Bob, by Pat (Ponto— Peggy) out of Pearl V. 
by France out of Russa. 

Dam— Fan, by Don out of Nell. 

866 1 • Lion Gladstone, black and white dog, 
whelped June 19, 1885. Bree ier and owner, Mr. W. 
R. Traver. Washington, D C. 

Litter brother to Dan Gladstone (AIR. 2654). 

8668. Little Eva, black and white bitch, 
whelped May 10, 1882. Breeder, Rev. R. G. Hamil- 
ton, Troy, N. Y. Owners, Elm Grove Kennels, 8outh 
Norwalk, Conn. 

Sire— Fi tenet's Mac, by Pride of the Border (A.K.R. 
226) out. of Kirby. by Knowlee's Dan out of Venus. 

Dam -Louise, bv Pontiac (Pride of the Border- 
Petrel) out of Judith, by Rob Roy out of Belle. 

8663. Louis, white, liver spotted dog, whelped 
Jan 8, 1885. Breeder and owner, Mr. M. Hennessey 
Houston, Tex. 

Sire— Duke Laverack; pedigree unknown. 

Dam— Daisy: pedigree unknown. 

8664* Maud S„ black and white and ticked 
bitch, whelped April 25, 1885. Breeder. Mr. Charles 
Yerk, Bangor. Me. Owner, Mr. John Deitch, Eagle 
avenue, New York. 

Sire-Gun (A.K.R. 1588). 

Dam— Morning Star (A.K.R. 1541). 

2665. May, blue belton bitch, whelped May 
30. 1884. Breeder and owner, Mr. F. Wilcox, Buck- 
eye Kennels, Dunkirk. O. 

Litter sister to Buckeye II. (A.K.R. 2558). 

8666. Merry Belle, lemon belton bitch, 
whelped Oct. 5, 1888. Breeder, Mr. J. M. Avent, 
Hickory Valley, Tenn. Owner, Mr. E. W. Jester, St. 
George^s, Del. 

-Sire— Gladstone, by Dan out of Petrel. 

Dam— Bessie A., by Dashing Lion (Dash EL— Leda) 
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2667. Ned Gladstone* temon belton dor, 
whelped June 19. 1866. Breeder and owner, Mr. W. 
R. Traver, Washington, D. C. 

Litter brother to Dan Gladstone (A.K.R. 2631). 

2668. Noble Gladstone, Mack, white and 
tan do*, whelped March 81, 1886. 3reeder, Dr. Robt. 
I. Hampton. Athens, Ga. Owner, Mr. George T. 
Hodgson, Athens, Ga. 

Sire— Count Noble, by Count Wmd'em (Count 
Dick— Phantom) out of Nora, by Ltowelliu's Dan out 
of Nellie. 

Dam— Belle Boyd (A.K.R. 1277). 

2669* Nux, red. white markings, dog, whelped 
Oct. 28. 1884 Breeder. Mr. W. W. Oolkett, Spread 
Eagle, Pa. Owner, Mr. J. M. Fronefield, Jr., Wayne. 
Pa. 

Sire— Czar, by Echo (Sam, litter brother to Llewel- 
lin's Countess— May) out of Roberta's Maud, by 
Brooks's Old Bismark out of Knight's Dot. 

Dam— Venus, by Echo out of Zemt», by Young Lay 
erack out of Rhoda, litter sister to Macdona's Ranger. 

2670. Pearl Gladstone, black, white and 
tan bitch, whelped June 19, 1886. Breeder and owner, 
Mr. W. R. Traver. Washington. D. C. 

Litter sister to Dan Gladstone (A.K.R. 9654). 

2671. Prince Napoleon, lemon and white 
dog, whelped July 8. 1884 Breeiern, Goodsetl Ken- 
nels, Wilmington, Del. Owner. Mr. T. H. Adams, 
Pawtucket, R. I. 

Sire— Goodseirs Prince, by Pride of the Border 
(A K.R. 226) out of Petrel, by Laverock's Prince (E. 
1,899; out of his Lill II. (E. 4.295). 

Dam -Fairy II., by Bailey'* Victor (E. 1.45«) out of 
Blue Daisy (E 6,131), by Blue Prince (E. 4,259) out of 

Sickins's Cora (E. 1,488). Victor, by Laverock's Dash 
(E. 1.841) out of his Moll HI 

2672. Princess Gladstone, black, white 
and tan bitch, whelped June 19, 1885. Breeder and 
owner. Mr. w. R. Traver, Washington, D C. 

Litter sister to Dan Gladstone ( A.K.R. 2655). 

2673. Proctor, black and white and ticked 
dog, whelped Aug. 17, 1888. Breeder, Mr. Jere. 
Cockrell, Memphis, Tenn. Owner, Dr. P. Bryce, 
Tuscaloosa, Ala. 

Sire-Count Rapi r. by Druid (Llewellin's Prince. 
E. 1.899— Dora) out of Magnolia, by Leicester out of 
Sanborn's Nelly. 

Dam— Juno, by Bergundthal's Bake (Llewellin's 
Dan— Ruby) out of Fanny, by Leicester out of Dart. 

2674. Sailor Boy, orange and white dog, 
whelped Jan. 1, 1H?5. Breeder and owner, Mr. O. J. 
Swain. Melrose, Mass. 

Litter brother to Pet Allen (A.K.R. 2571). 

2676. Sam Gladstone* black, white and tan 
dog, whelped June 19, 1885. Breeder and owner, Mr. 
W. R. Traver, Washington.!). D. 

Litter brother to Dan Gladstone (A.K.R. 2655). 

2676* Vida, orange and white bitch, whelped 
Jan. 1. 1885. Breeder. Mr. O. J. Swain, Melrote, 
Mass. Owner, Mr. 8. G. Colson, WakeOeld, Mass. 

Litter sister to Pet Allen (A K.R. 2571). 

2677* Vita, black, white and tan bitch,whelped 
Sept. 15. 18S4. Breeder, Mr. Arnold Burges, Hills- 
dale, Mich. Owners. Col. B. B. Lewis and Dr. P. 
Bryce, Tuscaloosa. Ala. 

Sire— Dashing Berwyn, by Dash II. (Blue Prince- 
Kate) out of Countess Bear, by Llewellyn's Dar. out 
of his Count-ss. 

Dam— Vanity Fair, by Guy Mannering (Pride of 
the Border, A.K.R. 226— Fairy) out of Whirlwind, by 
Rob Roy out of Juno. 

Irish Sitters. 

2678. Daisy, red bitch, whelped March 14, 
1885. Breeder and owner, Mr. I. Henry Roberts, 
Moorestown, N. J. 

Sire— Wenzel's Chief (A.K.R. 281). 

Dam— Leigh Doane (A.K.R. 58). 



2679. Plorie, deep red bitch, whelped Jan. *T, 
1885. Breeder. Mr. Wm. Dunphy, Peekskfll, N. Y- 
Owner, Mr. Samuel Ooulson, Montreal, Canada. 

Sire— Gtenobo, by Etcho (A.K.R. 295) out of Norsen 
(A.K.R.297). 

Dam— Biddy, by Elcho HL (Elcho, A K.R. 285— 
Rose, A.K.R 296) out of Mag, by Blarney out or 
Eileen. 

2680. Fred, solid dark red dog, whelped June 
28, 1885. Breeder, Mr. Charles R. 8quire, 585 River 
street, Troy. N. Y. Owner, Mr. James Horton, * 
Elm place. Troy, N. Y. 

Sire— KUdare (A.K.R. 510). 
Dam -Colleen Bawn (A.K.R. 507). 

2681. Glenolden, red dog, whelped Aug. H„ 
18S8. Breeder, Mr. E. J. Martin, Wilmington, Dei. 
Owner, Mr. George D. Simon. Wilmington, Del 

Sire- Gtonoho, by Elcho (A.K.R, 295) out of Noreenx 
(A.K.R. 297). 

3am-Reeta, by Eksho (A.K.R. 295) out of Firefly, 
by Ruf us out of Friend. 

itecord— High com, Philadelphia State Fair showv 
1884. 

2682* Luray m„ red bitch, whelped Marcit 
14. 1885. Breeder and owner, Mr. I. Henry Roberts. 
Moorestown. N. J. 

Sire— Wensel'0 Chief (A.K.R. 281). 

Dam— Leigh Doane (A.K.R. 58). 

2688. Ned, dark red dog, whelped June 28,. 
1885. Breeder. Mr. Charles R. Squire. 586 River- 
street, Troy. N. Y. Owner, Mr. John F. Wolf. Frank> 
lin Square, Troy, N. Y. 

Sire -Kildare (A. K.R, 510). 

Dam— Colleen Bawn (A.K.R. 507). 

2684. Nell H., red bitch, whelped Oct. 3. 1884L 
Breeder. Major John B. Furey. Omaha, Neb. Owner.. 
Mr. Fred L. Cneney, Pittsfield, Mass. 

Sire -I uported Rollo. 

Dam— Juno, by Falconer's Nat out of imported 
Bridget. 

SPANIELS. 
Field and Cockjeb Spaniels. 
2686. Barney* black, white spot on breast*, 
dog, whelped July 2, 1885. Breeder, Mr. W. H.Tuck„ 
Wilkesbarre, Pa. Owner, Mr. Sheppard Avers. 
Wilkesbarre, Pa. 
Sire— Obo II. (A.K.R. 482). 
Dam— Yolande (A. K.R 528). 

2686. Dash, liver, white spot on breast, dog„ 
whelped June 10, 18S5. Breeder, Mr. A. H. Watson.. 
Atlanta, Ga. Owner, Mr. T. D. Egleston, Atlanta,. 
Ga. ^ 

Sire- Flush, by Judge (Dash— Red Rose) out ot 
Silky, by Dash out of Ruby Queen. 

Dam— Beauty, by Diver II. (Diver I.-— Flora) out of 
Topsy, by Ruby out of Floss. 

2687. Dorothy, black, white spot on breast,, 
bitch, whelped June 28, 1885. Breeder, Mr. S. R_ 
Hemingway. New Haven, Conn. Owner, Mr. Edward* 
E. Halt; Jr., New Haven. Conn. 

Sire-Obo H. (A.K.R. 482). 
Dam— Miss Nance (A.K.R. 1813). 

2688. Jet HX, black dog, whelped June 10U 
1885. Breeder, Mr. George S. Bennett, Dearer, Coa, 
Owner, Mr. J. F. Humphrey, Colorado Springs, Col. 

Sire-Jet H. < A.K. R. 1105). 
Dam-Nancy (A.K.R 1684). 

2689. Marion, black: and white bitch, whelped 
March. 1881 Breeders. Hornell Spaniel Club, Hor- 
nellsville. N. Y. Owner, Mr. A. Clinton Wilmerding. 
New York. 

Sire— Brag, by Wildair (Doctor— Josie) out of 
Little Buttercup, by Jack out of Fannie (A.K.R. 
888). 

Dam— Princess, by Wildair, out of Dolly, by WfldV 
air out of Curly. 

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8690. May Obo, black, white frill, bitch, 
whelped July 8, 1886. Breeder and owner, Mr. W. 
H. Tuck. Wilkesbarre, Pa. 

Sire— Obo II. (A.K R. 488). 

Dam— Tolande (A.K R. 688). 

2691. Newton Abbot Lady, liver and tan 
bitch, whelped July, 1883. Breeder, Mr. T. Jacobs, 
Newton Abbott, Devonshire. England. Owner. Mr. 
A. Clinton Wilmerdlng. 84 Broadway. New York city. 

Sire— Bend Or, by Kaffir out of Ladyship (tt. 6,308). 

Dam— Lady Bird, by Zalu (Bachelor. B. 6,887— 
Smutty, £. 7,886) out of Lass o* Devon, by Bachelor 
out of Negre*s (E. 8,878). 

Record— Firs*, New Haven and Boston; second, 
New York, 1886. 

TERRIERS. 
Black jlnd Tan Tbrbixbs. 

2692. Lady, bitch, whelped June, 1888. 
Breeder, »»r. E. Lever, Philadelphia, Pa. Owner, 
Mr. Henry Mu*s, Champaign, III. 

Sire— vortigern, by Viper out of Oypsey. 
Dam-Lilly II. 

Record— First and special, Cleveland and Philadel- 
phia State Fair; second, New York, 1884. 

Bull-Tsbjuxxa. 

2698. Nimble, white, lemon spot on head, dog, 
whelped April 18, 1885 Breeder, Mr. J. P. Stfnson, 
LeaveD worth, Kansas. Owner, Mr. William Mariner, 
Milwaukee, Wis. 

-Sire -Saxon (A.K.R. 1708). 

Dam— Spice (A.K.R. 789). 

Fox-Terriers. 

2694* Di, white, black and tan markings on 
head, bitch, whelped Sept. 85, 1884. Breeder and 
owner, Mr. John E. Thayer, Hillside Kennels, Lan- 
caster, Maps. 

Stre-Raby Tyrant (A.K.R. 2688). 

Dam— Richmond Olive (A.K.R. 8699). 

Record— First and special, puppy clas<, Boston, 
ami Philadelphia; flwt ana special for best fox or 
wire haired terrier puppy bred in America, New 
York. 1886. 

2695* Frolic* white, black and tan markings, 
bitch, whelped August, 1883. Breeder, Mr. Prescott 
Lawn nee. Greton, Mass. Owner, Mr. C. Remington 
Jov, Groton. Mass. 

Sire— Imported Buff (E. 6,933), by Buffet (Buffler— 
Frolic) out of S«an, by Daszleroutof Grace. 

Dam— Jeopardy, by imported Brockenhurst Joe 
(E. 5,9 8) (Belgrave Joe-Tricksev) out of Deacon 
Rosie, by Buff (E. 6,968) out of Deacon Ruby. 

2696. Jaunty, white, tan markings and ticks, 
bitch, whelped September. 1881. Breeders, Messrs. 
Rutb^rfurd, New York. Owner. Mr. John E. Thayer, 
Hillside K nnel*, Lancaster, Ma*8. 

Hire— Joker, by Nailer (Buff— Activity) out of 
Active. 

Dam— Torment, by champion Rattler out of Fly. 

Record— Second, New York. 1883; first. New Haven, 
and National Breeders' show; second, Taunton. 1884; 
first, Philadelpia, 1886. 

2697* Mixture, white, black and tan mark- 
ings, do*, whelped May SO, 1880. Breeder. Mr. Luke 
Turner, Leicester, England. Owner. Mr. John E. 
Thayer, Hillside Kennels, Lancaster. Mass. 

Sire— Champion Spice (E. 9,856) by Belgrave Joe 
(Belvoir Joe. E. 8,996— White Vic) out of Clove (E. 
8,024). by Nailer (E. 667) our of Vic. 

Dam— Fairv III., by Belgrave Joe out of Tricksey, 
by Cnance<E. 689) out of Ruby. 

Reord— First and special, Toronto, 1884. Also 
winner of many prizes in England. 

2698. Raby Tyrant, white, black and tan 
markings, dog, whelped April 8, 1880. Purchased 



from Mr. Geo. Raper. Prestwicb, Manchester, Eng- 
land. Owner, Mr. John E. Thayer. Hillside Kennels, 
Lancaster, Mass. 

Stre— Bailiff II . by Tarquin (Bustle— Tactic) out of 
Dahlia (E. 9.886). by Triolus out of Verity. 

Dam— Peach, by Brokenhnrst Joe (Belgrave Joe. 
— Tricksey) out of Hilda, by Hampton (E. 7,991) out 
of Hope. 

Record—Winner of innumerable prizes in England 
and Scotland. Third, New York; first. Montreal; 
first and special. National Breeders* snow, Phila- 
delphia; first and special, Taunton, 1864: first and 
special. New Brunswick. New Haven, Boston and 
Philadelphia, and first. New York, 1886. 

2699. Richmond Olive, white, black and 
tan markings on head, bitch, whelped May 88, 1888. 
Purchased from Mr. Geo. Raper, Prestwich, Man- 
chester, England . O wner, Mr. John E. Thayer, dill- 
side Kennels. Lancaster, Mass. 

Sire-Olive Tart, by Spruce (E 8,000) out of cham- 

Sion Olive (E. 6,996), oy tfelgrave Joe out of Tricksey. 
pruce by Spice. 

Dam— Dickinson *s Je«s, by Jock (Joker— Bell) out 
of Nettle, by Tackier (E. 11,191) out of Vic. 

Record— First and special for best dog in show. 
Toronto; first and special, New York, 1884; first and 
special, New Haven, Boston, New York and Phila- 
delphia, 1895. Also winner of numerous prizes in 
England. 

2700* Shame, white, marking over one eye, 
bitch, whelped Feb. 10, 1884. Breeder and owner, 
Mr. John E. Thayer, Hillside Kennels, Lancaster, 

Stre-Raby Tyrant (A.K.R. 8698) 

Dam- Richmond Olive (A.K.R 8699). 

Record— First, puppy class, New Brunswick, 1885. 

2701* Warren I*ady, white, black and tan 
markings, bitch, whelped July 84. 1888. Breeders, 
Messrs. Rutherfurd. New York. Owner, Mr. Wm. T. 
McAlees,Twenty-second and CallowbiU streets, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 

Sire— Broken hurst Joe, by Belgrave Joe out of 
Tricksey. 

Dam— Swansdown. 

Ibisr Tkbbibrs. 

2702. Norah (dead), red bitch, whe'ped Feb 
ruary, 1879. Breeders, Messrs. T. & B. Carey, Ire- 
land. Owner, Dr. J. 8. Niven, London, Ont. 

Sire— Spring, by McNessa (E. 7,888) out of Colleen 
Dhas (E. 6.888) by Sport (E. 5,761) out of Peggy (E. 
5,758), by Dooley's Sailor out of Jamieson's Fan. 
McNessa. by Rattler (E. 5,759) out of Twitch. Sport, 
by Small's Jim out of Craig's Fan. 



Dam— Nettle, by Badger (E. 6,888) out of Nannie, 
adger, by Arnold's Badger out of Mclntee's Gyp. 
Record— First, Toronto. 1880. New York, Pitta- 



burgh, Cleveland and Montreal; second, Cleveland 
and Cincinnati. 

Yorkshire- Terriers. 

2703. Mistress Mary, blue and tan bitch, 
whelped 1884. Owner, Mr. P. H. Coombs, Bangor, 
Me. 

Breeder and pedigree unknown. 

Record— Very high com. reserve (beaten by two 
dogs iu a mixed class), Philadelphia, 1885. 

2704* Tog, blue and tan dog, whelped June, 
1888. Breeder, Mr. C. F. Clarke, Portland Place, 
London, England. Owner, Mr. P. H. Coombs, Ban- 
gor, Me. 

Sire— Frisk, by Bruce II. (E. 6,724) out of a bitch 
bred by Miss Alderson, of Leeds. 

Dam— Witch, pedigree unknown. 



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BEAGLES. 

Flirt— Bannerman. — Mr. a. C. Krueger's 
Flirt was bred to his Bannerman (A.K.R 1700) on 
May 84. 

Pigeon— Bannerman.— Mr. Wm. L. Mann's 
Pigeon (A.K.R. 1796) was bred to Mr. A. C Krueger's 
Bannerman (A.K.R. 1709) on July 7. 

COLLIES. 
Daisy Queen— Bounce*— Mr. Martin Dennis's 
Daisy Queen was bred to Mr. Watson's Bounce 
(A.K! R. 2466) on Aug. 14. 

ITALIAN GREYHOUNDS. 
Fanny— Dick.— Miss Edith M. Van Buren's 
Fanny was bred to Mr. Henry 0. Burdick's imported 
Dick on July 4. 

POINTERS. 
Bellegarde— Flash* — The Surrey Kennels 1 
Bellegarde (A.K R. 1620) was bred to Mr. W. L. 
James's Flash on June 16. 

Erie— Tammany.— Mr. H. F. Rivera's Erie was 
bred to Mr. F. R. Hitchcock's Tammany (Tory- 
Moonstone) on July 80. 

ST. BERNARDS. 
Rough-Coated. 
Alma— Hermit.— Chequasset Kennels' Alma 
(A.K.R. 27) was bred to their Hermit (A.K.R. 28) on 
Aug. 28. 

Heidel— Hermit.— Chequasset Kennels' Heidel 
(A.K.R. 2045) was bred to their Hermit (A.K.R.28) on 
July 20. 

Irma— Hermit.— Chequasset Kennels' Irma 
(A.K.R. 1051) was bred to their Hermit (A.K.R. 28) on 
Aug. 20. 

8BTTERS. 

ENGLI8H SBTTBBS. 

Canadian Beauty— Robin Hood.— Dr. J. 

R. Housel's Canadian Beauty (A.K.R. 2068) was bred 
to his Robin Hood (A.K.R. 1461) on July 15. 

Countess H.-Robin Hood.— Dr. J. R. 

Housel's Countess H. (A.K.R. 1086) was bred to his 
Robin Hood (A.K.R. 1461) on July 2 

Countess Zoe— Banjo.— Dr. J. R. Housel's 
Countess Zoe was ored to his Banjo on Aug. 10. 

Gaily- Royal Ranger.— Mr. Howard Hart- 
ley's Gaily (E. 9,134) was bred to his Royal Ranger on 
Aug. 12 

Nell Kelley-Rex Gladstone.-Mr. W. r. 
Trave* 's Nell KeJley (Coin— Belfast) was b-ed to his 
Rex Gladstone (A.K.R. 2187) on July 17. 

Irish Setters. 

Doe— Chiefc— Mr. Max Wenzel's Doe was bred to 
his Chief (A.K.R. 281) on July 2?. 

Goldy — Tipton.— Dr. J. R. Housel's Goldy 
(A.K.R. 2661) was bred to his Tipton (A.K.R. 1093) on 
July 15. 

Lady Bess- Chief.— Mr. J. C. Cathcart's Lady 
Bess (A.K.R. 2178) was bred to Mr. Max Wenzel's 
Chief (A.K.K. 281) on July 18. 



Iiittle Nell-Bruee.-Mr. I Henry Roberto's 
Little Nell (A.K.R. 2179) was bred to Vbs Brace 
(A.K.R. 54) on July 19. 

Noreen H.— Chief.— Mr. J. F. Dwigbt's Noreen 
H. (A K.R. 1196) was bred to Mr. Max Wenzel's Chief 
A.K R. 281). 

Yoube— Chiefl— Mr. Max Werners Yoube was 
bred to his Chief (A.K.R. 281) on July 18. 

TERRIERS. 
Bull-Tebrixbs. 
Brandy— Rags*— Mr. E. L. Bailey's Brandy 
was bred to his Rags (A.K.B. 2587) on Aug. 2. 

Fan— Ran.— Mr. John Coles's Fan was bred 
to Mr. E. L. Bailey's Rags (A.K a 2587) on Aug. 2. 
Fox-TxBBixas. 
Jill— Flippant.— Surrey Kennels' Jill (A.K.R. 
529) was bredto their Flippant ( A.K.R. 528) on Aug. 11. 
Judy— Briar.— Mr. John O. Biinn's Judy was 
bred to Mr. E. L. Bailey's Briar (A.K R. 189*) on 
Aug. 12. 

Judy H.— Briar.— Mr. J. E. Reese's Judy H. 
was bred to Mr. E. L. Bailey's Briar (A K.R. 1896) on 
Aug. 8. 

Surrey Clove— Flippant.— Surrey Kennels' 
Surrey Clove (A.K.R. 1899) was bred to their Flippant 
(A.K.R. 528) on Aug. 18. 

Surrey Patch— Flippant.— Surrey Kennels 1 
Surrey Patch (A.K.R 1706) was bred to their Flippant 
(A K.k 628) on Aug. 8. 

Sktb Terriers. 
Curley— Jumbo.— Mr. E. L. Bailey's Curley 
(A.K.R. 1907) was bred to Mr. William Fish's Jumbo 
on Aug. 1. 

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BEAGLES. 
Gypsey Queen— Little Duke.- Mr. c. W. 

Willard's Gypsey Queen whelped three dogs and two 
bitches on Aug. 24. Color, white black and tan. 
Sired by Messrs. A. H. Wakefield & Co.'s Little Duke. 

Queen— Bannerman.— Mr. A. C. Krueger's 
Queen (A.K.R. 1726) whelped four dogs and two 
bitches on July 5. Color, white, black and tan. 
Sired by his Bannerman (A.K.R. 1700). 

Una— Bannerman.— Dr. E B. Weston's Una 
(A.K.R. 1824) whelped seven dogs and one bitch on 
Aug. 7. Color, white, black and tan. Sired by Mr. 
A. C. Krueger's Bannerman (A.K.R. 1709). 

BULLDOGS. 
Idllie Langtry-Guillermo.-Mr. Thos. W. 
Mills's Lillie Langtry (A.K.R. 24 3) whelped seven 
dogs and one bitch on Aug. 1 . Color, some all white, 
others white with brindle heads. Sired by his Guil- 
lermo (A.K.R. 671). 

.Princess Ida— Guillermo.-Mr. Thos. W. 
Mills's Princess Ida (A.K.R. 2454) whelped one dog 
and four bitches on Aug. 2. Color, white and brindle 
and white. Sired b: bis Guillermo (A.K.R. 671). 

COLLIE8. 
Ayrshire Flossie— Gaffa IX — Houghton 
Farm's Ayrshire Flossie (A.K.R. 1414) whelped four 
dogs and four bitches (two bitches destroyed) on 
May 17. Color, black and tan, white on four. 
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COipeetta— Bounce. -Mr. J. Watson's Clip- 
serta (A.K.R. 2888) whelped four dogs and six 
Pitches on Aug. 11. Color, dark and light sable, some 
with white markings. Sired by bis Bounce (A.K.R. 
2466). 

Flora H.-Rob Roy.-Mr. S. H. Hewlett's 
Flora II. (A.K.R. 8681) whelped two dogs and three 
bitches on July 27. Color, one black, white and tan 
-dog, one black and tan dog. one black, white and 
tan bitch, and two sable bitches. Sired by J. A. 
Long's Rob Roy (A K.R. 884). 

Kitty-Mae— Rex*— Houghton Farm's Kitty 
Mac (A.K.R. 589) whelped six dogs and four bitches 
on July 80 (one bitch destroyed). Color, black, tan 
and a little white. Sired by champion Rex (A.JLB. 
143). 

MASTIFFS. 

Regina— Hmoer. — Mr. A. Grant's Regina 
whelped on* dog and five bitches on July 1. Color, 
fawn and black points. Sired by Mr. Stevenson's 
Homer (A.K.K. 1080). 

POINTERS. 

Lady Maud— Beaufort.— Surrey Kennels' 
Lady Maud (AIR. 1167) whelped seven dog* and 
four bitches on June 27. Color, ten lemon and white 
and one liver and white; one dog and three bitches 
since dead. Sired by Mr. C H. Mason's Beaufort 
<A.K.R. 604). 

Mistletoe— Bruce II.— Mr. J. W. Houston's 
Mistltoe (A.K.R. 1284) wncloed one dog and eight 
bitches on Aug. 22. Color, liver and white. Sired by 
Bruce n. (A K.R. 696); four bitches and one dog since 
4ead. 

ST. BERNARDS. 

Sheila-Duke of Leeds.-Mr K. e. Hopf 's 
Sheila (A.K.R. 706) whelped five bitches on July 20. 
Co J or, white and dark brindle markings; one since 
-dead. Sired by Mr. E. R. Hearn's Duke of Leeds 

<A.K.R. 1686). 

SETTERS. 

English Bettors. 
Pearl Blue— Gun* —Mr. Chas. York's Pearl 
<A K.R. 1542) whelped four dogs and two bitches on 
.Aug. 4. Color, black, white and tan. Sired by Mr. 
Chas. York's Gun. 

Queen Alice— Count Noble.— Mr. Howard 
Hartley' ^ Queen Alice whelped four dogs and two 
bitcnes on Aug. 8. Sired by Mr. Wilson's Count 
tfoble. 

Irish Setters. 

Lady Clare -Blarney .—Mr. I. Henry Rob- 
erts's L*dv Clare whelped *even dogs and three 
bitches on July 10. Color, red. Sired by Mr. E. W. 
Clark's Blarney (A.K.R. 2501). 

Meggie-Neff.— Mr. J. D. Culver's Meggie 
(A.K.R. 886) whelped seven dogs and tnree bitches on 
July 81. Color, dark red. Sired by Mr. L. W. Dart, 
Jr.*sNeff(AK.R. 2047). 

Red Biddy -Glencho.— Mr. G. Laick's Red 
Biddy (A.K.R. 1558) whelped seven dogs and four 
bitches on Julv 8. Sired by Mr. Pierce's Glencho. 
Bitch caught distemper and all the puppies died. 

SPANIELS. 
Field and Cocker Spaniels. 
Flora— Black Prince.— Mr. H. Reiche's Flora 
whelped three dogs and three bitches (and three 
others dead) sex and color not noticed, on May 22. 
Oolor, two black and four liver and white. Sired by 
Mr. A. Clinton Wilmerding's Black Prince (A.K.R. 
42). 

Marion— Black Prince.— Mr. A. Clinton 
Wilmerding's Marion whelped one dog and six 
bitches on July 21. Color, six black and one black 
and white. Sired by his Black Prince (A.K.R. 62). 



Newton Abbot Lady-Black Prince.— 

Mr. A Clinton Wilmerding's Newton Abbot Lady 
whelped five dogs and four bitches on July 1 1 . Color, 
seven chestnut and two blaok (four dogs and two 
bitches since dead). Sired by his Black Prince 
(A.K.R. 62). 

Suwanee -Sport.— Mr. A. Clinton Wilmer- 
ding's Suwanee (A.K R. 658) whelped three dogs and 
three bitches on July 15. Color, four black and two 
black and white. Stivd by Dr. Charles MoBurney's 
(formerly Mr. A. Laidlaw) champion Sport. 

TERRIERS. 
Blaok and Tan Terriers. 
Lady— Vortigern*— Mr. Muss's Lady whelped 
three dogs and on a bitch on May 26. Sired by Mr. 
E. Lever's Vortigern. 

Fox-Terriers. 
Jill— Briar.— Mr. J. Jaqueth's Jill whelped three 
dogs and three bitches on July 12. Color, white, 
with black and tan marks. Sired by Mr. E. L. 
Bailey's Briar (A K.R. 1896). 

BULL-1 



Nell-Ban.- >ir.Al. Ward's NeU whelped four 
dogs and five bitches on May 20. Color, white. Sired 
by Sir. E. L. Bailey's Rags (A.K.R 2557). 



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BEAGLES. 
, white, black anl tan (A.K.R. 819), by 
Flute out of Queen. Has won first. New Haven, 
1884: vhc, New Haven; vhc, Boston, 1885. Fee $10. 
Applv to A. H. Wakefleld.& Co., P. O. Box 1,483, 
Providence, R. I. 

Little Duke, white, black and tan (A.K.R. 1994), 
by Racer out of Dally. Has won first, Boston, 1S85; 
first and two specials at New York. 1885. Fee $15. 
Apply to A. H. Wakefield & Co., P. 0. 1,488, Provi- 
dence, R. I. 

Trailer (A.K.R. 2525). Typical working English 
beagle bound. Rowett strain. Pedigrees and circu- 
lars giving record free. Fee $10. Apply to Herman 
F. Schellhass, 6 Brevoort place, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

COLLIES. 
Bounce*— The only son of tramp (sire of Tramp 
II., Scottish Hero, etc.) in the country. Remarkably 
small ears, correctly carried; grand coat of the 
proper texture, and excellent legs and feet. A sure 
stock getter. Fee $15. Jas. Watson, P. O. Box 770, 
Philadelph ia. Pa. 



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BEAGLES. 

Banner man -Floss Puppies.— Mr. James 

Gibson (Pittsburgh, Pa.) has purchased of Mr. A. C. 

Krueger (Wrightsville, Pa.) a dog and bicch puppy, 

by Bannerman (A.K R. 1709) out of Fl03s (A " " 



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Blue Cap.- M- E. E. Phin»r (Pittsburgh, Pa.) 
has purchwei Mr. A.r.K uegrr'a (WrightgviUe, Pa.) 
imported dog Blue Cap. 

Chase.— Mews, a. H Wakefield & Co. (Provi- 
denc?, R. I.) have purchased Mr N Elmore's (Gran- 
by, Conn.) dog Chase (A.K R. 2580). 

Dandy Beauty Puppy.— Mr. F. G. Hughes 
G^lt. Ontario* has purchased of Mr. A. C. Krueger 
(Wrightsville, Pa.) a bicch puppy, by Dandy out of 
Beauty. 

Grand Duke.— Mr. E. E. Shaner (Pittsburgh, 
Pa ) has purchased Mr. A. C. Krueger's (Wrights- 
viUe, Pa.) dog Grand Duke. 

Mottle.— M r. Wm. L. Mann (Elizabeth, N. J.) has 
purchased Mr. A. C. Krueger's (Wrighcsville, Pa) 
bitch Mottle. 

Pigeon.-Mr. Wm. L. Mann (Elisabeth. N. J.) 
has purchased Mr. A. C. Krueger's (WrightgviUe, Pa.) 
bitch Pigeon (A.K.R, 1725). 

Rosey.— Mr. J. W. Percival (Stanton, Mich.) has 
purchased Mr. A. C. Krueger's (Wrightsville. Pa.) 
bitch Rosey. 

Silver.— Messrs. A. H. Wakefield & Co. (Provi- 
dence. R I.) have purchased Mr. N. Elmore's (Granby, 
Conn.) bitch Silver (A.K.R. 2528). 

COLLTK9. 
Beauty.— Mr. A. Z. Mullin (Mt. Holly Springs, 
Pa.) has purchased M-. Martin Dennis's (Newark. 
N. J.) bitch Beauty (A.K.R. 581). 

Den. -Mr. 8. Tappen (Troy, N. Y.) has purchased 
the Houghton Farm's (Mountainville, N. Y.) dog Den 

Haut Boy.— Mr. C. R. Clark (Granby, Mass.) has 
purchased the Houghton Farm's (Mountainville, 
N. Y.) dog Haut Boy (A.K.R. 2582). 

Bitty May.— Mr. D. R. Hartley (E Bethlehem, 
Pa.) has purcnased Houghton Farm's (Mountain- 
ville, N. Y.) bitch Kitty May (A.K.R. 2586). 

Rex Rob Roy.— Mr. M. A. Scott (Richmond, 
Va.> ha* purchased Houghton Farm's (Mountainville, 
N. Y ) dog Rex Rob Roy (A.K.R. 2579). 

Snip Kit.— Mr. L. A. Ertabrook (West Lebanon, 
N. H ) has purchased Houghton Farm's (Mountain- 
ville. N. Y.) bitch Snip Kit (A.K.R. 2589). 

Topsy R.— Mr. A. R. Andrews (Charles River 
ViU»ge, Mass.) has purchased Houghton Farra'ri 
(Mountainville, N. Y.) bitch Topsy R. (A.K R. 2540). 

ITALIAN GREYHOUNDS. 
Joker.— Mr. Chas. F. Peregoy (Baltimore, Md.) 
has purchased Mr. Henry C. Burdick's (Springfield, 
Mass. ) dog Joker. 

MASTIFFS. 

Countess H.— Mr. H. C. Merritt (Tuckahoe, 
Weschester county. N. Y.) has purchased Mr. F. P. 
Ba^ett's (New York city) bitch Countess II. (A.K.R. 

1500). 

McMahon.— Mr. J Otis Fellows (Hornellsville, 
NY.) has purchased Mr. W. Wade's (Hulton, Pa.) 
dog McMahon (A K.R. 550). 

POINTERS. 
Beausire.— Mr. H. B. Thomas (Troy, N. Y.) has 

Surch^sed the Surrey Kennels' ^EUicott City, Md.) 
og B-ausire (A.K.R. 1656 . 

Beaulieu.— Mr. J. A. Denton (Silicon City, Md.) 
has p-irchAced the Hurrev Kennels' (EUicott City, Md.) 
dog Bet.uhVu (A.K R. 1774). 

Bonny b el.— The Surrey Kennels (Ellicott City, 
Md.) have presented the bitch Bonnvb^l (A.K.R. 1776) 
to Dr. J. W. Downey (New Market. Md.). 



PUGS. 
Tempest. -Mr. A. K. Goodwin (Providence, R- 1.> 
has purchased the Chequasset Kennels' (Lancaster,. 
Mass.) dog Tempest, br Young Toby out of Lady 
Flossie. 

Tousle.— Mr. Ed. L. McKee (Indianapolis, Ind.> 
has purchased the Chequasset Kennels' (Lancaster, 
Mass.) dog Tousle. 

THamond.— Mrs. Chas. 8. Marshall (North Lee- 
minster. Mass.) has purchased the Cbeqitasset 
Kennels' (Lancaster, Mass.) dog Triamond, by Young; 
Toby (A.K.R. 478) out of Tantrums (A.K.R. 220). 

Trump.— Mr. F. Opp (Montgomery, Ala.) baa 
purchased the Chequasset Kennels' (Lancaster* 
Mass.) dog Tramp. 

ST. BERNARDS. 
Rough Coated. 

Franz Bonivard.— Mr. Daniel Boone (Kansas 
City, Mo ) has purchased Mr. C. G. Hawk's (Abilene,. 
Kan.) dog Franz Bonivard (A.K.R. 478). 

Kleine.— Mr. George Q Dow (North Epping;,. 
N. H.) has purchased the Chequasset Kennels* 
(Lancaster, Mass.) bitch Kleine. 

Konigin.— Mr. Wm. H. Sheldon (Middlebury,. 
Vt.) has purchased the Chequasset Kennels' (Lan- 
caster. Mass.) bitch KOntgin, by Hermit (A.K.R. 28> 
out of Theon (A.K.R. 94). 

Leonhard.— Forest City Kennels (Portland, Me.> 
have purchased the Chequasset Kennels' (Lancas 
ter. Mass.) dog L<H>nhard, by Hermit (AXR. 28) 
out of Irene (A.K.R. 1051). 

Linda. -Mr. Chas. 8pring (Newton, Mass.) has 
purchased the Chequasset Kennels' (Lancaster, 
Mass.) bitch Linda, by Hermit (A.K.R.28) out of 
Sombre (A.K.R. 798). 

Smooth -Coated. 

Launfal.— Dr. Charles H. Baker (Boston,. Mass. > 
has purchased the Chequasset Kennels' (Lancaster ». 
Mass ) dog Launfal, by Alp II. A.K.R. 705) out of 
Alma (A.K.R. 27). 

SETTERS. 
English Setters. 

Ldon Gladstone.— Mr. Chas. E. Wallin (Mont* 
gomery, Ala.) has purchased Mr. W. R. Tracer's 
(Washington, D. C.) dog Lion Gladstone, by Glad- 
stone out of Princess Pearl. 

Pearl Gladstone.— Mr. Chas. E. Wallin (Mont- 
gomery, Ala.) has purchased Mr. W. R. Traver's 
(Washington, D. C.) bitch Pearl Gladstone, by Glad- 
stone out of Princess Pearl. 

Rex Gladstone.— Mr. W. R. Traver (Washing 
ton, D. C.) has purchased Mr. Chas. E. Wallm's 
(Montgomery, Ala.) dog Rex Gladstone ( v. K.R. 2167) 

Irish Setters. 

Flossie Belle.— Mr. J. Middleton. (Washington,. 
D. C.) has presented to Mr. Thos. Taylor (Four Mile 
Run, Va.) the bitch Flossie Belle (A.K.R. 2438). 

Rutledge.— Mr. H. W. Remington (Gen«*eo. Hl.> 
has purchased Mr. Chas. S. Davol's (Warren, R. I.) 
dog Rutledge A.K.R. 1860). 

SPANIELS. 
Field and Cocke* Spaniels. 

Barney.— Mr. Sheppard Ayres (Wilkesbarre> 
has purchased Mr. W. H. Tuck's (Wilke«barre> 
dog Barney, by Obo II. (A.K.R. 482) out of Yolande 
(AJKR. 528). 

Dorothy.— Mr. E. K. Hall, Jr (N*w Haven. 
Conn.) has purchased Mr. R. Hemingway's (New 
Haven, Conn.) bi'chDorothv, by champion Obo II* 
(A.K.R. 482) out of Miss Nance (A.K R. 1313). 

Lady Bub.— Mr. Herman F. Schellhass (Brook- 
lyn, N. Y.) has presented ro Mr. D. C. Frank (Tre- 
mont, N. T.) the bitch Lady Bub (A.K.R.998). 



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PUGS. 

Puppies*— Two remarkably promising puppies, 

by Young Toby out of Lady Flossie; six handsome 

>upp4es. by Santa Claus out of Juno, and two young 

Itches whelped in April, by Young- Toby out of 

Tantrums. Address Cbequasset Kennels, Lancaster, 



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ST. BERNARDS. 
Smooth-Coated. 
Puppies. -Four fine smooth-coated puppies, 
half brothers to champion Verone; two handsome 
sons of Hermit, and three rough-boated bitch 
pies. Address Chequasset Kennels, Lancaster, 



;b pup- 
, Mass. 



Corrections. 



AU persons are urged to use extreme care to write 
plainly. Entries must be made on the blanks fur- 
nishedfor the purpose. Subscribers should note the 
corrections against the original entry. 

Chicago Prize L*st, page 110, special prizes, New- 
foundlands—' Best in open clou*, Mohawk Kennels' 
Noma," should be under head of St. Bernards. 

2383. Gaffa H.-Date of birth April 7, 1868. 

2328* Owner, Mr. C. L. Kimball, Jr. In correc- 
tions <>f last month it was erroneously said that the 
breeder was Mr. Kimball. 

2481* Kalmia.— Owners, Coughcura Medicine 
Co., Eau Claire, Wis. 
2571. Pet Allen is a bitch. 
2587. Ba^s* not Rugs. 



DEATHS. 
816* Donsel.— Accidental poisoning. 
1480. Surrey Sam. -Poisoned. 
1660* Faustine.— Inflammation of bowels. 
1904. Surrey Vic— Consumption. 
2292. Addle S.— Paralysis, brought on by dis- 
temper caught at Cincinnati dog show. 



Greyhound Colors, Etc. 

Editor American Kennel Register; * 

Are these standard committees going to alter 
the present standard of points of the different 
breeds or introduce new standards to suit them- 
selves? 

Can you not manage to make the greyhound 
fanciers of America understand that red and 
white and white and red, black and white and 
white and black, are not the same, and that 
there is no such color as mouse? Tell them it is 
blue. 

In the pedigree of Mother Demdike (A.K.R. 
1760) please aote that Cavalier is by Cauld Kail 
out of Princess Royal, she by Cardinal York 
out of Meg of the Mill, by Bonnie Prince Charlie 
out of Fanny. • John Kidson. 

Kemptville, Ont. 

[The inclination now seems to be to let the 
standard idea go by the board We are very 



muoh at tea as to what these committees will 
do. The principal business so far has been the 
filling of the committees in consequence of re- 
signations. We are afraid we cannot educate 
American fanciers on greyhound colors, but we 
can tell them that the governing color is placed 
first, a dog with more white than black is 
white and black, and so on.— Ed.] 



Breeding for Type. 

WE are at all times pleased to give informa- 
tion of practical value to any inquirers, 
though it is frequently anything but an easy 
task to bore at the roots of pedigrees. Among 
other letters received last month was one from 
a new-beginner in fox-terriers which we give la 
full. The name of the writer is suppressed as 
we have no desire to give offense to him, but 
simply use the letter as a peg to hang an 
opinion upon: 

Editor American Kennel Register: 
. I am very anxious to find out the blood of the 
following fox terriers. What I mean is whether they 
are descended either from old Trap, Jock, Foiler or 
Belgrave Joe, or of uncertain ancestors. Not having 
a copy of the E. K. C. 8. B., I apply to you. 

There is Trajan A.K.R. 1480, by Corinthian ex Pearl, 
whosH pedigree is, to me, an unmeaning list of 
names, though the names of Corinthian and Pearl 
are very familiar. 

Nailer, by Buff ex Activity. I cannot find out Activ- 
ity's pedigree. 

Active, by Gamester ex Gipsey. I do not know 
what strain Gipsey belongs t". 

Scarsdale, A.K R. 1212. Will you give me the full 
pedigree of Jester II.. Riot, Satire, also of Old Rag- 
man and Grove Ella? Also the breeding of cham- 
pion R^yal aod champion Tussle, as I don't know 
the pedigrees of Artful, Merry Girl, Cricket, Joe and 
Venus? 

In Fay, A.K R. 1909. Can you give me the breed 
ing of Brokenhurst Frolic, Nottingham Nettle, Tes- 
ter and Old Mac? By enlightening me on the above 
you will greatly favor me. as I cannot breed from 
them without knowing further. 

Also of Mr. Thayer's Jaunty. I don't know either 
her sire or dam. 

Ab opportunity occurs we will reply to the 
above by instalments. But what we want to 
impress upon breeders in general is, that paper 
pedigrees never bred good dogs. Pay less at- 
tention to the stud book and more to what is 
going on about you. Scan the catalogues of 
dog shows closely and note the dogs that are 
put down as siring the winners. Take that as 
evidence worth more than a pedigree tracing 
back to the flood. As we have previously 
stated, pedigree suggests the ability to be & 
successful sire or dam, nothing more than that. 
Take Elcho, in Irish setters, or Obo II., in 
spaniels; who cares what their pedigree is? It 
is sufficient for the breeder to know tnat they 
are successful sires. 

In all breeds where outward form is the cri- 
terion of merit, type can only be obtained by 
carefully and systematically making a strain. 
This cannot be (lone out of the stud book. Be- 
ginning with one or two bitches of good family 
and well made, the choice for sire should be the 
dog that is siring the winners of the present 
time. Of the result only the best should be re- 
tained. Interbreed the progeny and follow 
out the same course of putting the poor ones in 
the bucket. How far interbreeding may be 
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opinion, almost entirely upon the animals used, 
and if a weak sire or dam is never bred from, 
there is no reason why the progeny should be 
anything but robust animals. Be careful in the 
selection of the breeders and never use the pedi- 
gree unless there are the frame, build and con- 
stitution to produce desirable results. It is 
the overlooking the physical defects of the sire 
or dam and relying entirely on the pedigree 
that, in our opinion, has caused much discom- 
fiture when interbreeding has been tried. 



Thoughts on Mastiff Breeding. 

BY "ASHMOHT. w 

Id the present accepted fashion in mastiffs 
compatible with perfect health and devel- 
opment; in other words, is it possible to breed 
dogs to the standard without inviting deform- 
ity? This question has frequently recurred to 
the writer suggested by the crooked limbs of 
many of the most noted prise winners of the 
day. To allude to the deformities of the mas- 
tiffs of England might seem an unkindness, and 
to dwell on the defects to be noted in the ken- 
nels of American breeders good taste will not 
sanction. Material to. illustrate the theory of 
the writer is absolutely indispensable, and the 
mastiffs at the Crystal Palace are chosen, with 
an apology to their breeders and owners for 
their selection. A careful analysis shows that 
not a single mastiff in the front ranks that is 
not, in a measure, defective in the hind parts; 
being either weak in the loins, too narrow in 
the quarters, cow-hocked or too straight in the 
stifles. Many have slouchy, dragging gaits, 
others are "stilty" in their movements. The 
dog considered by many to be the best in the 
world is badly cow-hocked, weak in the loins, 
And has narrow hindquarters, which he finds it 
difficult even to drag after him. 

Among the mastiffs at the Palace well-shaped 
and developed behind, not one was given a 
first prize. To one was awarded second; in her 
class there were but two entries. Another re- 
ceived third prize; four were very highly com- 
mended, and the remainder unnoticed. Recall 
the mastiffs of America, and on the fingers of 
one hand can be counted all the noted winners 
that are ndt imperfect in loin or limb. Surely 
there must be a reason for all this. The one 
which naturally suggests itself, and in which a 
ready solution for these deformities is found, 
is over-eating and insufficient exercise. Were 
they due to other and constitutional causes the 
infirmities would be general, that is, the fore- 
legs as well as those behind would be affected. 
Consider then the origin of the most prominent 
prize winners in England, were they not bred 
in London or its suburbs? Was it possible for 
them while being matured to have had free- 
dom of movement sufficient to develop perfect 
limbs and symmetrical bodies? Again, do not 
English breeders generally theorize that mas- 
tiffs need but little exercise, and therefore re- 
strain them from active exertion? Answers to 
these questions must aid in sustaining the 
theory of the writer. Following out this line 
-of reasoning, would mastiffs if allowed suffi- 
cient liberty during the growing stage— per- 
mitted to gambol, run and jump in constant 
activity as their natures prompted them— then 
.have developed into that cart-horse form, with 



short legs, heavy body, and lazy, waddling 
gait* In the human experience perfect health, 
and development is born of activity. Exercise 
does not invite the accumulation of fat, nor in 
the maturing youth promote low statures and 
coarse heavy frames; rather does it tend to a 
symmetrical growth, greater height and slen- 
derer limbs and bodies. Will any one gainsay 
that the tall, slender, muscular man of quick, 
active movement is healthier bv far than the 
short, heavy, obese man, with his alow, labored 
manner ana duck-like gait? 

It is proper to assume that the representative 
does in England are found in the front ranks; 
in fact in accepting a type of mastiff demand- 
ed by the present fashion, deformity in limb is 
one of the characteristics. The dog that wad- 
dles along with a slouchy gait, who finds a 
walk laborious, a canter torture, a run impos- 
sible, is the one chosen as nearer the standard 
of to-day. Within the year a mastiff has been 
imported to this country of which a judge in 
England, an acknowledged authority on the 
breed, is reported to have said that he consid- 
ered him the best specimen for breeding pur- 
poses he ever saw. The writer has carefully 
examined the dog in question and can honestly 
say that never before has he seen a mastiff so 
deformed. The muscles of the thighs are 
wasted, and paralyzed to such a degree that 
were his hindlegs of wood his movements 
would be as graceful and unrestrained as now. 

Is it possible that specimens like this can be 
regarded as proper for breeding? Can heads 
formed even in the most perfect moulds com- 
pensate for incomplete development and de- 
formity of limb? If so, why this marked dis- 
tinction, why are abnormalities considered less 
important in this breed and fatal faults in 
others? Had Beaufort, Elcho and Glencho 
been faulty in the loins and cow-hocked, would 
they have' won their premier positions? True, 
they are sporting dogs and speed is an essential, 
but is not perfect symmetry and development 
as necessary in one breed as in the other? Con- 
sider for a moment other animals. In a com- 
petitive class of thoroughbred stallions, would 
not lameness from spavins, curbs, navicular 
diseases and other abnormalties disqualify, no 
matter how perfect the horse is in form? In 
breeding cattle and sheep, is not success de- 
pendent in the main upon the selection of per- 
fect sires? The farmer in improving his grains 
selects only the sound and healthy seeds for 
planting. The breeders of domestic animals 
must appreciate the value of a high degree of 
health in progenitors, for the reason that all 
signs of defective nutrition or impaired develop- 
ment are transmissible. Dr. Manley Miles has 
given a case in point: "A mare affected with 
ringbone that unfitted her for farm work was 
kept as a breeder for several years. The colts 
were uniform in color, and as they showed no 
indications of disease wuen two or three years 
old, they found ready buyers at good prices. 
At the age of five years or six, however, they 
all had ringbone to a greater or less extent, and 
several were entirely disabled." The same 
author has stated: "In horses, strain of the 
back tendons, swelled legs, grease and roaring 
are often hereditary." Instances are not 
wanting showing that even slight defects in 
animals are inherited. 

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that in man and animals the offspring derive 
from the father more than the mother, external 
form and frame, from the latter more than the 
former, the vital organs, the lungs, stomach 
and mental nature. Knowing this, should it 
not be insisted upon that the sires have all the 
essentials, and especially among them well 
developed frames and muscles. 

This fact was well understood by Bakewell 
and his successors in the breeding of Leicester 
sheep ; of them Lord Somerville said: "It would 
seem as if they had at first drawn a perfect 
form and then given it life." Of the funda- 
mental laws in breeding, Youatt asserted that 
from passages in the Ola Testament bearing on 
this point, the best principles of breeding were 
understood at the time it was written. 

It must not be forgotten that not only is 
health in a high degree essential in progenitors, 
but also harmonious development of the 
muscular system. Compare the wild boar of 
the past with the pig of to-day. Wild life and 
activity developed the former, breeding and 
want of exercise has made the latter a loath- 
some thing. 

In our bench shows the writer has studied 
mastiffs, has found there pictures of grace and 
symmetry, with blood pure, eyes bright, head 
in propoi-tion. bodies well knit and limbs in 
harmony; all indicative of active powers, 
capable of making a run of several miles be- 
hind a team, or a jump over a "five-foot" fence. 

Those same dogs he has seen enter the ring 
to be displaced by others, cow-hocked and 
weak-loined, lame, shuffling specimens. And 
why ! because their heads, as the Almighty had 
intended, were in keeping with their bodies, 
and their legs in harmony with all. Of them 
the criticism made was "deficient in head and 
leggy." "Leggy 1" that term has now become 
common from its continued application go our 
mastiffs. And whence comes it? The wild 
boar had legs and was "leggy;" the pig of the 
present has the shortest possible. The former 
was symmetrically developed by activity, the 
latter is propagated largely by restraint. 

The beau ideal of an athlete is a man, tall, 
muscular, graceful. The short "stubby" boy, 
by well-appointed exercise and gymnastic 
training, becomes the ideal. The same boy, if 
decreed to live a sedentary life, would grow 
less in height, be gross in frame, lazy by nature, 
slothful in habits, and possibly fat, short- 
legged, with a shuffling, slouchy movement. If 
two puppies are selected, litter brothers, one 
given perfect liberty to run the fields, jump 
fences and follow his own promptings: the 
other kenneled, allowed but a small yard, there 
to eat, grow fat, occasionally bark and largely 
doze his time away, who can gainsay the result 
of this experiment. The first will in nearly all 
cases be more slender in body and have limbs, 
at the sight of which in the ring the average 
judge of to-day will wisely shake nis head, say 
"leggy" and turn to award the prizes to crip- 
ples with hydrocephalic heads, and loins un- 
able to bear a firm pressure of the hand. 

B v their awards, virtually , breeding is directed, 
at least influenced. The question of health, 
muscular strength and development, the possi- 
bility of transmitting vices, weighs little wnen 
compared to better shaped heads and prize- 
winning records. 

Should this be so ? Should a race of cripples be 



encouraged by awards, while dogs having per- 
haps little longer muzzles, but rich, pure blood, 
strong, healthy, well-made bodies and power- 
ful limbs, are displaced by those so imperfect in 
constitutions and structure, they must transmit 
to their "get" if not absolute weaknesses and 
deformities, at least a tendency to the same. 

Following this subject a step further, a dog 
is valued no less for his intelligence than hi* 
beauty of form. Why can it not be said of 
him as of man— 

"Mens sana in corpore sano." 

Infirmities in man warp his nature, propagate 
eccentricities, rendering him capricious if not 
morose. Among those of rich, pure blood, well 
developed bodies and limbs, and healthy to a 
high degree, would more naturally be sought 
buoyancy of nature, bright, keen intelligence. 
Might not the same physiological law exist 
among animals! Certainly it does not seem 
unreasonable to suppose that not only deformi- 
ties and infirmities embitter their natures, ren- 
der them impatient and savage, but inactivity 
vitiates faculties; lazy, indolent habits blunt 
perceptions and dull understanding. 



Show Distemper. 

THE following letters appeared in the For- 
est and Stream: of Aug. 27 and Sept. 3. 
With reference to Dr. HouseTs statement that 
his letter in last month's Register was not sent 
for publication, all we can say is that it was 
addressed to the editor and was printed ver- 
batim. No request was made not to publish, 
and as usual we simply exercised our discretion 
as to the value of the information. It seems 
that it was a good thing the letter did appear, 
as Dr. Housel can correct the error he made re- 
specting Glenchelcho: 

Gen. Wayne. Pa.— Editor Forest and 
Stream: In the last issue of the American 
Kennel Register, Dr. J. R. Housel, in his 
communication relative to the death of two of 
his dogs from distemper contracted at the re- 
cent Philadelphia show, lays blame to the 
veterinarian for allowing Glenchelcho (improp- 
erly registered at Philadelphia show as Glen 
Elcho) to remain, after his owner had requested 
permission to remove him. If you will permit 
I would like to reply to this through your col- 
umns (as well as the A. K. R ) so that the com- 
ing Philadelphia show may not suffer from ex- 
hibitors being scared away by this communica- 
tion. I wish to say, as the owner of the dog, 
that he had no signs of any sickness whatever 
during the show nor has ho had any since, 
neither did I remove him from the show or 
have any desire to do so. He had distemper 
during the fall of 1884. and was perfectly well 
and traveling around in all kinds of weather by 
Jan. 1, 1885.-^J. M. Fronepield, Jr. 



Watsontown, Pa, Aug. 28. —Editor Forest 
and Stream: In your issue of Aug. 27 Mr. J. M. 
Froneneld, Jr., denies that Glenchelcho had dis- 
temper at the Philadelphia show last May, and 
hastens to contradict me, for fear that my 
charge will be the means of keeping exhibitors 
away from the coming Philadelphia show. I 
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did have distemper, in the catalogue. And I 
dont think that Mr. Fronefield will deny that 
there was an Irish setter in the pappy clam 
down with distemper during the last three 
days of the show. I am sorry that my article 
appeared in A. K. R. as it was not sent for 
publication, and 1 so requested, for I would 
Se one of the last ones to do or say ought that 
would injure the Philadelphia show. I am 
under obligations to the management of the 
late show for favors shown me while there. 
But I think it the duty of the veterinarian to 
have removed at once any subjects of dis- 
temper. I was appealed to by the owner of 
this Irish setter to enter a protest against his 
remaining, as he. the owner of the dog, had re- 
quested the privilege of removing him and had 
been refused to do so. The dog was benched 
the third or fourth dog north or my Flora H. 
I may be wrong as to name, but in subject I 
am correct. Was it not Gerald? If this article 
meets the eye of the owner of the dog that was 
afflicted with distemper and that made the re- 
quest to me I ask him to corroborate my state- 
ment. I don't suppose there ever was a dog 
show without its after results of distemper, 
and I dont doubt for one moment that those in 
charge of the Philadelphia show were any more 
negligent than the management of other dog 
shows. In conclusion I wish to say I don't 
court any paper controversy on the subject, 
but will ask Mr. Fronefield to say am I right or 
wrong in saying there was a red Irish setter 
down with distemper? I say there was such a 
subject, if I am wrong as to name of dog.— J. 
R. HOTJSEL. 

Editor American Kennel Register: 

In the August issue of the Register, Dr. 
Housel's letter is intended to cast a slight on 
the management of the spring bench show of 
the Philadelphia Kennel Club, and especially on 
the veterinarian. It probably would have been 
better if the gentleman had first ascertained 
that the statements he made were correct be- 
fore he displayed them before the public. The 
dog mentioned in his letter, Glenohelcho, as the 
owner states in Forest and Stream, had not 
distemper, and he had no intention of remov- 
ing him. The dog I think he refers to was a 
red Irish setter, Gerald. This doe was called to 
my attention about 2:30 in the afternoon, and 
the owner had an order to remove him, which 
he did before 8 o'clock. The dog, in my opin- 
ion, at the time had not distemper, but was 
suffering from the effects of the Journey and 
his new surroundings. This opinion has been 
•confirmed by a communication i had from the 
owner since stating that he had no symptoms 
of distemper, but simply a slight cold. 

That there was not a case of distemper I 
would not say : there certainly was none that 
showed any objective symptoms, I doubt if 
there ever'wasashow held where there was 
not one or two dogs sent affected with the dis- 
ease, and especially in the incubative stage, 
when it would be impossible to detect the dis- 
ease even with the aid of a thermometer. It is 
just as reasonable to suppose that Dr. Housel's 
dogs were in this stage when sent to the show 
as to believe they contracted the disease there. 
Alexander Glass, V. 8. 

PHTT.APST.FBaA, Pa. 



The Rancocas Kennels. 

THE distinguished position which Mr. Pierre 
Lorillard nas achieved in the sporting world 
through the medium of his world-famous racing 
stable, located on his Rancocas Farm, at Jobs- 
town, N. J., portends to be further augmented 
by his entry into the canine world. For many 
years Mr. Lorillard has been an ardent sports- 
man and a great lover of well-bred and well- 
trained sporting does. On becoming a pur- 
chaser of his magnificent estate in Burlington 
county he at once set about making a game 
preserve. From having a few brace of well- 
trained native setters, he is now the owner of 
one of the best kennels of blue bloods in this 
country. In December of last year Mr. Loril- 
lard determined to go extensively into the breed- 
ing of first-class English setters, which he hoped 
m time would not only make their mark on the 
bench, but at the fiela trials in tins country and 
in England. Expense was not to be considered 
in the attempt to accomplish this end, and he 
began looking forward to the time when he 
should, by a system of crossing the Llewellin 
and Laverack strains, produce a race of dogs 
which should be known as the "Rancocas 
breed." 

He had been accustomed to shoot with a 
friend, Mr. Percy C. Ohl, of Plainfield, N. J., 
who had for many years been a breeder of 
native setters and who is a thorough sportsman 
in every respect. He sent for Mr. Ohl, told him 
that he contemplated the foundation of a sport- 
ing dog kennel; discussed the subject with him 
and asked Mr. Ohl to become its manager. Mr. 
Ohl at once entered into the project, and armed 
with a letter of carte blanche to draw on Mr. 
Lorillard for whatever money he needed for 
the securing of the foundation stock, he started 
on his purchasing pilgrimage. Leaving this 
city in January of this year, he visited New 
Orleans, Memphis, St Louis, Chicago and Can- 
ada, and the principal dog centers m the Ea&t. 
His trip lasted until April, and when he re- 
turned home he had purchased at a cost ap- 
proximating to $15,000, the following well- 
known setters: 

Dashing Monarch (UeweUin's Dash— Coun- 
tess Moll). 

Storm Petrel (Don Juan— Petrel HI.). 

El Mahdi (Don Juan— Petrel II.). 

Hamlet (Don Juan— Fairy Lass). 

Hotspur (Don Juan— Fairy Lass). 

Sudan (Druid— Ruby). 

Grouse Dale (Grouse— Daisy Dale). For field 
work only. 

Petrel II. (Pride of the Border— Petrel). 

Blue Belle (Rattler -Daisy). 

Vannette (Count Dick— Petrel). 

Lavelette (Druid— Princess Draco). 

Dame Petrel (Don Juan— Petrel III.). 

Glenada (Glenrock— Blue Belle). 

Glenlass (Glenrock— Blue Belle). 

Dame Buck (BuckelJew— Madame Llewellin). 

Lotta (Don Juan— Fairy Lass). 

Countess Mollie (Count Noble— Spark). 

Coomassie (Thunder— Peeress). 

Nancy Rake (Leicester— Petrel). 

He also purchased the pointer Shot (Sensation 
— H. W. Livingston's Rose). Besides the above 
when we visited the kennels in June, there 
were eight fine puppies by Gladstone out of 
Lavelette, and five by Dashing Monarch out of 



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Vannette. Blue Belle was in whelp to Dashing 
Monarch and Petrel II. to Count Noble. 

We have just learned from Mr. Ohl who 
writes that Hhe kennel since then has been 
-visited by malignant distemper, which broke 
out very suddenly, and had not the sanitary 
arrangements been complete our loss would 
.have been very great. Mr. Harry Ohl, who is 
the veterinarian, is deserving of the highest 
praise for his wonderfully successful treatment 
of the disease, especially in the cure of chorea 
and paralysis. I never saw distemper in such 
a horrible form before. In seventy-two hours 
after it was noticed hardly an animal in the 
kennel, old or young, but what was affected, 
while every variety of its freaks was shown 
and with some new additions. But as we did 
not lose a dog that was over a few months old 
we think the success in battling with the dis- 
ease was Lever equaled anywhere." Judging 
from the above account the Ranoooas Kennel 
is to be congratulated in weathering the storm 
so bravely. 

It was not until after the dogs had been 
brought home and given comfortable quarters 
in the barn which adjoins Mr. OhTs comfortable 
home on the Ranoooas Farm, that the plans for 
erecting a suitable kennel building were agreed 



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for puppies 1 to 4 weeks old, with dams. C % puppies 
8 to months. />, puppies 4 weeks to 8 tjaos. E> coal 
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upon; and it was not until the middle of June 
that the stock was introduced into their new 
and handsome home. All things considered, 
the kennel building is the most elaborate and 
well-appointed building of its kind in this coun- 
try. The accompanying diagram shows that 
in shape it has somewhat the form of a cross. 
The building is of wood, finished inside with 
hard wood. The main building, that is the one 



described as the reception room and kitchen, is 
two-storied in height, and it and the three wings 
are covered with peaked slate roofs. The roof 
of the main building *s surmounted with cupola 
and flagstaff. All the compartments in this 
model kennel are well ventilated and lighted, 
and all the corners of the rooms are rounded 
so as to not break the circulation. The build- 
ing is upon a mound five feet in height, and 
especial care has been given to have the drain- 
age as perfect as possible. The floors are of 
cement, traversed with patent drains. The 
second story of the building is partitioned into 
sleeping rooms, store room and a room for 
bitches in season. 

There are three spacious yards, one to each 
department They are surrounded with picket 
and wire fences sunk two feet under the ground 
and are nine feet above it. The yard belong- 
ing to the department where the working dogs 
are kept is an acre in size. The other two 
yards are of about a quarter of an acre. AH 
the yards are provided with "shades" or bar- 
racks wih straw-thatched roofs. The one in 
the large yard contains a wide shallow trough 
in which the dogs 1 feet are washed after they 
have been worked. The working dogs have 
free access to their department, where a fresh 
supply of water is always on hand. The refrig- 
erator, marked F in the diagram, is about ten 
feet long, and in it a large supply of food and 
milk is always kept. 

In front of the fennel is the exercising field, 
a beautiful clover-covered pasture 187 acres in 
extent. Through it, and about 150 yards from 
the kennels, a pretty brook flows, and a portion 
of it has been dammed into a bathing place for 
the dogs, where in warm weather they are 
taken every day. 

The cost of the kennel building, which was 
planned by Mr. Ohl and erected by Mr. Loril- 
Iard's resident workmen, carpenters, etc., was 
about $5,000. It is situated about a quarter of 
a mile from the largest of the three preserves. 
Not only is the Ranoooas Farm a great harbor 
for game, but the surrounding country is well 
stocked with quail, English pheasants and Eng- 
lish partridges, thus affording every opportunity 
to work the dogs in close proximity to then* 
home. Altogether the establishment of Mr. 
Lonllard's Ranoocas Kennels will for some 
time to come be watched with interest by the 
sporting-dog lovers of this country. It has en- 
tered the lists under unexceptionable condi- 
tions, and if the adage is correct that "money 
makes the mare go," Mr. Lonllard's venture 
should have a *'boom" that will give it a satis- 
factory record in no time.— X. %n Forest and 
Stream. 

The English Mastiff. 

BT M. B. WYNN. 

Part X. 

WE have now arrived at the period of the 
early days of dog shows, the first hav- 
ing taken place in June. 1859. With them we 
may trace the origin of photographing noted 
specimens, ana it is almost needless to say that 
photographs from life are of far more value to 
the breeder than drawings, however good and 
truthful the artist, as, to say the least, there 
are few who do not insert a mannerism of their 
own. At the same time I disclaim against the 



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worked-up fancy portraits that are sometimes 
dishonestly issued by owners of dogs that have 
won numerous unimportant prizes, for obvious 
purposes. Such portraits are simply a public 
Swindle, the f aulte having been tonecf down and 
suppressed, while fancied beauties and perfec- 
tions are inserted, not because they exist in 
the specimen, but because it may get a few 
pounds out of the pockets of the unwary public 
and put it into that of the unworthy owner of 
the dog. And generally these worked-up 

Shotos are the reputed portraits of dogs that 
ave won prizes at the smaller shows, under 
possibly bribed or incapable judges, their own- 
ers being afraid to enter such pot-hunters and 
prize-grubbers for competition at the larger 
shows, knowing perfectly well that under com- 
petent judges they would stand no chance 
against the best dogs of the day. Such a de- 
basement of art is truly a monstrous swindle. 

In 1861 Mr. Lukey took first prize at Leeds 
with his Countess, Mr. Cautley, the owner of 
the noted Quaker, at that time knowing so 
little about the English mastiff as to have 
entered that fine dog in the foreign variety 
class. Mr. Lukey had some photos taken of 
Countess from life. In possession of this superb 
bitch he failed to mate her judiciously, being 
carried away with the vulgar error of great 
size, to obtain which he crossed her with Lion, 
a dog bred in America by then Captain Gamier, 
R. E. Lion was a longish-headed, somewhat 
leggy animal, showing signs of a boarhound 
cross The infusion of this mongrel blood 
nearly ruined Mr. Lukey's strain, causing him 
to lose ground, which he never thoroughly re- 
covered. There were three dogs from tnisLion 
and Countess cross, viz. : Mr. Ashton's Lion, Mr. 
Lukey's Governor and Garnier's Harold, the 
latter a white-faced specimen that took after 
his mother in type, being a reversion to Mr. 
Thompson's strain. Mr. Gamier admitted that 
this dog was the finest male specimen he had 
ever met with, and consequently he was supe- 
rior to anything he had ever bred, and was, 
perhaps (Quaker and Tiger excepted), the best 
specimen he had ever, up to that date, set eyes 
upon. Governor, grand big dog as he was, 
nevertheless instead of possessing the short, 
square head of the true English mastiff, in- 
herited too long a head and pointed muzzle 
from his &ire. and for the most part he 
begot animals with the long wedged- 
shaped head of the boarhound or Great 
Dane, leggy and showing too much of the ex- 
tended lithe figure, approaching toward the 
greyhound type. However, among his numer- 
ous unsatisfactory offspring (for like many 
other very large dogs he was extensively used 
and proved a decided failure at the stud) he 
begot Rufus, whose mother, Mr. Sam Horn's 
Jenny, was one of the then few remaining old 
English mastiffs, and was of the Trentham 
strain. Fortunately this cross restored the 
shorter head for Mr. Lukey. Rufus being a very 
grand-headed dog, although low standing and 
somewhat deformed. He was mated with Mr. 
J. K. Field's Nell III., who was a daughter of 
Cautley 's Quaker out of a very fine mastiff bitch 
owned'by Wm. Guppy (not Garrett, as is often 
erroneously stated); ner mother belonged to 
Lord Darnley, but her sire was never stated, 
and it has been rumored that he was a bull 
mastiff. However, this alleged bull cross has 



never been thoroughly investigated, much leas 
proved, and it is certain that Cater's Yorkshire 
Quaker, by Cautley's Quaker out of Guppy'* 
Nell was a very good mastiff, and a winner of 
numerous prizes, and his full sister, F. White's 
Princess (2,375) took the third prize at Cremorne 
show in London, in 1868, while his other sister, 
Nell III., threw to Rufus Mr. Edmund Field's 
Old King (2,301), who did more toward resusci- 
tating the true type of the old English mastiff 
than any other sire within the last twenty-five 
years. Both from his dam and the dam of his. 
sire, Old King inherited some of the purest and 
best mastiff blood extant 

It is worthy of note that Mr. Lukey never 
kept any stud book or written pedigree of his 
dogs, and although (like nearly every success- 
f ufbreeder) he at times bred regardless of alfin- ' 
ity, without seemingly any ill effects, yet he 
had no objection to a distinct cross, and it 
should be a significant warning to modern 
breeders that in crossing be introduceed a for- 
eign, distinct and inferior type, and in so doing 
lost his old one and with it the high prestige 



he then held, as Mr. Cautley with Quaker and 
Mr. Hanbury with a daughter of Bill George's^ 
Tiger beat Mr. Lukey easily, and the latter had 
to content himself with a secondary position 
between 1860 and 1869. In the latter year Mr. 
Lukey's lamp of fame threw out a final flicker, 
as by using Old King he obtained Beauty, 
Baron and Bounty, their dam being a grand- 
daughter of Bill George's Tiger. But the three 
were never equal to the trio Mr. Hanbury bred, 
viz., Taurus, .2,340; Hebe and Herpa, by Old 
King and also out of a granddaughter of Bill 
George's Tiger. What showed thatMr. Lukey'* 
ability as a breeder was not so acute as some 
people have been led or have led themselves to 
suppose, was the fact that with Beaut v, Bounty 
ana Treasure, and two daughters of the latter 
by the sire of Rajah — from these five grand 
brood bitches he failed to breed a single prize 
specimen; in fact, their offspring were so in- 
ferior that (with the exception of Bounty) they 
left no posterity. The truthful historian has at 
times to run counter to popular opinion, and I 
shall, therefore, conclude these remarks on Mr. 
Lukey with the well-known line: "De mortuis 
nil, nisi, bonum." 

In June, 1862. Mr. E. Hanbury's Duchess, by 
Bill George's Tiger, took the first prize at Hoi- 
born show, London, and was figured in the 
Illustrated Sporting News, and was also figured 
in the same for May 31, 1862, and in the same,, 
issue of Dec. 6, the same year. At fifteen 
months she weighed only 102 pounds. The cuts- 
may be relied on as accurate, as there was a 
striking likeness between them and Mr. Han- 
bury's fine dog Rajah (2,838). The cuts show a 
very broad, short-headed, fine-coated, muscular 
specimen, with a very fine stern carried down, 
and they form an important piece of mastiff 
history,' showing that the type Rajah was of r 
was inherited from and through Duchess, quite 
as much as through Nell IV. (the full sister of 
Old King) who was supposed to transmit the 
erroneously so-called bulldog type. A Lyme 
Hall mastiff belonging to Mrs. Coalville was 
figured with Duchess in the Illustrated Sporting 
Mews in 1862. These portraits were drawn at 
the Birmingham show, and it shows the Lyme 
Hall specimen to have been long in the head 
and houndy in ear. 






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Fixtures. 

FIELD TRIALS. 

Nov 9 -Second Annual Field Trials of the Fisher's 

Island Club, for members only. Max Wenzel, Sec- 

^Nov'^-^rsTAnnual Field Trials of the Western 
Field Trials Association, at Abilene, Kan. Entries 
close Oct. 15. A. A. Whipple. Secretary, Kansas 

^Nov^isi —First Annual Field Trials of the New Jer- 
sey Kennel and Field Trials Club, at Fisher's Island, 
for members only. A. P. Vredenburgh, Secretary, 

^rTe^' Seventh Annual Field Trials of the 
" Eastern Field Trials Club, High Point. N. C. W. A. 
Coster, Secretary, Flatbush, L. I^N. Y. 

November.-Fourth Annual Trials of the Rodids 
Island Club, Robins Island, L. L, for members only. 

Dec 7 -Seventh Annual Field Trials of the Na- 
tionalField Trials Club, Grand Junction, Tenn. En- 
tries for Derby close April 1. B. M. Stephenson, 
Secretary, L a Grange, Tenn. 

Important Notice. 

AS a large number of dogs entered in the 
Register have won prizes since the date 
of entry it is advisable to bring up the records 
to date, and we propose publishing such a list 
in the December number or to form part of the 
index for the year. The task of examining all 
the prize lists for the purpose is more than we 
can undertake, so it will rest with ownersto 
bring up the records of their dogs to date. The 
information should be furnished in the follow- 
ing shape: 

English Setters. 
5482 Don— Additional record. First, New Haven 
and New York; second, Chicago, 1884; first and 
jspecial, Boston; champion, Philadelphia (May), 1885. 



Breeding for Type. 

Editor American Kennel Register: 

In reply to your "Breeding for Type," in Sep- 
tember number last, I would say that I quite 
agree with you , and always hare taken it for 
gospel faith, 'that paper pedigress never breed 
good dogs." My letter was not written for the 
purpose u of tracing back to the flood" the ped- 
igree of any dog or for the sake of gloating 
over a long pedigree. I was led to write it 
after carefully studying the remarks of Mr. 
Doyle in Vero Shaw's book. I think when you 
are told so thoroughly the characteristics of the 
different strains; the broad chests of the Trans, 
the open feet of the Belvoir terriers, and the 
bad ears and sour expression of the Buffers, 
etc., it is foolish to go ahead and breed blindly, 
regardless of the good and bad qualities of the 
many strains of which the fox-terrier breed is 
especially made up. You will surely agree 
with me that there are certain fox-terriers 
from whose progeny you would be loth to 
breed. For example, the celebrated champion 
Kattler or Flippant. 

After noting my dog's bad faults and exam- 
ining his pedigree, I see he has a good deal of 
Trap blood in him, which generally tends to a 
wide chest, hence my dog's wide chest. This is 
simply an instance, and I may be wrong in my 
conclusions. . 

It must certainly be the best plan to use a 
stud dog who is siring the winners, but would 
you not prefer to use an untried young dog of 
good pedigree rather than the sire of winners 
who is of unknown or doubtful pedigree? As 
to the specimens to be bred together, I under- 
stand tney must both be of the same type; 
not a coarse large dog to a light delicate 
biteh or vice versa. As to correcting the 
faults of one by the merits of the other, I 
should think their brothers and sisters would 
have to be noticed more and be much more 
important in deciding than the animals to be 
bred. 

I have read with much pleasure the articles 
you pointed out; I quite agree with the writer 
of No. 1, page 69, Vol. I., that a good pedigree 
always should go with a good dog, for as you 
say pedigree suggests the ability to be a good 
sire. No. 2 seems to care for pedigree just as 
any hobby and I should think in breeding he 
would never refer to pedigrees, and thus would 
be a dangerous breeder and would do a good 
deal of barm to any breed by his introduction 
of bad blood. No. 3 speaks truly in saying one 
must have experience. This is just what I 



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want and I suppose I will get it in time to 
come. 

VoL II. page 14.— "H." thinks a doc; with 
three or four generations of pedigrees is just as 
good as one with fifty. I agree perfectly. In 
fox-terriers you want to trace back to some 
dog such as Jock, Trap, Belvoir Joe or Foiler. 
When you get there who cares what the above 
dogs 1 pedigrees are. You know perfectly their 
reputation as stock getters. No. 2, by the "ter- 
rier man,' 1 1 have read with much interest. It 
is solid sensible advise. Thankfully yours, 
The INQUIRER. 

[The above is a reply from the gentleman 
who set us on a fox-terrier pedigree hunt, as 
may be seen in last month's Register. In for- 
warding the result of our investigations we 
drew the attention to various communications 
which had appeared in the Register on the 
breeding question. There is one point which is 
too much overlooked in estimating the value of 
"strains," and that is the process of selection. 
A strain can be completely altered without any 
outside influence by a change in the policy of 
selection. In reply to the direct inquiry as to 
whether we would breed to an untried young 
dog of guod pedigree rather than the sire of 
winners who is of unknown or doubtful pedi- 
gree, our answer is that we would prefer the 
sire of winners. As to the untried young dog, 
if he was a particularly good dog, we should 
prefer to breed to his sire in the hope of secur- 
ing another good young one. In the event of 
the sire being dead ana with evidence that the 
young dog is not a chance good one, but the re- 
sult of improvement on both sire ana dam, then 
we might use him, but it would be very much 
in the nature of an experiment. For instance, 
there is Beaufort, the best pointer we have ever 
seen; had we been breeding pointers we would 
have preferred using Bow, the sire of Beaufort, 
until satisfied by the experience of other people 
that Beaufort was a good sire. There are 
always plenty of people anxious to breed to 
prize winners, and we are quite willing to let 
them experiment for us. and in a year or two we 
obtain all the information necessary without 
being put to the expense of following all of 
their examples. The successful breeder is not 
the one who leads in breeding to new dogs, but 
the one who avoids the failures of more venture- 
some breeders. This of course does not apply 
to a person who has a strain of his own making 
and is in a position to foretell with certainty 
what the result will be.— Ed.] 



Disputed Collie Pedigrees. 

Editor American Kennel Register: 

Absence from home must be my excuse for 
not replying to you sooner. Sorry I am un- 
able to give any information respecting the 
collies mentioned. I never had dealings with 



Mr. Kyle. 



Your faithfully, 

W. A. G. James. 



Kibby Lonsdale, Westmoreland, Eng., Sept. 2d. 
[The onus now rests with Mr. Kyle to prove 
how he came by the collies.— Ed.] 



The New England Kennel Club will hold 
their second annual dog show on April 6, 7, 8 
and 9, 1886. The secretary's address is Jean 
Grosvenor, Boston, Mass. 



Rules Governing Registration. 

No duplication of names already registered will be 
permitted. This can be avoided by the addition of a 
distinguishing number or other prefix or suffix. 

The names of well-known unregistered prizewin- 
ners will not be registered for other dogs of the same 
breed. 

No name will be registered of a nature to mislead, 
such as ''Gladstone II.," or Gladstone, Jr.," for a 
setter not a descendant of that well-known dog. 

No pedigree will be extended beyond a dog already 



in the Axxbigah Kknvxl Register, ex- 
cept In the case of a correction or the supplying of 
new and hitherto unknown information. 

The right is reserved to exclude any portion of a 
pedigree which is of doubtful authenticity, and to 
decline the insertion of a pedigree supplied by any 
person who Is known to have given or published false 
pedigrees or information respecting his dogs. 



Abbreviations. — "A.K.R.," American Kennel 
Register. "Iff./* English Kennel Club Stud Book. 
"A.," National American Kennel Club Stud Book 



Pedigree Register. 

t 

Entry fee '(60 cents) must accompany each entry. 
Extreme care should be taken to write names plainly . 
Blanks furnished on receipt of addressed and 1 cent 
stamped envelope. 

BEAGLE8. 

8705. Tony Weller, white, black and light 
tan dog, whelped March 84, 1886. Breeder, Mr. J. 
Satterthwaite, Jenkintown, Pa. Owner, Mr. Wm. H. 
Child, Cottage lane, Qermantown, Pa. 

Sire— Keno. 

Dam-Fly (A.K.R. 1012). 



COLLIES. 

8706. Bobbie H., black and tan, little white 
on breast, dog, whelped Jan. 4, 18S5. Breeders. 
Messrs. W Atlee Burpee & Co., 475 North Fifth 
street, Philadelphia, Pa. Owner, Washington L. 
Atlee, M.D., 1007 Columbia avenue, Philadelphia. 

Sire— Bobbie (A.KJL 2306). 

Dam— Fly: now the property of Mr. E. Lapp, War- 
ren Tavern, Pa. 

8707* Bonnie Elsie* dark sable bitch, whelped 
Nov. 24, 1886. Breeder, Mr. Martin Dennis. Newark. 
N. J. Owner, Mr. A. F. Mullin, Mt. Holly Springs, 
Pa. 

Sire— Brack (A.K.R. 8). 

Dam-Beauty (A.K.R. 631). 

8708* Couthie, tawny red bitch, whelped fall 
of 1882. Breeder, Mr. Elliott Johnston, Locuat Mount, 
Accomac county. Va. Owner, Mr. Arthur F. Lee, 
Owing's Mills, Baltimore county, Md. 

Sire—W. Penn Lewis's imported Bruce. 

Dam— Bonnie, by Watts% Boy out of imported 
Lassie, by champion Hamish (E. 2,864) out of cham- 
pion Trio (E. 5,442). 

8709. Dot, black, tan and white bitch, whelped 
Nov. 4. 1884 Breeder, Mr. James Lindsay, Jersey 
City, N. J. Owner. Mr. Mitchell Harrison, 101 South 
Front street, Philadelphia. 

Sire— Champion Rex (A.K.R. 149). 
Dam— Jersey Lily (A.K.R. 147). 
Record— First, puppy class, dogs and bitches, State 
Fair Show, Philadelphia, 1886. 

8710. Faithful Nell, sable bitch, whelped 
May, 1884. Breeder, T. A. Cloud, M.D., Kennett 
Square, Pa. Owners, Cloud Brothers, Kennett Square, 

itre-Garfield (A.K.R. 1671). - , 

Dam— Arvetta (A.K.R. 1788). < 



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2711.Foxey, formerly Darnley (E. 11,841), 
■able, white blase, chest, feet and tag, dog, whelped 
Jan. 28, 1881. Breeder, Mr. Emery, England. Owner, 
Kalxnia Kennels, Huntington, L. I. 

Sire— Druce, by Duncan out of Bess. See pedigree 
of Lintie (A.K.R. 3409). 

Dam— Maggie Lauder, by Cockgie (E. 7,519) out of 
Trip. Cocksie, by Cookie (B. 8,847). 

2712. Heather Bell* sable and white bitch, 
whelped July 8, 1885. Breeder and owner, Mr. Lewis 
C. Bass, Moorlock Kennels. Woonsocket, B. I. 

Sire— Mut on, by Burpee's Fritz out of Gleason's 



Dan 



am— Jumper (A.K.R. 8718). 

2713* Jumper, sable and white bitch, whelped 
Hay, 1888. Purchased from Jas O'Brien, formerly 
of Philadelphia, now ef Colorado. Owner, Mr. Lewis 
C. Bass, Moorlock Kennels, Woonsocket, R. I. 

Sire— Imported Rover. 

Dam— Name and pedigree not furnished to pres- 
ent owner. 

2714* Lady Lola, black and tan bitch, 
whelped June. 1884. Breeder, Mr. C. F. Thompson, 
Wadley's Falls, N. H. Owner, Dr. B. A. R. Otto 
lengoi, 848 Duffleld streat, Brooklyn , N. T. 

Sire— Lord Lome, procured from St. John. 

Dam— Nancy ,by Charlesworth's (of Toronto) Sandy 
out of his Sandy 's Mate. 

2715. Lady Mac, black bitch, whelped July 
4. 1884. Breeder, Mr. Martin Dennis, Newark, N. J. 
Owner, Mr. James G. Gardiner, 58 East Forty-ninth 
street. New York. 

Sire-Brack (A.K R. 8). 
Pom— Meg (A.K.R. 8). 

2716. Lassie, black, tan and white bitch, 
wbelped June 80, 1884. Breeder and owner, Mr. 
Arthur F. Lee, Owing's Mills, Baltimore county, Md. 

Sire— Tweed (A.K.R. 2788). 
Dam-Couthie (A.K.R. 8706). 

2717. Lorna Doone, blacjc and white bitch, 
whelped July 88, 1888. Breeder, Mr. Thos. H. Terry, 
Hempstead, L. I. Owner, Mr. John S. Bacon, 888 
East Seventeenth street, New York city. 

.» Sire-Robin Adair (A.K.R. 8H8). 
Dam— Zulu Princess (A.K R. 896). 
Lorna Doone (A.K.R. 836) is dead. 

2718. Macbeth, lemen, white markings, dog, 
whelped Dec. 81, 1884. Breeder, Mr. W. F. Smith, 
Woonsocket, R. L Owner, Mr. Lewis C. Bass, Moor- 
loch Kennels, Woonsocket. R. L 

Sire-Mutton, by Burpee's Frits out of Gleason's Peg. 
Item— Pearl, by McDonald's Chief out of Burpee's 
Scotch Lass. 

2719. Merry Madge, black and tan, with a 
little white markings, bitch, whelped January, 1885. 
Breeder and owner, Mr. A. F. Mullin, Mount Holly 
Springs, Pa. 

Sire— Bobbie (A.K.R. 8805). 
Dam-Highland Mary (A JLR. 8601). 

2720. Minnie Garfield, black and tan bitch, 
whelped June, 1884. Breeder and owner, T. A. Cloud, 
M.D., Kennett Square, Pa. 

Sire-Garfleld (A.K R. 1571). 
Dam—Lady Orient (A.K.R. 1746). 

2721. MoUie Noble, black and tan bitch, 
whelped May. 1884. Breeder and owner, T. A. Cloud, 
M.D., Kenneti Square, Pa. 

Sire-Garfield (A.K.R. 1571). 
Dam— Arvetta (A.K.R. 1788). 

2722. Nancy Lee <E. 14,185), black, tan and 
white bitch, whelped Sept. 4. 1880. Breeder, Dr 
Ree, Farnham, Berks, Eng. Owners, Kalmla Ken- 
nels, Huntington, L. I. 

Sire— Weedon's Sailor, by Her Majesty's Noble out 
of Her Majesty '8 Nettie. 

Dam— Trip u., by Rotberam's Bruce out of Oliver's 
Trip. 



2723. Nellie Clifton, black with tan and 
white markings, bitch, whelped June, 1884. Breeder 
and owner, T. A. Cloud. M.D., Kennett Square, Pa. 

Sire-Garfield ( A.K.K. 1 571 ). 
Dam— Lady Orient (A.K R. 1746). 

2724. Nellie Grey, sable and white bitch, 
whelped Dec. 88, 1881. Brreder, Mr. James Lindsay. 
Jersey City, N. J. Owner, Mr. F. William Kaye, St. 
John, N. B. 

Sire— Rex (A.K.R. 149). 
Dam-Jeannie Nettles (A.K.R. 1884). 
-Record— First, St. John, 1884. 

2725. Olinthus, sable and white dog, whelped 
March 8?, 1884. Breeder, Mr. F. W. Kaye, St. John. 
N. B. Owner, Mr. Edmund G. Kaye, St. John, N. B . 

Sire— Lome, from the kennels of the Marquis of 
Lome, Ottawa. 

Dam-Nellie Grey (A.K.R. 8784). 

Record— Second, St. John, N. B., 1885, to her litter 
brother. 

2726. Olivia, cable and white bitch, whelped 
September, 1880. Breeder, Mr. S. T. Mercter, Gilford, 
County Down, Ireland. Owners, jrnnnin Kennels, 
Huntington, L. I. 

Sire -Old Sweep, by Cleg out of Flora. 
Dam— Drumlin Lassie, by Laddie. 

2727. Puritan, black and white dog, whelped 
July 80, 1865. Breeder. Mr. W. G. Martin, Garrison 'a 
N. Y. Owner, Mr. Milton Ferris Odell, PeekskiiL 
N. Y. ' 

Sire— Argyle, by Brack (A.K.R. 8) out of Dora 
(A.K.R. 4r. 
Dam— Jean (A.K.R. 588). 

2728. Roderick Dhu, black and tan dog, 
whelped January. 1885. Breeder and owner, Mr. A. 
F. Mullin, Mt. Holly Springs, Pa. 

^ire-Bobbie (A.R.B. 3806). 

Dam— Highland Mary II. (A.K.R. 8601)- 

2729. Sable (E. 11,858), dark brown sable r 
white chest, feet and tag, dog, whelped Aug. 80. 
1880. Breeder, Mr. J. Bissell, the Cedars, Great 
Ban, Birmingham. Owner, Kalmia Kennels, Hunt- 
ington, L. I. 

Sire— Charlemagne (E. 10,601). 
Dam—Minx, by Old Cockle (E. 8,847). 

2730. Strephon, sable and white dog, whelped 
June 9, 1884. Breeder, Mr. W. R. Dockrill, Hamp- 
stead, London, Eng. Owner, Kalmia Kennels, Hunt- 
ington, L. I. 

Sire— Champion Eclipse (E. 18,949), by Charle- 
magne (E. 10,691) out of Flirt (E. 9,459). 

Dam— Champion Flurry (E. 10,788) by Trevor 
(E. 9,446) out of Hasfrr (E. 8,588), by Carlyle (E. 8,505) 
out of Glen (E. 6,508). Trevor, by Trefoil (E. 4,588) 
out of Maude, by Old Cockie (E. 8,847) out of Meg. 

2731* Sweet Nannie, black and tan, some 
white, bitch, whelped Nov. %4, 1884. Breeder, Mr. 
Martin Dennis. Newark, N. J. Owner, Mr. A. F. 
Mullin, Mt. Holly Springs, Pa. 

Sire— Brack (A.K.R. 8). 

Dam— Beauty (A.K.R. 581). 

2732. Tweed, black and tan and white dog, 
whelped June 1, 1883. Breeder, Mr. Geo. H. Elder* 
Pikevflle, Md. Owner, Mr. Arthur F. Lee, Owing'* 
Mills, Baltimore co